3AW Breakfast is Melbourne's favourite way to start the day, notching up more than 100 consecutive rating periods as radio's #1.
Neil's sharp ear for Melbourne's mood and his history of fighting for battlers have won him the highest journalistic awards, but every weekday morning it's a team effort. The audience are Neil's roving reporters, calling in with breaking news and tip-offs. Tune in for the news Melbourne is talking about.
Join Dee Dee weekdays from midday to 3pm, for a live, local show that's as Melbourne as a hook turn. Dee Dee tackles the stories everyone is talking about, covers breaking news as it unfolds, and chats crime, entertainment, TV and more.
3AW Drive, keeping you informed and entertained on your way home. Join Tom Elliott as he talks breaking news, politics, money, sport and more from 3-6pm, weekdays. Got something Tom should know? Email drive@3AW.com.au today.
In the sporting capital of the world, Gerard Healy breaks down the daily sports news every Monday to Thursday from 6-7pm.
Denis Walter is one of Victoria's most iconic voices, in more ways than one. Tune in for the Denis you know and love, covering the issues that matter to Melburnians.
When the night is dark and much of the city sleeps, only one man is talking Melbourne. Tony Moclair’s Australia Overnight provides news, laughs and companionship from midnight to 5.30am each weekday.
Luke Grant is on leave until January 29. Mike Williams will be filling in. Join Luke Grant for Australia Overnight on the weekends
Charlie Brown is a leading technology commentator and creator of technology businesses. He’s been an active member of Australia’s technology media since 2000 which has included the production of Australia’s longest running technology TV show ‘CyberShack TV’, host/producer of Australia’s most listened to technology radio show Life and Technology, and appeared regularly on major Nine Network TV shows Today Show, A Current Affair and National Nine News.