Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast will remain on-air over survey break

Staff Writer

Eddie McGuire and Luke Darcy will remain in the Triple M Melbourne hot seat.

Southern Cross Austereo has confirmed that Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast will forgo the year’s first scheduled radio survey break to keep listeners informed about COVID-19.

Over recent weeks, The Hot Breakfast has extended to 10am weekdays and have called on their extensive list of contacts to deliver the facts to Melburnians, and hear from those in charge of major government decisions and organisations.

Guests have included PM Scott Morrison, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and ARIA boss Dan Rosen.

McGuire and Darcy also kept track of local man Tony De Stefano, who was trapped on an Italian cruise ship. Afterwards, they felt compelled to help get him home.

They used their positions in the media to draw government attention to the issue of Aussie’s being stuck abroad. De Stefano was brought to tears when they spoke to him on home soil.

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