Australians are being encouraged to embrace their bad hair days this month to raise money for sick and disadvantaged children. Variety’s “follically challenged” Head of Community Engagement Scott Williams told Deborah Knight getting involved in the ‘Bad Hair May’ campaign can be as easy as grabbing a can of colourful hairspray. “The crazier they go […]
One of Australia’s most respected broadcasters is returning to her radio roots to host Afternoons with Deborah Knight.
For more than two decades, Deb has garnered a reputation for being a highly versatile broadcaster who can easily jump between radio and live television.
She began her media career in radio, starting out in Wagga Wagga before heading to Sydney to read news for commercial radio.
Deb has a long association with 2GB, which stretches back to 2001.
“There’s nothing like radio for making an immediate connection with your audience,” she says, “and Afternoons offers the chance to look at the big issues of the day and have some fun as well.”
Tune into Afternoons with Deborah Knight for a mix of news, opinion and fun from 12pm-3pm on 2GB and 11am-2pm on 4BC.
Queensland’s child safety record is being called to account following the death of a 4-year-old girl at Cannon Hill and the alleged neglect of two, 17 and 19-year-old youths at Stafford. Peter Gleeson, a journalist at The Courier-Mail and Sky News told Deborah Knight the Child Safety Minister Di Farmer has “gotta go”. “Their record […]
Politicians from across the spectrum are describing the closure of regional newspapers as a tragedy for Australian journalism. News Corp on Thursday announced, as a result of coronavirus’ financial impact on the business, nearly all local mastheads across the country will cease print publication and move to digital-only. A further 19 small regional newspapers will […]
A keeper at a south coast zoo is in a critical condition after being attacked by two lions. Nine News reporter Kaitlan Tukukino told Deborah Knight the 35 year old woman was cleaning out the lion enclosure at Shoalhaven Zoo, near Nowra when she was attacked. “Both the lions came at her and attacked her […]
Aussies are being asked to buy local products to support jobs and economic activity during the coronavirus crisis. Applications to use the official “Australian Made” logo have surged 400 per cent since the beginning of the pandemic. Australian Made Chief Executive Ben Lazzaro says the campaign which began in the 1980s is making a comeback. […]
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