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Nova 100’s Chrissie, Sam and Browny sum up the year with a diary entry

As part of Chrissie, Sam & Browny‘s special Christmas outside broadcast at Federation Square for their last show for 2017, Sam shared his final diary entry for the year.

In arguably one of the best yearly wrap-ups a breakfast show could possibly ask for, Sam Pang went on to dedicate one day of the week to each of his co-hosts, as well as the show’s anchor Dean ‘Deano’ Thomas and program director Rohan Brown.

Monday’s ode to anchor Dean ‘Deano’ Thomas saw mention of his interviewing efforts, particularly when it came to his awkward one question interview with Nicole Kidman and Rita Ora falling for his charm. But the most entertaining highlight had to be Deano’s honesty when it came to the studio equipment – the blessing and the curse of being a breakfast show anchor.

Jonathan ‘Browny’ Brown‘s homage on Tuesday featured his support of one llama-centric caller in particular, as well as his unforgettable impression of Sam Pang.

The Wednesday tribute to PD Rohan Brown was a tongue-in-cheek reference to not being able to find fault with one of the nicest guys in the business. Pang joked that the “rollercoaster of a year begun the year addicted to opium”, before Brown was imagined to be sitting in a Game of Thrones style seat in his office while updating his CV.

Lastly, the Thursday tribute to “national treasure” Chrissie Swan saw the replay of  the co-host singing with Jess Mauboy and displaying her wit on Network Ten show ‘Have You Been Paying Attention?’, as well as the heartened plea from footballer Cameron Smith to come to a Melbourne Storm game that wasn’t even enough to conjure up interest from Swan.

The Nova 100 trio will return in 2018 looking to continue building on their success from this year.

You can hear the end of year recap in full below.


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