Mick Molloy to helm ANZAC Day special on Triple M

Staff Writer

Triple M’s regional Western Australian operation has revealed its ANZAC Day programming plans, kicking off with a special Mick Molloy program.

Molloy’s ANZAC Day special, produced in association with Soldier On, will also be heard across the entire Triple M network just before 5am.

At 5am, the WA regional stations will cross to the live Albany Dawn Service, one of the largest in WA, and the site of the final departure point for the first ANZAC troops heading off to war on November 1, 1914.

Triple M said those who cannot attend the Albany Dawn Service in person are encouraged to take the phones to the end of their driveway with their neighbours and stream Triple M live via the LiSTNR app.

At 1pm, the stations will broadcast the annual AFL ANZAC Day match between Essendon and Collingwood live from the MCG.

“At Triple M, we are grateful to have full dawn services returning to our WA towns this year,” Triple M North West content director, Dan Cole, said. “One of the most moving is the Albany service, and Triple M is proud to be broadcasting live from the Albany service this year to our network of over 16 stations across WA.”

The plans are state-wide for Triple M WA’s 16 regional stations.

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Ian
22 Apr 2021 - 9:17 am

I hope Mick Molloy does this with respect and dignity and is not using it as an opportunity to push an agenda

If he is in anyway disrespectful to the brave people who fought for our country, I won’t be listening to Triple M again

Bing
23 Apr 2021 - 6:06 am

Ian, perhaps you should have listened to his specials in previous years. It is an outstanding broadcast.

Really?
23 Apr 2021 - 9:51 am

Really Ian?
What “agenda” would he have?

Mick does it every year and it’s excellent. I believe it’s won multiple acras.

Jane
25 Apr 2021 - 9:51 am

There will be more people at the Albury Dawn service than there are listeners to Molloys radio show.

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