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Fifi, Fev & Nick Claim Guinness World Record

Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox’s breakfast show, Fifi, Fev & Nick have officially claimed a world first Guinness Word Record @ for Longest marathon for a radio music show DJ (team). Breakfast hosts Fifi BoxBrendan Fevola and Nick Cody plus their anchor Josiah Shala began the marathon radio broadcast on Thursday, 1 June 6.00am AEST and continued up to Friday, 2 June 9.00am AEST, a total of 27 hours live on air.

Guinness World Record Adjudicator Pete Fairbairn confirmed the award and presented the certificate at the end of the broadcast.

Fifi, Fev and Nick said: “Wow! There is not a better radio station in Australia, we could not have done this without our entire team. We’re so grateful to everyone who supported us through this record attempt and our amazing listeners and friends of the show who stayed with us the entire time! Most of all, we are so thrilled to have this Guinness World Record® for Melbourne.”

Special guests who will join them throughout the broadcast will include PM Anthony Albanese, Carrie & Tommy, Tones and I, Hamish & Andy, Eddie McGuire, Mick Molloy, Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes, Peter Helliar, Ant Middleton, Larry Emdur, Marty Sheargold, Sam Pang, Billy Brownless, Ant Middleton, Karl Stefanovic,The Office actor Kevin Malone and more!

Record specifics:

The official record is: Longest marathon for a radio music show DJ (team)

The record is for the longest time to act as a DJ and continually announce during a live radio broadcast, they are under very strict rules from on-air talking, music, ads and content.


Listen to Fifi, Fev & Nick on Melbourne’s 101.9 The Fox from 6-9am weekdays, also on LiSTNR.


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