Ross Stevenson and John Burns are the kings of breakfast radio, notching up more than 100 consecutive rating periods as Melbourne’s #1. Their razor sharp wit and oddball humour entertains and informs Melburnians as they wake up and start each weekday. The iconic Rumour File from 7am gives listeners the chance to anonymously spill the beans and break […]
Neil Mitchell‘s 3AW Morning program has dominated the airwaves and set Melbourne’s news agenda for over twenty years. He is a member of the Melbourne Press Club’s Hall of Fame and one of the country’s leading journalists, having worked as a reporter and executive at The Age, an editor of The Herald, and at all […]
Denis Walter is one of Victoria’s most iconic voices, in more ways than one. He has hosted 3AW Afternoons since 2008, keeping Melburnians up-to-date during the working week while interviewing local stars and some of the biggest international names around. Before that, Denis presented news and weather on WIN and Channel Nine for several years. […]
3AW Drive with Tom Elliott, keeping you informed and entertained on your way home 3-6pm, weekdays. Got something Tom should know? Email drive@3AW.com.au today.
In the sporting capital of the world, Gerard Healy and Dwayne Russell break down the daily sports news every Monday to Thursday from 6-7PM.
Ross Greenwood has covered finance and business matters in Australia and around the world for almost 30 years. He is the Nine Network’s business and finance editor, and was co-host of its former flagship current affairs program Sunday. His reporting assignments for Nine have taken him to Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Proudly supported by Tobin Brothers, Mindful is a program about mental health and general well-being, with a positive outlook and answers to help feel and live better. Hosted by Justin Smith, with Major Brendan Nottle and Jacqui Louder, Mindful will run from from December 7 to March 15. Major Brendan Nottle leads Salvation Army Melbourne Project 614, which […]
Nights with Steve Price reviews the day’s news and current affairs and follows the breaking news of the night. Every night the program features one of the country’s most popular columnists, Rita Panahi, discussing the news and politics of the day.
Join Dee Dee Dunleavy each Friday night to find out what's hot and what's not.
When the night is dark and much of the city sleeps, one man is Talking Melbourne. Australia Overnight with Tony Moclair provides news, laughs and companionship from midnight to 5.30am each weekday.