It's easy to say nice things about people after they die. But everybody had something good to say about Richard Marsland while he was still alive. His colleagues — and his competitors — invariably described him as "the nicest guy in radio". He was enormously generous, they said. One of the most decent blokes you'll ever meet. And it's true. In an industry where off-the-record attacks are rife, no one said anything bad about him to me. Not once. Full item [link=]The Age[/link]