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Olivia Wilbury is the new EP for Neil Breen on 4BC

Wednesday 12 May, 2021

Ray Hadley’s Brisbane producer for the past four years Olivia Wilbury has been promoted to Executive Producer of the 4BC Breakfast Show with Neil Breen


Ray Hadley abandons his program this morning

Monday 07 December, 2020
Ray Hadley had to abandon his program on 2GB this morning after suffering a medical episode.
Just before 11.30 Ray told his audience he had spoken to his specialist during the newbreak and, “…I told you last week I had a procedure done last Tuesday and I’ve been struggling ever since.”
“I had a discussion during a newsbreak with my specialist and he wanted me to come back in and see him immediately. I was hoping I could go for the next 35 minutes but I can’t.

Hadley settles out of court with Chris Bowen

Thursday 13 August, 2020

2GB presenter Ray Hadley has settled out of court with his former panel operator Chris Bowen.

Bowen took legal action against Hadley for bullying after going public with his claims on Facebook last year.

Hadley subsequently apologised and has since reportedly changed his behaviour.

Ray Hadley is interviewed on Fear and Greed

Friday 31 July, 2020
This morning on the podcast Fear and Greed, Ray Hadley featured, talking about his feeling toward fame, and the impact it has on his personal life and his family, and how he would feel without it.
In an extended interview, Sean Aylmer spoke to Ray about his career, his advice to people starting out, and the state of sport in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hadley and 2GB are being sued by a Sydney developer

Wednesday 22 July, 2020

Western Sydney developer Jean Nassif is suing 2GB host Ray Hadley for defamation over a series of broadcasts about his residential developments.

Ray Hadley makes a dash for Queensland

Monday 13 July, 2020

Ray Hadley has made a dash to Queensland to broadcast his show from Nine’s new studios on Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise.

Ray Hadley comments breach decency rules

Tuesday 16 June, 2020

An ACMA investigation has found radio station Triple M 105.1 Central West breached decency rules for comments made by Ray Hadley in which he allegedly made threats of physical assault against a social media user.

The ACMA investigated a complaint about a broadcast of The Ray Hadley Morning Show on Triple M 105.1 Central West, which aired in May 2019. During the broadcast, Mr Hadley made the comments about an unnamed individual who had allegedly made a remark about Mr Hadley’s granddaughter.


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