Brisbane radio ratings: Triple M’s Greg Martin, Robin Bailey and Nick Cody lose top breakfast spot

Triple M’s breakfast show featuring Greg Martin, Robin Bailey and Nick Cody has lost its number one position after it fell 2.4 points to 11.7% in the first GfK radio ratings of 2019.

The trio was previously completed by Lawrence ‘The Moonman’ Mooney, who departed at end of year to join Triple M Sydney, to be replaced by Cody.

Cody’s first appearance on the show was January 16. The survey period runs from January 20 to March 2.

The Triple M show was beaten to the top spot by Nova’s Ash Bradnam, Kip Wightman and David ‘Luttsy’ Lutteral, which gained 2.9 points to 12.9%.

In drive, Nova 106.9’s Kate Ritchie, Tim Blackwell and Marty Sheargold continue to lead the slot, after a 1.4 point increase from the previous GfK survey.

Triple M’s Mick Molloy and Jane Kennedy continued to perform well in the time slot, increasing 0.6 points to a 13.1% share, putting them in second place.

Hit 105’s drive format featuring Tommy Little followed by Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes and Kate Langbroek was leading drive two surveys ago, but dropped a further 1.2 points to 11.6.

Brisbane radio ratings survey 1 2019 Source: GfK [Click to enlarge]

Triple M came second overall, with 12.4% of total audience, up 0.9 points from the previous survey.


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