This year’s dual winner of the Australian Mental Health Prize believes mental illness can be cured. Groundbreaking psychiatrist Professor Gavin Andrews has dedicated 60 years to his profession. He’s responsible for establishing the National Survey of Mental Health and his work has revolutionised how mental illness is treated. Professor Andrews tells Ray Hadley he believes […]
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.
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Proceeds from the album go to Professor Dominic Rowe’s research into Motor Neurone Disease
A listener has contacted Ray Hadley with the shocking details of an incident that took place on a Qantas flight on Friday. A man in his 60s was removed by staff after hurling abuse at a six-year-old girl with Down Syndrome on a flight from Sydney to Port Macquarie. The listener says an issue arose over […]
Ray Hadley has issued a heartfelt thank you to former prime minister Julia Gillard. Ms Gillard was a distinguished guest in parliament as Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered a national apology to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. “Today Australia confronts a trauma, an abomination.” Prime Minister Scott Morrison has started the national apology to […]
Image: Hunter New England Health A man attacked by a shark in Port Stephens on Saturday has been released from hospital, with almost 20 stitches in his arm. Paul Kenny went for a swim at 7am on Saturday off Samurai Beach at Port Stephens. He was about 50 metres out when he unknowingly headbutted the shark […]
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Congratulations to Ray on becoming a pop. He welcomed his beautiful and healthy granddaughter Ava Marie Clark into the world on March 13. “I had a life-changing experience on Tuesday this week. “She arrived at 4.20, shortly after that I fell in love with the most beautiful and wonderful little baby I’ve ever seen. “I know […]
A GEO guard sent this photo to Ray of another guard’s car that was torched after they stood up for a woman who was allegedly assaulted by her Area Manager at Parklea Correctional Centre
Listener Adrian sent Ray this photo of a ute with advertising for Greens’ candidate for Scenic Rim parked in a disabled parking spot
Ray was sent this photo of a Zinfra truck stuck on one of the hairpin bends in the Galston Gorge this morning
Australian farrier Matt Schumacher sent Ray this adorable photo of his week-old adopted Japanese son
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The Robertson Brothers are back. This time they’re taking aim at embattled Labor MP Emma Husar. Their cover of OMC’s How Bizarre ticks every box.
The Robertson Brothers have delivered again. This time they’re taking aim at former One Nation senator Brian Burston after he announced he’s joining Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party. The cover of Fleetwood Mac’s Little Lies is spot on.
The Roberston Brothers just keep on delivering. Here is their ode to the disastrous Return and Earn scheme.
The Roberston Brothers have delivered again. Here is their song, ‘I Remember You, Malcolm’ in honour of the Prime Minister’s 30th consecutive Newspoll loss.
The Robertson Brothers have delivered again. They’ve written a song about Barnaby Joyce, inspired by Jerry Springer. And it’s a cracker.
Ray Hadley has been a long-time ambassador for the fight against Motor Neurone Disease, being led by Professor Dominic Rowe. Every year, he gets together with Sony to release a CD raising funds towards finding a treatment or even a cure for the insidious disease. Today, he and Sony Chairman Denis Handlin handed over the […]
Last Friday evening, Senior Constables Jonathan Wright and Matthew Foley were setting up an RBT site when they were hit by a car. Both were seriously injured and remain in hospital in serious but stable conditions. Senior Constable Wright had to undergo major surgery, resulting in a partial leg amputation. NSW Police Legacy, along with […]
Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets is appealing for gift card donations to help support young people and families doing it tough at Christmas time. What they need: Gift cards from Sanity, Rebel, Big W, Coles Myer, Woolworths, iTunes, Target, Kmart, JB HiFi, Hoyts or other movie vouchers. Where to send gift cards: Father […]
Ray spoke to Richard, who’s riding his bike from Melbourne to Wollongong to raise money for nine-year-old Chloe, who suffers from brain disease. To donate, visit SavingChloeSaxby.com More information: A nine-year-old girl suffering a rare brain disease will be the inspiration for 22 cyclists when they travel more than 1000 kilometres from Melbourne […]
The Queensland Police Union has established a remembrance fund for those wishing to make a donation for the benefit of Senior Constable Brett Forte’s family. Donations to the fund can be made at any QBANK or Westpac branch or through direct debit using the following details: QBANK Brett Forte Remembrance Fund BSB: 704 052 Account number: […]
On January 18 1977, 84 people were killed when a bridge collapsed on top of a train at Granville in what remains Australia’s worst ever rail disaster. 41 years on Channel 7 News Director Jason Morrison sent Mark Levy a copy of a 2UE radio report from the scene of the accident. Journalist Paul […]