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Triple M Recruits Candice Warner For Dead Set legends

She is one of our greatest ironwomen, and one-half of Australia’s most recognised sporting couples. And from the 19 February, Candice Warner is joining the Triple M family as part of its revamped Dead Set Legends Saturday morning program in 2022. Candice will be joined Dan Ginnane and Richard Freedman, each Saturday morning from 10am to 12pm as they discuss all things sports.

No stranger to Triple M, Ginnane has been part of the furniture since 2002 where he started as a Producer of the original Dead Set Legends before going on to host the show with Ray ‘Rabs’ Warren and Richard Freedman for 19 years!

Since hosting the original Dead Set Legends program, Freedman brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge, as well as an impressive horse racing portfolio.

Candice said: “I’m thrilled to be joining Triple M. What better way to kick off 2022 then as part of the famous ‘Dead Set Legends’ crew with Dan Ginnane and Richard Freedman. I can’t wait to get started.”

Triple M Sydney Content Director, Rex Morris, said: “Dead Set Legends originals, Dan Ginnane and Richard Freedman returning to Saturday mornings will compliment Triple M’s Sydney focused breakfast and drive home offerings, and I know that they couldn’t be more excited to create the 2022 version of this listener favorite. Joining the team is someone who has impressed with every appearance on Triple M, and we’re just so thrilled to have a permanent spot on our line up for Candice Warner. The boys are in the presence of an ironwoman in every respect.”

Dead Set Legends with Candice Warner, Dan Ginnane and Richard Freedman every Saturday from 10am to 12pm on 104.9 Triple M or via the LiSTNR app.


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