Listen: Sydney’s Dead Set Legends return to Triple M
Gus Worland returned to Triple M Sydney over the weekend, at the helm of the new Dead Set Legends show featuring Wendell Sailor and Jude Bolton.
The show was axed in 2016 after 19 years, with Ray Warren, Dan Ginane and Richard Freedman the previous hosts.
“Dead Set Legends is back… God knows why they took it off all those years ago,” said Worland in the first break.
Worland returned to the air for the first time after departing the Moonman In The Morning Breakfast show at the end of 2019, following 10 years in the slot.
“Breakfast radio has played such a massive role in not only my life but also my family’s. I’ve met some lifelong friends and I wouldn’t change one thing,” Worland told Radio Today after departing Breakfast last year.
“To wake up Sydney each morning, have a few laughs, and report the stories that matter, has been a true pleasure. It’s now time for me to step down from my radio commitments to spend more time on my mental health foundation Gotcha 4 Life.”
After getting into things, it didn’t take long for the banter between the three hosts to kick in.
Gus also dropped his first ‘FOOOIES’ of the year.
Didn't take long for the banter to fly around …. oh and the first FOOOOOIES of 2020 from Gussy! pic.twitter.com/LpwacvTQjX
— Dead Set Legends (@DeadSetLegends) January 31, 2020