Where did Higgo go? Craig Bruce finds out in Game Changers: Radio

It’s been more than four years since Dave ‘Higgo’ Higgins left Triple M Melbourne. 

At the time Higgo confirmed the sudden departure on his twitter page, and began a new facebook page, with the message that he hopes the page “will become a hub for all the things I do in the next chapter.” 
How does that new chapter read today? You can find out on the latest episode of Game Changers: Radio.

Higgo presented the Afternoon shift, anchored Triple M’s Rush Hour, hosted Triple M’s national program “90’s & new rock at night” and another heavy metal show on Triple M. See our coverage of Higgo’s career over the years here.



Love radio? Want to make it in the radio industry? Game Changers: Radio gives you access to intimate conversations with those who have known success and failure in their radio careers.

We’ve spoken to the best of the best in Australia: Lee SimonKyle SandilandsAndrew DentonHamish BlakeAndy LeeEddie McGuireFifi BoxTony MartinMick Molloy and Amanda Keller, to name a few. We’ve also spoken to the best in the United Kingdom, including Christian O’Connell and Ken Bruce, as well as stars in new New Zealand like Vaughan Smith and in the United States, like Broadway Bill Lee.

And when you listen, tell our Host Craig Bruce (@cb_bruce) and Executive Producer Jay Mueller (@bad_producer) what you think.

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