Terry's experience in the media dates back to 1982, when he joined Network Ten. He's hosted and called many sporting events. He has a passion for rugby league and racing and a solid overall sporting knowledge which is vital in his role as co-host with Michael Slater on The Big Sports Breakfast.'TK' also hosts Punters Post Mortem every Monday from 9am-10am on Sky Sports Radio.
'Slats' played 74 tests and 42 one day internationals for Australia in an 11-year cricket career. Swapping the willow for the microphone, he has been a part of many international cricket broadcasts and he co-hosts the Big Sports Breakfast with with Terry Kennedy each weekday from 5:30am.
Famed former Australia and NSW cricketer, Stuart Clark, joined the Sports Sunday team in 2011. He has a well-rounded sports knowledge and an articulate presentation. Recreationally, he harbours a deep passion for his Cronulla Sharks. Stuart has been a member of the Sky Sports Radio team since 2007 and is a co-host of the Big Sports Breakfast Summer Edition.
Starting out in country radio and moving to the Nine Network, Andrew maintains a hectic schedule on Sky Sports Radio and Sky Racing. In addition to his uncanny ability to break the latest racing news stories on radio and TV, he also hosts the informative Racing HQ program, Tuesday to Friday 9am-10am and Racing HQ Saturday from 6:30am on Sky Sports Radio.
Since having joined the Sky Sports Radio stable, Jimmy's versatility has been a valuable asset. Graduating to the media after an 11-year professional rugby league career, he has successfully transferred his on-field vitality to television and radio. His regular role is co-host of Sports Sunday and during the summer months Jimmy, co-hosts the Big Sports Breakfast Summer Edition with Stuart Clark.
A former jockey, he effortlessly changed gait to be panellist on Sky Racing's Racing Retro and earned an enviable reputation as a top thoroughbred authority on Sky Sports Radio. From plying the whip to trying the tip, his talent for selecting a winner is evident as the late mailman from metropolitan tracks and as co-host with Andrew Bensley of the Racing HQ Saturday preview program. Ron also joins the panel of Punters Post Mortem hosted by Terry Kennedy each Monday morning from 9am.
A consummate radio professional, Tanya boasts more than 20 years of experience in the radio industry. She now is a vital part of the Sports Sunday production team and, utilising her previous experience in radio news rooms, she presents several bulletins with all of the latest sporting news during the three-hour programme.
Andy is known at Sky Sports Radio as 'Mr Soccer'. If something's happening in the world game then Andy is the first person to reveal it to the Big Sports Breakfast listeners. He has previously worked with the likes of SBS TV and Fox Sports. One of Australia's leading football broadcasters, Andy has presented and reported major football events including the 1990 & 1994 World Cup finals and the 1996 & 2000 European Championships. Andy can be heard daily at 7.20am on the Big Sports Breakfast.
A passionate Queenslander, Rod is one of Australia's most experienced racing journalists. He can be heard daily at 6.30am on the Big Sports Breakfast and is Sky Sports Radio's Program Manager.
From glamour jockey to rascally raconteur – it has been an easy transition for the man who calls himself ‘Miracle'. He provides insightful slant on racing during the Winners Circle racing segment of Sports Sunday from 7am and lends his talents to television for Off the Rails on Sky Racing World each Tuesday. As a jockey he won three premierships, one as an apprentice and is best known for his association with one of the all-time greats, Kingston Town.
Alice has been a part of the racing and radio industry for over ten years. An ardent rugby league and racing enthusiast, she is part of the Sports Sunday team and produces special programs for Sky Sports Radio.
Andrew Webster, a senior sports writer at The Daily Telegraph, has been writing about international and Australia sports in a variety of publications for more than 15 years. His bright, breezy and informative writing style has been adroitly adapted to his appearances on radio and TV. Andrew will be co-hosting the Big Sports Breakfast with Terry Kennedy on Friday mornings during the rugby league season.
Glenn started with TAB.com.au back in 1999 and has been around the racetrack since birth. Glen is now the face of TAB.com.au, informing customers with all the latest sports and racing updates. Glen is also co-host of The Punting Club, on Sky Racing.
