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Will & Brooke Boney for the drive home

3 April 2023

The KIIS Network’s national drive show, Will & Woody, has undergone a change with Brooke Boney to keep Woody Whitelaw’s chair warm while he is battling it out in the I Am A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here.

Brooke says, ‘I’m so excited to bring a very small but much needed degree of maturity into the Will and Woody show. Whilst Woody is away, Will and I will take great pleasure in laughing at him in the jungle from the comfort of our plush radio studios. 

 “I don’t have half the amount of food intolerances as Woody, so the show’s snack game will definitely improve, and I promise that I’ll continue to prank Woody’s dad, Steve, on Woody’s behalf.”

 Of his new partner-in-crime, Will McMahon says, I have always been such a huge fan of Brooke and it will be an honour sharing a desk with her. She is a very talented broadcaster and I know the Will & Woody family will welcome her with open arms.”

 Brooke is a face familiar to many in her current role as TODAY’s Entertainment Presenter for the Nine Network. 

With a background in political journalism, Brooke has previously worked for National Indigenous Television (NITV), SBS and the ABC.

Will & Brooke Boney can be heard on KIIS 1065KIIS 101.1KIIS 97.3 and Mix102.3 from 4-6PM, on 96FM from 5-6pm or via the free iHeartRadio from Monday 17 April.

Story courtesy of radioinfo


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