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The Ray Hadley Morning Show

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Ray Hadley works tirelessly to bring his listeners an informative and entertaining Morning Show from Monday to Friday. He has rated number one in Sydney since 2004, and is now heard every weekday morning on 4BC in Brisbane and dozens of network stations right across Australia. On Saturdays, during the NRL season, his Continuous Call Team remains unbeaten since 1992, and has continued to dominate the ratings since joining 2GB in 2002.

Ray has won 30 Australian Commercial Radio Awards (ACRAs), recognising everything from his sports presenting skills – including NRL Grand Finals and the Olympics to his ongoing success commenting on news and current affairs to a national audience.

In 2017 he was inducted to the ACRA Hall of Fame. Ray is the most awarded broadcaster in the history of the ACRAs.

The Ray Hadley Morning Show brings you the latest news, sport, traffic and weather, with hard-hitting political interviews and commentary. Ray has a reputation for breaking news, and loves to hear from listeners on the open line and via email.

Visit www.rayhadley.com.au

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Listen to the highlights of the Ray Hadley Morning Show for November 20th

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