BOOM’s Big Breakfast starts at 7am every day, keeping you in the loop with all things Perth, the latest trends and the news, sport, weather and traffic as you need it. All in real time, broadcasting live from Leederville.
Ben & Flick
Mondays and Tuesdays
Ben and Flick are the proof that opposites can get along. This breakfast show puts a sporty manly man alongside a confused gal obsessed with the internet with electric results. This bright breakfast show will make you laugh, cry and scream. Finally, without fail, you know they’ll bring food into the conversation in any way they can (they’ve got a segment with nothing to do with food called Alphabet Soup…).
Christina, Marcel & Naomi
Wednesdays and Thursdays
The Volatile Cocktail of Christina, Marcel and Naomi is a flavoursome treat to your breakfast routine. From nostalgic topics to new music and topics that trigger and bait each other, you’ll never know what’s “coming up next”!
Ben & marcel
Just two mates on the radio, Ben & Marcel invite you into their friendship. The boys are almost the same person, they share the same birthday for example. The weekend really does start on Fridays at 7am.
Ruth is a self-professed gym queen, literature aficionado and tattoo enthusiast. Her body is constructed of a ratio of 80% Earl Grey Tea, 15% Malteasers and 5% muscle. When not on the air, she spends her days in her pyjamas, binging on cartoons and cereal, reliving the glory days of Saturday mornings as a kid.
“Fight me!” – Ruth M Kirkby 1992-present”
Baby Bird might be one of the smallest in the nest, but he’s probably one of the loudest. Not only in this reflected through his voice, and outlook on life, but also choice of music. Anything with loud and intense drums will never fail to catch his attention. Especially if it’s a song with some in-your-face screaming to match. Just because BB likes metal though doesn’t cut him off from anything else. With a passion for drums that expands from metal into jazz, math-rock, noise-rock, funk, hip-hop and many other genres. Baby Bird’s philosophy is that if it has a catchy drum beat to it, it’s worth a listen.