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Trickett has gone, and so now have Luke Bradnam and Dobbo from Triple M

Thursday 20 September, 2018

The Kennedy Molloy Drive program will be heard on Triple M in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast beginning early next year.
 
The current Rush Hour with Luke Bradnam and Ben Dobbin will finish in December with its hosts told this week that their contract wouldn’t be renewed for the new year.
 

Kennedy Molloy recreate some classics

Friday 14 September, 2018

Mick Molloy and Jane Kennedy have recreated some iconic photos to promote their radio show,Kennedy Molloy weekday afternoons across the Triple M network
 
They have recreated iconic duos including the Fleetwood Mac Rumours cover, John and Yoko, The Shining, Leo and Kate on the Titanic and Tom and Kelly in Top Gun.

FM Radios' battle for Drive supremacy

Wednesday 06 June, 2018

For most successful stations it is the talent on the Breakfast show that commands the largest audience. 

Triple M's Long Lunch in Brisbane

Wednesday 28 February, 2018

Triple M's Long Lunch celebrated the new national drive show Kennedy Molloy in Brisbane on Tuesday, as the pair take on 5 lunches, in 5 states, in 5 days.  

Invited guests and listeners gathered at the Story Bridge Hotel to officially welcome Australian comedians and drive co-hosts Mick Molloy and Jane Kennedy to Brisbane.

A week of long lunches with Kennedy Molloy

Friday 23 February, 2018

5 lunches in 5 states, in 5 days. 

Hamish Blake gives Kennedy Molloy some tips for their new show

Thursday 25 January, 2018
Hamish and Andy may no longer be heard on SCA's Hit Network, but it's hard to keep them away from radio.

Today Hamish Blake was back on air in his old timeslot, Drive, but on SCA's other station Triple M. He joined Jane Kennedy and Mick Molloy to give them a few tips for their new show.

He had some good ideas about new segments for the show, which he was eager to pass on to his comedy colleagues.

Kennedy Molloy's emergency warning 'not a drill'

Thursday 18 January, 2018
Hawaiian residents and international tourists were left in a state of panic after receiving an alert stating there was an incoming ballistic missile heading towards the island.  It was a false alarm.

Picking up on the news, Jane Kennedy and Mick Molloy posted their own social media message:

Kennedy Molloy inbound to Australia.
Broadcast from January 22nd.
Seek immediate shelter.
This is not a drill

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