The Goldie’s 92.5 Triple M replaces Luke Bradnam Drive show with Marty Sheargold highlights
Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) has revealed its plans to fill the void left by Luke Bradnam on its Triple M station on the Gold Coast.
Bradnam had hosted a local Drive show on the local station, however it was announced late last year that he would not return.
In his place in 2021 will be a highlights package of The Marty Sheargold Show from Triple M Melbourne Breakfast at 3pm. At 4pm, the syndicated Molloy show, helmed solo by Mick Molloy since the departure of Jane Kennedy, will beam into the Gold Coast.
Then at 6pm, The Rush Hour with Dobbo, fronted by Ben ‘Dobbo’ Dobbin, will join the mix.
This brings the afternoon slate for The Goldie’s 92.5 Triple M in line with that of Brisbane, and will see Dobbo’s show rebranded as Rush Hour Queenslander. Dobbin will be joined by Elliott Lovejoy to “deliver a parochial and passionate show”.
The new lineup kicks off next Wednesday, January 27.
92.5 Triple M content director, Corey Kay, said: “We’re pumped to bring a dedicated sports entertainment show to the GC for the commute home. With industry legends Marty Sheargold and Mick Molloy, followed by sports nut and NRL insider, Ben ‘Dobbo’ Dobson, the Gold Coast will be treated the ultimate lineup that delivers our rock, sport and comedy promise.”
Publicity from SCA added that Sheargold is “one of Australia’s best comedians and broadcasters, delivering a show that is set to provide laughs, whip-smart responses and a nonchalant approach”, and touted Molloy as “one of radio’s finest, taking on some of the big issues, delivered in a not-so-serious way”. Molloy “may teeter close to the edge, bur can never be accused of sitting on the fence”, it added.