Victoria’s waking up to Chrisso and Mick, for high-powered sports-talk, weekday mornings 5:30 til 8:30.
Michael Christian and Mick McGuane, AFL Premiership heroes, talk with the day’s sport and racing newsmakers, and get your opinion. Michael’s now a throughbred breeder and owner. Mick McGuane is Senior Coach for Keilor Football Club. They know about competing at the top level.
PAUL CHAPMAN – 7:30 to 8:30am Mondays. Sharp 280-game player for Geelong and Essendon, with three premierships to his name.
BRAD JOHNSON – Also 7:30 to 8:30am Mondays. Six times All-Australian, racking up 364 games for the Western Bulldogs, with four years in the Captain’s role. Now co-hosting Fox Footy.
MARK STEVENS – 7 to 7:30am Mondays and Fridays. Chief AFL Reporter for Channel 7, after 14 years at the Herald-Sun. Newsbreaker with all the right contacts and a knack for asking the hard questions
TRAVIS CLOKE – 7 to 7:30am every second Wednesday. The current Collingwood spearhead, 2010 Premiership player, four times leading goalkicker, with 233 games under his belt so far.
MARC MURPHY – 7 to 7:30am every second Thursday. Carlton Captain, the elite midfielder with over 200 games to his name.
BRETT DELEDIO – 7 to 7:30am every second Thursday. Talented across the ground. Starting the season with 231 games. The Tigers’ joint Vice-Captain.
DREW PETRIE – 7 to 7:30am every second Tuesday. The big-marking forward for the Kangaroos about to celebrate 300 games.
BRIAN LAKE – 7:30 to 8:30am Fridays. The triple flag-winning backman, just retired after playing 251 games for the Bulldogs and the Hawks.
TOM ROCKLIFF – 8am every second Wednesday. 2014 All-Australian, now starting his 2nd year as Brisbane Captain.
TED RICHARDS – 8am every second Wednesday. Ted’s one of the game’s hardest back-men, starting his career with the Bombers, then winning a Premiership with Sydney.
NATHAN JONES – 7 to 7:30am every second Wednesday. Melbourne Captain, triple Best And Fairest. The player every fan wishes they had in their side.
SCOTT GULLAN – 6:45am Mondays and Thursdays. 7:30am Wednesdays. Herald-Sun sports journalist. Respected for football coverage, and heading to Rio for the 2016 Olympics.
KEN HINKLEY – 8am Thursdays – Coach of Port Adelaide, 2013’s Coach Of The Year. 132 games as a player for Geelong and Fitzroy.
David Zaharakis – 7 to 7:30am every second Thursday. In round 5, 2009 against Collingwood, he kicked the match winning goal during the final seconds of the Anzac Day match to help the bombers win by five points
Adam White – Rising to become the respected sport opinion-maker. Class footy-caller for ABC radio. Co-host of RSN Breakfast when Chrisso or Mick are away. Sportbetting analyst. @
Ron Flatter – Our global sports reporter, and a National Anchor for Fox News Radio in the US. Loves his NFL, NBA, MLB, and world racing. Ardent Carlton fan, hoping for their recovery. @
Deane Lester – The turf’s number one form analyst, revered for his opinion and selections. @
Ken Piesse – Our cricket champ, reporting on the game for over 3 decades, from Shield clashes to Test matches. Author of over 40 cricket books.
Craig Gabriel – Still tennis-mad, now in his 33rd year following the international circuit. Media director for several world-ranked tournaments. Media adviser to many of the stars. @
Bryce McGain – Capped Australian cricketer, the game’s best-known mature-age rookie, spin bowler, playing one Test for the green and gold, as well as Australia A, Essex and Victoria. One of the show’s co-hosts when Chrisso or Mick take a break. @
Ben Everill – Touring golf reporter for Australian Associated Press, sought after by The Golf Channel and Fox Sports, chasing the Aussies on the world stage. @
Nick Quinn – TAB market analyst, watching the price moves ahead of the big events, whether it’s racing, US sport, EPL, or a local encounter. @
Russell Milton – Our English Premier League reporter. Former pro-player, tracking a career back through Arsenal, Cheltenham Town, and Hong Kong’s First Division. @