Listen to breakfast with Neil Breen – Wednesday June 23.
Neil Breen will be hosting 4BC’s local Breakfast program each weekday.
Breen is a multi-award-winning journalist who has been one of Nine’s most senior sports reporters and presenters for a number of years following a distinguished career in newspapers, during which he was editor of Australia’s largest selling newspaper, The Sunday Telegraph, for seven years and sports editor of The Courier-Mail and The Australian.
Breen joined the Nine Network at the end of 2012 as executive producer of Today and he has since been a leading sports reporter for Nine News Sydney, Sports Sunday, 100% Footy and the Sunday Footy Show.
In 2002, Breen won a Walkley Award for Journalism, and was a finalist again in the 2018 awards. He has won two Kennedy Awards, “Scoop of the Year” in 2012 and the Kennedy Harry Potter Award for Outstanding Television News Reporting in 2018. He has also won an Australian Sports Commission award for excellence in sports journalism and been a finalist several times.
Breen is beyond excited to be returning to his hometown and turning his hand to radio.
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Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews has hit back at Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk for attempting to pass the buck over a son controversially denied quarantine exemption to farewell his dying father. Frans’ son and daughter-in-law have been trapped in a New South Wales quarantine hotel, with Queensland Health knocking back exemption applications four times. Ms Palaszczuk […]
The son of a man who is dying in a Queensland hospital says they are awaiting “action” from authorities after his father issued an emotional video plea to health authorities. Frans is dying in Robina Hospital with pancreatic cancer as his son Mark Kilian and daughter-in law Anneli remain trapped in a New South Wales […]
Numerous crashes on Brisbane roads this morning are creating early morning delays for commuters. 4BC traffic reporter Olympia Kwitowski said four crashes in particular are causing headaches for drivers. Thanks to Craig from West End for sending me this pic of the crash on Coronation Drive Inbound at the Go Between Bridge. Delays are back […]
Each morning, Neil Breen talks to our correspondents in the US and the UK. Listen to Harley Carnes’ US report below. Listen to Adam Gilchrist’s UK report below.
Listen to breakfast with Neil Breen – Tuesday June 22.
Listen to breakfast with Neil Breen – Monday June 21.
Political reporter Lane Calcutt joined Neil Breen to discuss all the politics stories making news this week.
Neil Breen is joined by political reporter Lane Calcutt to discuss Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Chief Health Officer Dr Jeannette Young delaying their vaccinations and the Wellcamp quarantine site stoush.
Neil Breen is joined by political reporter Lane Calcutt to discuss the closure of UQ’s Schonell Theatre, ambulance ramping and Cameron Dick and Scott Emerson’s stoush.
Neil Breen is joined by political reporter Lane Calcutt to discuss domestic violence breaches, The Gabba redevelopment for the Olympics and GPS trackers for young offenders passed through parliament
Neil Breen is joined by entertainment reporter Brooke Boney to discuss the Cruella de Vil origin movie, a Mike Tyson documentary and the Friends reunion.
Entertainment reporter Brooke Boney joined Neil Breen to talk Eurovision, the Friends Reunion, and P!nk’s new documentary.
Brooke Boney thinks Neil Breen may have contributed to Ellen DeGeneres’ popularity plummet. While discussing the end of The Ellen Show, Brooke pointed to Neil Breen’s previous comments on the talk show host. “When you told this story, it went everywhere; everyone around the world was referring to this one instance,” she said. “It all […]
Neil Breen is joined by Brooke Boney to discuss The Spice Girls, ‘Friends’, and Britney Spears’ conservatorship.
Neil Breen talks to today’s Great Queenslander and QPAC Chief Executive John Kotzas.
Neil Breen talks to today’s Great Queenslander Sam Parker.
Neil Breen talks to today’s Great Queenslander Vanessa Fowler, the Allison Baden-Clay Foundation Board of Directors Chair and Co-Chair of the Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Council.