The latest round of radio ratings is out, with a few new No. 1 breakfast shows across the country.

The new No.1 breakfast show in the tight Brisbane market is Nova’s “Ash, Luttsy and Susie O’Neill” with 13.1%. The show took the mantle from B105’s “Stav, Abby and Matt”, which came in with 12.0% – on par with Triple M’s “The Big Breakfast with Marto and Margaux”.

On AM, the No. 1 station in breakfast in Brisbane is the now-defunct 4KQ, which had “Laurel, Gary and Mark”.

The show wrapped up at the end of June as the station’s owner, ARN, offloaded the station as a result of its purchase of Grant Broadcasters.

The show will live on, however, with Nine Radio shocking the market yesterday and announcing “Laurel, Gary and Mark” will have a new home on 4BC from July 11.

Survey 5, out in August, will still include some on-air dates for “Laurel, Gary and Mark” on 4KQ, however they have effectively gone out on top in Survey 4.

There was less change in Sydney, where Kiis’ “Kyle and Jackie O” remained the dominant force in FM breakfast on 13.3%. This put the chart-topping duo closer to 2GB’s Ben Fordham, who is No. 1 in AM and overall on 15.5%.

Fordham’s cumulative audience, however, was down 28,000 to 431,000, while “Kyle and Jackie O” climbed 37,000 to 685,000.

Melbourne was also stable, with the untouchable 3AW topping breakfast with a 19.1% share for “Ross and Russel”. “The Christian O’Connell Show” on Gold had 11.2%, making it No. 1 in FM.

Adelaide, meanwhile, saw the ABC grow its lead in breakfast, taking out a commanding 18.9% share. In FM, there is a new leader, with Triple M’s “Roo, Ditts and Loz” climbing 1.4 points to a share of 11.3%, overtaking previous leaders “Ben and Liam” on Nova 91.9, which was down to 9.3%.

There was little change in Perth as Nova 93.7 climbed 2.0 points to a 15.5% share. Its breakfast offering of “Nathan, Nat and Shaun” was even further ahead on 18.4%.


#1 FM Overall: Kiis 106.5 (10.2%)
#1 AM Overall: 2GB (12.9%)
#1 FM Breakfast: Kiis’ Kyle and Jackie O (13.3%)
#1 AM Breakfast: 2GB’s Ben Fordham (15.5%)
#1 FM Drive: Kiis’ Will and Woody (11.0%)*
#1 AM Drive: ABC’s Richard Glover (7.7%)

Biggest Mover Up: Kiis (+1.0)
Biggest Mover Down: 2Day FM (-0.6)

Sydney radio ratings Survey 4 2022. Courtesy of GfK
Sydney radio’s cumulative audience. Courtesy of GfK


#1 FM Overall: Gold 104.3 (12.0%)
#1 AM Overall: 3AW (15.7%)
#1 FM Breakfast: Gold’s Christian O’Connell (11.2%)
#1 AM Breakfast: 3AW’s Ross and Russel (19.1%)
#1 FM Drive: Gold’s Dave ‘Higgo’ Higgins (11.3%)
#1 AM Drive: 3AW’s Tom Elliott (13.5%)

Biggest Mover Up: 3AW (+1.0)
Biggest Mover Down: Triple J (-0.6)

Melbourne radio ratings Survey 4 2022. Courtesy of GfK
Melbourne radio’s cumulative audience. Courtesy of GfK


#1 FM Overall: Nova 106.9 (12.6%)
#1 AM Overall: 4KQ (10.2%)
#1 FM Breakfast: Nova’s Ash, Luttsy and Susie O’Neill (13.1%)*
#1 AM Breakfast: 4KQ’s Laurel, Gary and Mark (11.1%)*
#1 FM Drive: Nova’s Kate, Tim & Joel (15.7%)
#1 AM Drive: 4KQ (6.1%)

Biggest Mover Up: Nova 106.9 (+1.4)
Biggest Mover Down: ABC Brisbane (-1.5)

Brisbane radio ratings Survey 4 2022. Courtesy of GfK
Brisbane radio’s cumulative audience. Courtesy of GfK


#1 FM Overall: Mix 102.3 (10.6%)
#1 AM Overall: ABC Adelaide (13.6%)
#1 FM Breakfast: Triple M’s Roo, Ditts and Loz (11.3%)*
#1 AM Breakfast: ABC Adelaide’s Stacey Lee & Nikolai Beilharz  (18.9%)
#1 FM Drive: SAFM’s Carrie and Tommy (12.5%)
#1 AM Drive: ABC Radio’s Jules Schiller (10.4%)

Biggest Mover Up: Triple M (+1.7)
Biggest Mover Down: Mix 102.3 and Nova 91.9 (-1.0)

Adelaide Radio Ratings Survey 4 2022. Courtesy of GfK
Adelaide radio’s cumulative audience. Courtesy of GfK



#1 FM Overall: Nova 93.7 (15.5%)
#1 AM Overal: ABC Perth (9.8%)
#1 FM Breakfast: Nova’s Nathan, Nat and Shaun (18.4%)
#1 AM Breakfast: ABC Perth’s Tom Baddeley (10.9%)
#1 FM Drive: Nova’s Kate, Tim and Joel (16.8%)
#1 AM Drive: ABC’s Geoff Hutchison (9.4%)

Biggest Mover Up: Nova 93.7 (+2.0)
Biggest Mover Down: 96 FM (-1.5)

Perth Radio Ratings Survey 4 2022. Courtesy of GfK
Perth radio’s cumulative audience. Courtesy of GfK

Stations and shows marked with an asterisks [*] signal a change from the last survey.