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Nova 106.9 radio host Kip Wightman has quit the top-rating breakfast show

Nova 106.9 radio presenter Kip Wightman has quit the network’s top-rating breakfast show Ash, Kip, Luttsy & Susie after 15 years.

“It has been a privilege to hang out with the people of Brisbane over breakfast these past 15 years, but the time is right for me to switch off the alarm and consider what’s next in my professional and personal life,” he said.

Living in these strange times have made many of us reassess things, and while I’ve still got a lot of love for radio and broadcasting, my priorities have shifted.

I’ve had a lot going on, some of which hasn’t been easy, and breakfast radio hours aren’t the best for a single Dad of a young son, so it feels right to call time on being a part of this dream team.

“I won’t miss the early starts, but I will miss everyone involved with the show, and everyone across the network who has made my years at Nova a great experience. I thank everyone for their support and apologise to my neighbours for being around far more than they are used to.”

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