Linda Marigliano

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Linda Marigliano (born 1984) is an Australian radio announcer and musician, best known for her work on FBi Radio and Triple J and playing bass guitar in indie rock band teenagersintokyo. She currently resides in Sydney and is of Italian and Chinese Malaysian parentage.[1]

Starting on FBi Radio in 2003, she presented the weekday afternoon shift. Moving to Triple J she hosted the midnight-dawn shift on a casual basis during the week until taking a permanent position in 2007.

In 2007, Linda joined Triple J on a full-time basis and started her role as weekday lunch presenter on Triple J (12-3pm).[2]

6 December 2007, was Linda's last show as lunch presenter. As of 7 January 2008, she joined Scott Dooley to present the afternoon drive shift from 3 pm – 5.30 pm weekdays.

5 December 2008, was Linda's last show with Dools as an afternoon drive presenter.

16 January 2012, Linda begins hosting the Triple J Mon-Fri evening shift, "Good Nights", an all-new show replacing Super Request.

8 January 2018, Linda takes over the Triple J Mon-Fri morning shift from 9am-12pm, "Triple J Mornings", replacing Zan Rowe (who moves to Double J).[3]

Linda left Triple J at the end of 2019 to move across to ABC Television, where she had already hosted shows 'What is Music' and 'The Set'.[4]


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  2. ^ Murfett, Andrew. "New dawn for evenings". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 24 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Meet the team: Here's what triple j looks and sounds like in 2018". Triple J (ABC). Retrieved 26 January 2018.
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