The Voice by Ray Warren, Andrew Webster | Black Inc.

The Voice: My Story

Awards for The Voice

Shortlisted, General Non-Fiction Book of the Year in the 2015 Australian Book Industry Awards

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About the author

Ray Warren

Ray ‘Rabbits’ Warren is one of the most experienced sports broadcasters in Australia. The son of a railway worker, he began calling racing and rugby league in country NSW in 1966, and worked for several radio stations and Channel Ten before joining …

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Andrew Webster

Andrew Webster is Chief Sports Writer for The Sydney Morning Herald. He has written about sport – particularly rugby league – for more than 17 years at a range of publications. He has covered Kangaroo tours, summer and winter Olympic Games, …

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Praise for The Voice

‘When it comes to rugby league commentary, there is little dispute that Ray Warren is the best in the business … I know you’ll enjoy his story.’ —Alan Jones AO

‘There are enough well-rehearsed yarns about the footy, boozing, betting, “colourful” identities, misadventures and bending rules in the workplace to keep a reader turning pages.’ —Weekend Australian


‘I loved rugby league growing up in Sydney ... and you can’t talk rugby league without talking Ray Warren. They are synonymous.’ —Hugh Jackman

‘It’s not the vision that sells this game. It’s not just the   amazing feats of these mighty players. It’s the way Ray  Warren calls the action. The sense of theatre  he brings to the call. Ray makes the game better. He brings it to life in lounge rooms all over the country. Ray Warren is the voice of rugby league.’ —Phil Gould