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Matt Dyktynski Farewells MIX94.5 Breakfast Show

After eight years as one third of the Mix94.5 Breakfast Show, Matt Dyktynski has announced that he is leaving the Hit Network. His final show with Mix94.5 will be Friday 15 September 2023.

Dyktynski joined the Mix94.5 team in 2016. Commenting on his departure, Dyktynski said: “I have loved every moment being a part of this Perth institution and I know Mix94.5 will just keep going from strength to strength.

I’ll be focusing on a musical that I have written with my wife, called ‘Funeral – The Musical’, which had its first public reading in August.  I’m very excited to get this off the ground.

“I hope not to be a stranger to Perth radio in the future and can look back at the last eight years with tremendous gratitude to SCA for giving me the opportunity to join this very special radio station. And to the wonderful Mix94.5 listeners, I will miss you and want to say a humble thank you, for allowing me into your hearts and homes.”

Mix94.5 Content Director, James Speed, said: “Matt leaves Mix94.5 with a legacy any broadcaster should be extremely proud of. A true gentleman, Matt has been making our audience laugh out loud for eight years, as well as our team. The care he shows for his teammates is a true testament to the type of person he is, and he will be very much missed.

We thank Matt for the great times he has brought into our building and out of the speakers and wish him the absolute best in his future endeavours. Whatever he puts his mind to, he’ll do an incredible job. I for one can’t wait for a front row seat to watch his upcoming musical.” 

The Mix94.5 Breakfast Show, Pete & Kymba, will continue to be heard 5.30-9am weekdays and on LiSTNR.


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