Brisbane Radio Ratings: Hit 105’s drive with Carrie and Tommy, Hughesy and Kate recover

Hit 105’s drive offering with Tommy Little and Carrie Bickmore, followed by Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes and Kate Langbroek has recovered 2.6 points, returning to second place after dropping to third with a 11.6% share last survey.

The Hit drive team reached a 14.2% audience share, overtaking Triple M’s Mick Molloy and Jane Kennedy, who dropped 0.8 points from last survey, to a 12.3% share.


Hit 105’s drive featuring Carrie Bickmore and Tommy Little followed by Dave Hughes and Kate Langbroek has moved back up to second in Brisbane

Maintaining their reign at the top of drive was Nova 106.9’s Kate Ritchie, Tim Blackwell and Marty Sheargold, who continued to climb with an additional 0.2 points to reach a 16.4% audience share.

Nova 106.9 also maintained the top spot in breakfast with Ash Bradnam, Kip Wightman and David ‘Luttsy’ Lutteral, despite a 0.5 point fall from last survey.

Brisbane radio ratings for survey two (Click to enlarge)

Triple M’s Greg Martin, Robin Bailey and Nick Cody maintained their 11.7% share this survey, however, they were edged out of second spot by Hit 105’s Abby Coleman, Stav Davidson and Matty Acton who gained 0.8 points to hit a 12% audience share.

Nick Cody joined the Triple M breakfast team this year, replacing Lawrence Mooney.

The double win for Nova 106.9 helped it maintain the top spot overall, despite losing 0.5 points. Hit 105 moved back into third, gaining 1.6 points overall, making its audience share 11.8%.


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