Triple J Confirms 2020 Line-up -
Avani Dias photo credit Cole Bennetts

Avani Dias photo credit Cole Bennetts

Triple J Confirms 2020 Line-up

by Paul Cashmere on November 20, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Triple J has a new line-up for 2020. Lucy Smith will take over morning, Dave Woodhead at lunch and Avani Dais is the new host of Hack.

Dais was a reporter for ABC Darwin and a finalist for Young Journalist of the Year at the 2019 Wakelys.

Avani says, ‘When I was a teenager, I’d write cheesy lines in my diary about how obsessed I was with triple j and wanting to be on the station. I’ve grown up with Hack. It’s guided me through life, taught me what I should know about the world, and in many ways made me the person I am today. So, you can imagine how proud and excited I am to be taking over the only show in Australia which always puts young people at the front and centre of every conversation’.

Lucy Smith is currently filling in on Breakfast. Lucy says, “I’m so unbelievably excited to spend each weekday flexing my music muscle and diving a little deeper into the tunes you’re hearing on triple j, plus the stories from the artists behind them. Mornings is a music lover’s haven, and it’s an honour to follow in the footsteps of two of my broadcast heroes Linda Marigliano and Zan Rowe.”

triple j in 2020:
• Sally & Erica, Breakfast
• Lucy Smith, Mornings
• Dave Woodhead, Lunch
• Veronica & Lewis, Drive
• Avani Dias, Hack
• Bridget Hustwaite, Good Nights
• Declan Byrne, Home & Hosed
• Stacy Gougoulis, Weekend Breakfast
• Karla Ranby, Weekend Lunch
• Bryce Mills, Weekend Arvos
• Nkechi Anele, Roots ‘n All
• Lochlan Watt, The Racket
• Josh Merriel, Short.Fast.Loud
• Hau Latukefu, Hip Hop Show
• The Aston Shuffle, Friday Night Shuffle
• Ebony Boadu, House Party
• Andy Garvey, Mix Up
• Shantan Wantan Ichiban, The Kick On
• Richard Kingsmill, 2020
• Nat Tencic, The Hook Up
• Tim Shiel, Something More

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