Shawn Cosgrove has relished a radio and television career of more than 30 years. He started at Radio 3UZ in Melbourne during the mid 70s coordinating races on air when his station confreres were Don Lane, Bert Newton, Bert Bryant and Ugly Dave Gray. Later he transferred to music radio at 3KZ, GOLD FM and Easy Listening 3MP. For good measure, for many years, he was the “Come on Down” voice-over man on the TV show, The Price is Right. However, throughout his long media career, Shawn’s love of racing was undiminished and he is revelling in a return to all codes of racing on Sky Sports Radio. Shawn hosts Racing HQ every Tuesday and is part of the National Racing Service team.
An avid racing and sports enthusiast with a particular penchant for picking winners, Ashleigh joined the Sky Sports Radio team in 2010. A Sports media graduate, she has more than 10 years innvolvement in the radio and television industry. In addition to being the producer of Punters Post Mortem her dulcet tones may be heard reading the scratchings for race meetings during the weekly racing review programme.
Racing editor of the Daily and Sunday Telegraph he is one of the most respected racing journalists in Australia. Ray is a regular on the Winners Circle on Sports Sunday. His insightful news and views add considerable authority to Sky Sports Radio's racing programs. Ray also appears periodically on Sky Racing's Inside Running.
Melbourne-born, Paul developed a keen interest in racing and radio from a young age. After having met Ron Hawkswell he was encouraged to pursue race calling and then he gained part time radio work with 3UZ (now Radio Sport National) and at the ABC assisting Greg Miles. Ultimately he gained full-time employment with Triple S FM in Canberra then 2KY (now Sky Sports Radio )in Sydney. Paul considers he is fortunate to be doing a job that he enjoys in presenting racing to our SSR audience. Apart from studio work, Paul recently celebrated 30 years of calling the picnic meetings at Dederang in north-east Victoria.
Born in Perth, Simon moved to Sydney in 1987. As a youngster he harboured a desire to become a news reader but later an enthusiasm for racing emerged. On finishing High School he spent five-nights a week in the 2KY Parramatta studios learning the craft of race coordinating and ABC broadcaster Mike Broadhurst helped develop and refine his vocal skills. Simon now is the afternoon presenter of the national racing service on Sky Sports Radio. In his own words, ''bringing the races to the people'' is his daily passion.
Peter joined Sky Sports Radio in 1999 and soon after became the panel operator for the Big Sports Breakfast. Co-host at the time, Greg Radley, imposed on him the alliteration-laden pseudonym “Peter the perfect panel-puncher from Putney” which has stuck even after his 2006 promotion to producer of the breakfast program. Working with executive producer, Mario Kolotas, he has won a reputation of tenaciously tracking down sporting interviews from around the world even if his pursuits were hiding behind Do Not Disturb signs on hotel room doors. In the rugby league arena he is a devoted Tigers supporter.
As panel operator and self confessed “Jersey King”, Jono has the unenviable and, sometimes, unpredictable task of guiding TK and Slats on a three-and-a-half hour live radio programme. His commercial radio career started at Austereo in 1998 and in 2000 he moved to Sky Sports Radio and after stints in other commercial radio networks, he returned in 2006 as panel operator for BSB. Jono is also a talented voice over artist who can be heard regularly on Sky Sports Radio and other commercial campaigns.
In 2000, Mario joined the Big Sports Breakfast team and in 2005 he became the Executive Producer. Mario shoulders the responsibility for the daily preparation of the Big Sports Breakfast which he transforms into an entertaining and informative tapestry that hits the airwaves. As personal Barista to the boys he keeps the flat whites, cappuccinos and Lattes flowing throughout the program. Prior to his radio career Mario had aspirations to be an actor, sadly these dreams were misguided as his career peaked when he was the guy zipping up dead bodies in the TV series Water Rats . In 2000 he was one of the extras seen dying in a plane crash in Mission Impossible 2, this on screen death also marked the end of his acting career. Mario now spends his spare time on the committee of charity Save our Sons a cause close to his heart.
Weekend radio has entered another dimension from 7am-10am (AEST) every Sunday. Jimmy Smith and Stuart Clark co-host the revitalized three-hours that now includes a dedicated racing segment called the Winners Circle, featuring Daily Telegraph racing editor, Ray Thomas with likeable, loquacious larrikin and former jockey, Malcolm Johnston.
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