Max Dudley Back In Town

 

BRISSIE BOY BACK IN TOWN

 


Meet the new Executive Producer of Triple M’s The Big Breakfast with Marto, Robin and Nick Cody -    Max Dudley. Yes, he may look familiar, because he is Brisbane’s prodigal son returned!

 

After starting at Triple M as a Street Teamer (the creche of all great radio talent) while still at University in 2011, Dudley has focused on his career and has worked with some of the best in the business.

 

He moved from Brisbane to Adelaide in 2014 to produce a brand new radio show on the Hit Network starring comedian Amos Gill and Dani Pola. The following year he was tapped on his considerable shoulders to move to Sydney to produce The Grill Team and also the Sunday NRL show. This was a six-day-a-week gig – during the week he worked with Matty Johns, Mark Geyer, Gus Worland, Emma Freedman and Chris Page, and then on Sundays he produced Gorden Tallis, Ryan Girdler, Paul Kent and Anthony Maroon.

 

He returns home as Executive Producer of Brisbane’s number one breakfast radio show and is stoked to be back. “I love this place and it’s amazing to see the number of new bars and restaurants that have opened up in Brisbane over the past five years. They have really given Brisbane an edge. Although I’ll always maintain my fondness for the QA Hotel in New Farm!”

 

Now living at Birkdale (he grew up on the Brisbane’s southside), he admits to feeling some pressure trying to maintain the amazing success The Big Breakfast enjoyed last year but says, “I’m ready to take on the challenge. Marto & Robin are seasoned professionals & Nick is one of the funniest comedians in the country, so my goals will be to foster their natural chemistry whilst working hard to share compelling and relevant content with our awesome listeners.”

 

Dudley replaces Scott Menz, who steps into the role of Triple M Music Director this year, whilst continuing in his position as Assistant Content Director for the station.

 



The Big Breakfast with

Marto, Robin & Nick Cody

airs from 5.30am to 9am weekdays.