SCA unveils its line up of legacy programs and new shows for 2023


Dave Cameron: “We couldn’t be prouder to be ending 2022 on such a high”

SCA is set for a sensational 2023, following a stellar 2022 that featured celebrated radio results and premium talent signings to deliver successful legacy programs and exciting new shows.

Dave Cameron, SCA chief content officer, said: “We couldn’t be prouder to be ending 2022 on such a high.

“Together with our strong results, SCA has secured Australia’s biggest and best entertainers on long-term agreements, making our brands the ultimate destination for premium audio entertainment,” he added.

In 2023 Carrie & Tommy will continue the drive home each weekday from 3-6pm at the HIT NetworkCarrie Bickmore and Tommy Little, who joined forces back in 2017, recently announced they have signed on for another four years of fun, banter and hilarity.  

Carrie & Tommy

Carrie & Tommy

Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes, Ed Kavalee and Erin Molan return for another year on 104.1 2Day FM. Hughesy, Ed & Erin delivers Sydney the laughs from 5.30-9am weekdays on 2Day FM and from 6-7pm across the Hit Network. 

Melbourne’s very own Fifi Box, Brendan Fevola and Nick Cody are back in 2023 on 101.9 The Fox. Fifi, Fev & Nick are the Breakfast show for the city with the perfect amount of unpredictability and a whole lot of laughs from 6-9am weekdays. 

Abbie Chatfield will keep nights sizzling with Hot Nights with Abbie Chatfield continuing into 2023 from 7-9pm weeknights, followed by Jimmy Smith and Nath Roye from The Jimmy & Nath Show for the Late Nights shift from 9-11pm Monday to Thursday and Weekend Breakfast from 7-9am Saturday and Sunday.  

SCA - HIT Network

For their seventh year, Brissy’s #1 show Stav, Abby & Matt will wake up the city with exactly what Brisbane needs to know every morning. Join Stav Davidson, Abby Coleman and Matt Acton for one big breakfast feast of fantastic, full of life and a ready to sort your day show from 6-9am weekdays on Brisbane’s B105. 

Adelaide’s Mark ‘Soda’ Soderstrom joins Rebecca ‘Bec’ Morse to wake up the city in 2023, bringing together two of the city’s most passionate and loved locals. Catch Bec & Soda weekdays from 6-9am on SAFM. 

Perth’s Pete Curulli, Matt Dyktynski and Kymba Cahill return for Breakfast on Mix94.5, covering everything from breaking local news to the biggest sporting stories and chatting to those big and small screen celebrities, making Pete, Matt & Kymba a must listen in Perth from 6-9am weekdays.  

Mike Etheridge and Emma Chow, aka Mike E & Emma, are back on RNB Fridays Radio for Breakfast 7-10am weekdays, available on DAB and the LiSTNR app and will continue the party for Hit Network’s RNB Fridays from 9pm-midnight on Fridays.  

Mike E and Emma

Emma Chow with Mike Etheridge

Over at 104.9 Triple M, the New Year will kick off the year with Mick Molloy who returns to his spiritual home to shake up Sydney breakfast with a brand-new show alongside Mark ‘MG’ Geyer.

Mick & MG in the Morning will bring Triple M listeners a fresh Breakfast offering with the legendary radio antics of Molloy. Newsreader Natarsha Belling will join the show as newsreader and will banter with the best of them to keep the boys on their toes.

Triple M - Mick Molloy

Mick Molloy

Meanwhile, when The Rush Hour with Gus, Jude & Wendell resumes for Drive in 2023. Gus Worland, Jude Bolton and Wendell Sailor will continue to keep NSW entertained with equal doses of sport and banter.

Triple M’s prodigal son, Marty Sheargold, returns for another year on 105.1 Triple M. With his trusty producer sidekicks, The Marty Sheargold Show starts Melbourne’s morning off with plenty of laughs, alongside a 3-4pm syndication on Triple M’s 49 stations across the country and via LiSTNR.

Melbourne is also treated to The Rush Hour with JB & Billy for the drive home. In 2023 James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless return with their unique brand of camaraderie and insider sports knowledge.

For a healthy dose of real music, great jokes, and sports entertainment, delivered with an unmatched laconic style and big-hearted passion for their home state, Brisbane listeners will glue the dial to 104.5 Triple M for Breakfast with Marto & Margaux. Loyal and local, Greg ‘Marto’ Martin and Margaux Parker are the voice of Brisbane.

At the other end of the day, The Rush Hour with Leisel Jones, Liam & Dobbo is also back. Leisel Jones, Ben Dobbin and Liam Flanagan deliver a great mix of entertainment, sport, and a rocking soundtrack to get listeners home right across Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Adelaide favourite’s Mark ‘Roo’ Ricciuto, Chris ‘Ditts’ Dittmar and Laura ‘Loz’ O’Callaghan are never short of a laugh, and they will be back with their #1 104.7 Triple M Breakfast show, Roo, Ditts & Loz, which sounds a lot like listening to mates chatting at the bar.

The team covers everything Adelaide, including the big issues across SA that are affecting their listeners. And they aren’t afraid to make fun of each other and share a lot of jokes along the way. The Rush Hour with Bernie, Blewey & Jars is also back for 2023. Together Bernie Vince, Greg Blewett and Andrew Jarman, deliver an entertaining, sports-driven show for the drive home.

Perth is set to continue waking up each morning with local legend and sporting great, Xavier Ellis, and his offsider, the hilarious Michelle Anderson. Talking everything Perth, from news that matters to local breaking stories, sport and comedy, join Xav & Michelle for Breakfast on Perth’s very own 92.9 Triple M.

The Rush Hour with Embers & Katie Lamb also returns for the drive home with Andrew Embley and Katie Lamb sparking up Perth’s afternoon.

SCA - Triple M - Katie Lamb

Katie Lamb

Triple M will also continue to be the home for everything sport, live streaming and broadcast matches that listeners love, as they combine expert commentary with hilarious banter.

Beginning 2023 with the summer of cricket, the dream team including Mark Taylor, Brian Lara and Mark ‘Howie’ Howard assemble for fans to hear the cricket call wherever they are this summer on Triple M and LiSTNR.

Be assured no footy moments will be missed thanks to Triple M’s multi-year agreement with the Australian Football League (AFL) and National Rugby League (NRL) continuing into 2023. Key AFL and NRL games will be called live by legends and experts of their codes including Brian Taylor, James Brayshaw, Dale Thomas, Ryan Girdler, Gorden Tallis and Wendell Sailor.

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