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Triple M 747 Esperance Welcomes Carwyn Church To Breakfast

Listeners across the Esperance region are now waking up to Carzo for Breakfast as Triple M 747 Esperance announces Carwyn Church as its new Breakfast announcer.

Carwyn is no stranger to radio, having discovered his love behind the microphone 20 years ago after previously occupying on-air roles for SCA in Esperance, Kalgoorlie, and Perth.

He now steps into the Breakfast announcer role permanently and will broadcast to Western Australia’s South Coast every morning from 6-9am.

Carwyn said: “It’s so great to be back in Esperance. I started my radio journey in this town 20 years ago, so when I got the opportunity to come back, I jumped at it! It’s an amazing place and a fantastic opportunity.”

SCA WA Regional Group Content Director, Dan Cole, said: “It’s great to have Carwyn ‘Carzo’ on the air on Triple M Esperance. Carwyn brings to the role great experience and with Esperance being a growing market for Triple M, having an experienced announcer on Breakfast puts us in a great position to become even stronger in the region.”

Carwyn replaces former Breakfast announcer Sean Lindsay who left the role last week.

Listen to Carzo for Breakfast on Triple M 747 Esperance 747, 6-9am weekdays.

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