List of Triple J presenters

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Triple J is an Australian government-funded national radio station that has been broadcasting since 1975. The following is a list of Triple J radio presenters.

Current presenters[edit]

Name Current role Past roles
Ben Harvey Breakfast (2017–)[1]
Liam Stapleton Breakfast (2017–)[1]
Zan Rowe Mornings with Zan (2007–)[2] Weekend Lunch (2005–2006)[3]
Mid-Dawns (2003-2004)
Lewis Hobba Drive (2015–)[1] Weekend Afternoons
Weekend Breakfast
Veronica Milsom Drive (2015–)[1] Weekend Afternoons
Weekend Breakfast
Gen Fricker Lunch (2017–) [4] Weekend Afternoons (2016–)
Mid-Dawns (2015)
Linda Marigliano Good Nights (2012–) Lunch (2007) Drive (2008)
Dom Alessio Home & Hosed (2009–)
Stacy Gougoulis Weekend Breakfast (2016–) Weekend Afternoons (2015)
Gemma Pike Weekend Lunch (2015–)[5] Mid-Dawns (2011–2014)
Dylan Alcott Weekend Arvos (2017–)[1]
Richard Kingsmill 2016
Kristy Lee Peters (KLP) House Party (2015–)
The Aston Shuffle Friday Night Shuffle
Nkechi Anele Roots N All (2016-) [4]
Lochlan Watt The Racket
Josh Merriel Short Fast Loud
Hau Latukefu The Hip Hop Show

Past presenters (1994 onwards)[edit]

Final year Name Past roles
2016 Alex Dyson Breakfast (2010–2016) [6]
Weekend Breakfast (2008–2009)
Mid-Dawn (2007–2008)
2016 Matt Okine Breakfast (2014–2016) [6] [7]
2016 Lewis McKirdy Lunch [6]
2016 Kyran Wheatley Weekend Afternoons (2016–) [6]
Weekend Breakfast (2014–2015)
2016 Sarah Howells Roots N All [6]
Weekend Lunch
2015 Nina Las Vegas House Party[8]
2015 Bob Maguire Sunday Night Safran (2005–2015)[9][3]
2015 John Safran Sunday Night Safran (2005–2015)[9][3]
2014 Fenella Kernebone Sound Lab (2003–)[9][3][2][10] Creatures/Artery (2000–2003)[10]
Saturday Afternoons (2004–2005?)
2014 Lindsay McDougall Drive (2010–2014)
Breakfast (2005–2009)[9][3][2]
Various Sat/Sun Afternoons (2004)
Drive (Sept–Oct 2004)
2013 Tom Ballard Breakfast (2010–2013)
Weekend Breakfast (2008–2009)
Mid-Dawn (2007–2008)
 ? Paul Verhoeven Weekend Breakfast (2010)
Mid-Dawn
Breakfast
Weekend Afternoons
2011 The Cloud Girls Weekday Evenings (2010)
Mid-Dawn (2007–2011)
2011 Rosie Beaton Net 50 (1999–2000), Super Request (2001–2011)
2011 Andrew Haug 3 Hours of Power/Full Metal Racket (2001–2011)[9][3][2][10]
2011 Vijay Khurana Lunch (2008–2011)
Weekend Lunch (2007)
Mid Dawn (2005–2007)
2010 Steph Hughes Home and Hosed (2009-2010) [11][12][13]
2010 Gaby Brown Saturday Arvos (2006–2010)[3][2]
Weekend Lunch (2000)
Weekend Breakfast (2001–2002)
Net 50 (2003–2005)[10]
The Chat Room (2003–2004)
2009 Marieke Hardy Breakfast (2008–2009)
2009 Robbie Buck Breakfast (2008–2009)
Drive/Top Shelf Radio (2006–2007)[3][2]
Weekend Lunch (−1998-1999)
Lunch (2000)
Weekend Lunch (2001–2002)
Home and Hosed (2003–2005)[10]
2009 Scott Dooley Drive (2008–2009)
Weekend Breakfast (2006–2007)[3][2]
2007 Myf Warhurst Net 50 (2001–2002)
Lunch (2003–2006)[9][3][10]
Breakfast (2007)[2]
2007 Jason Whalley Various Sat/Sun afternoons (2004)
Drive (Sept–Oct 2004)
Breakfast (2005–2007)[9][3][2]
2007 Mel Bampton Drive (2003)[10]
Mel in the Morning (2004–2007)[9]
2006 Steve Cannane Morning Show (2003)[10]
Hack (2004–2006)[9]
2006 Costa Zouliou Three Hours of Power (1998–2000)
Drive (2000)
Weekend Lunch (2002–2006)[9][10]
2006 Sharif Galal Mix-Up (1995–2005)
Groove Train (1995–2006)[10]
2006 Ash Grunwald Roots N All (2005–2006)
2005 Jordie Kilby Roots N All (2003–2005)
2005 Chris Taylor Today Today (2004–2005)
2005 Craig Reucassel Today Today (2004–2005)
2004 Wil Anderson Breakfast (2001–2004)[10]
2004 Adam Spencer Drive (−1998)
Breakfast (1999–2004)[10]
2003 Nicole Fossati Drive (2002)
The Club (2003)[10]
2003 Charlie Pickering Drive (2002–2003)[10]
2003 Jim Trail Weekend Breakfast (−1998-2000)
Sports reporting (2000–2003)
2002 Francis Leach 3 Hours Of Power (1990–1994)
Creatures (−1999)
The Morning Show (2000–2002)
2001 Justin Wilcomes from 1995
Net50 (1998–2001)
2001 Jaslyn Hall World Music Show (−2001)
2000 Merrick Watts
Tim Ross
(Merrick and Rosso)
Drive (1999–2000)
1999 Sarah MacDonald The Morning Show (1998–1999)
1999 Michael Tunn Request Fest (−1997)
Lunch (1998–1999)
1998 Jen Apostolou Net50 (−1998)
1998 Jane Gazzo Weekends (1996–97)
Super Request (−1998)
1998 Jen Oldershaw Afternoons (1991–1993)
Morning Show (1996–1997)
Breakfast (1998)
1998 Helen Razer 3 Hours Of Power (1990–1991)
Breakfast (1992–1996)
Drive (1997–1998)
1998 Mikey Robins Breakfast (1991–1998)
1998 The Sandman aka Steve Abbott Breakfast (1998)
1997 Judith Lucy Drive (1997)
1997 Paul McDermott Breakfast (1997)
1996 Catriona Rowntree Request Fest (1994)
Groove Train (−1996?)
1996 Angela Catterns The Morning Show (1990–1996)
1995 Ian Rogerson Drive (1990–1995)
1995 Debbie Spillane Drive (1990–1995)
1994 Paul Murray Request Fest (1994)
1991 Deb Nesbitt Friday Drive (1992– 1995), Morning program (1994), Darwin local presenter (1992–1993)

Stu Harvey

Presenters (before 1994)[edit]

References[edit]