Triple M Melbourne's Hot Breakfast Team
Eddie McGuire started at Triple M back in the late '80s as a sports presenter on the D-Generation show, he then took on various roles at the station for the next ten years including the famous Grill Team and was one of the first callers on Triple M footy.
There's also been a fair bit of TV work, including The Footy Show, Millionaire, The Logies and The Hot Seat. Ed is a father of two boys and loves going to footy to barrack for his favourite team, Collingwood.
In the early 90s, Molloy was a member of Triple M’s famed D-Generation Breakfast Show, ‘Bulltwang’ with Tony Martin and the ABC’s TV cult classic ‘The Late Show’.
Following the success of these ventures, Molloy once again teamed up with Martin for the very successful Austereo radio show ‘Martin/Molloy’ between 1995 and 1998 which produced three ARIA award-winning compilation albums.
Molloy returned to Triple M in 2004 as the host of ‘Tough Love With Mick Molloy’ for three years.
And after filling in seamlessly for Luke Darcy on The Hot Breakfast during October while he was at the Commonwealth Games, we are proud to welcome Mick back where he belongs!
Luke Darcy played 226 games for the Western Bulldogs and in those games kicked 183 goals, for more than ten years he was the premier ruck/forward for the Red, White and Blue. He is married to Rebecca and has three young children.
More recently Luke has been a sports presenter for the Ten Network and appeared on the new digital One channel as a co-host of the program, 'One Week At A Time'.