Wil Anderson to return to radio on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast

Comedian Wil Anderson is set to return to radio as a host on Triple M’s Hot Breakfast, joining Eddie McGuire and Luke Darcy.

Anderson will be replacing Mick Molloy who departed the breakfast show in June to succeed Merrick Watts on Triple M drive with Jane Kennedy.

Triple M’s Hot Breakfast hosts

In 2001 Anderson co-hosted the Triple J breakfast radio show alongside Adam Spencer, departing the radio station in 2004.

The executive producer and host of Gruen, is joining the third most popular breakfast show in Melbourne – according to Melbourne Radio Survey 5 – which has a 7.6% audience share.

Anderson said he is a huge fan of the show and ‘Hot Breakfast’ has been his “lifeline to Melbourne”.

“It’s a show that gives you the news, and makes the news, all with a laugh. So many times I have thought I would love to be part of that conversation, and now I’m rapt that I get to, waking up with my favourite city in the world,” Anderson said in a statement.

Co-host of the breakfast show, Eddie McGuire, said he is “delighted” to see Anderson join the team.

“With Wil in the morning, and Mick Molloy in the afternoons, Triple M is in the enviable position of having two of the most unique and successful comedians in Australian showbiz history,” McGuire said.

Mike Fitzpatrick, head of content at Triple M, added: “Wil is one of the funniest and most respected comedians in the country. He is loved in Melbourne, selling out his comedy festival shows every year.”


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