Triple M Rush Hour gets the shuffle
Since the departure of Mick Malloy, the drive home has had a few changes across the country in preparation for 2022, with all new Rush Hour drive shows being introduced.
In Sydney and the rest of NSW, Triple M’s Deadset Legends will become The Rush Hour with Gus, Jude and Wendall, bringing the boys into the drive spotlight from their Saturday morning slot.
In Melbourne and all across Victoria and Hobart, The Rush Hour with JB and Billy will be moved from its early evening spot into the prime-time drive home hours of 4pm-6pm. Hosted by James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless, the boys will celebrate their 12th year on air in April 2022.
In Adelaide and Mt Gambier, The Rush Hour with Bernie, Blewey and Jars will also be moved into the earlier timeslot of 4pm-6pm to take over the drive home with sporting crew Andrew Jarman, Greg Blewett and Bernie Vince.
Over in Perth, Andrew Embley and Michelle Anderson will link up for The Rush Hour with Embers & Michelle on Triple M Perth.
This marks the return of Anderson to Triple M after leaving Brisbane’s Grill Team in 2015.
The show will be live in Perth and broadcast on delay in regional WA.
Mick Malloy announced his departure on air this month after 11 years at Triple M.