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Fox & Friends:

Wake up with Steve, ED & Brian

 
FOX & Friends First: Weekdays 6am - 7am
FOX & Friends: Weekdays 7am - 9am

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Fox & Friends - #1 In The Morning

FOX & Friends For Breakfast
 
FOX & Friends First: Weekdays 6am - 7am
FOX & Friends: Weekdays 7am - 9am
FOX & Friends Weekend: Saturday & Sunday 7am - 10am
 

FOX & Friends First Edition – Who’s On When?

 

Monday: Brian Kilmeade, and E.D. Hill

Tuesday: Brian Kilmeade, Kiran Chetry and Steve Doocy

Wednesday: Steve Doocy, Lauren Green and Brian Kilmeade

Thursday: Brian Kilmeade, Kiran Chetry and Judge Andrew Napolitano

Friday: Brian Kilmeade and Juliet Huddy

About Fox & Friends:

This offbeat morning show features anchors E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. They take a look at the day's news, sport, finance and weather from a different perspective. It is an interactive show where you can call in to voice your opinion or have your e-mail read. Lauren Green and Kiran Chetry keep you up-to-date with Fox News Live updates every thirty minutes. Anything can happen and usually does!

Plus, now you can listen to Australia's #1 news morning show seven days a week, as hosts Juliet Huddy, Julian Phillips and Mike Jerrick man the morning show ship on the weekends!

There's no telling what "FOX & Friends" will be cooking up outside our Sydney studios at Martin Place. So, if you are in The World's Greatest City, drop by — the Morning Crew loves an audience! We are located at: 1 Martin Place between George and Pitt streets. See you there!!

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Friends Insider - The Search For Brickman!

 

By Brian Kilmeade

Special for FOX & Friends Insider

 

Help me out please. In talking about superheroes, I mentioned "Brickman," a character all my co-workers claims never existed. I mean never existed even in a fictional sense. Please Australia, help me out here! E-mail me at kilmeade@foxnews.com.au with a photo of the squatty shirtless man of bricks. I’m trying to prove that Brickman exists, and I need your help!

 

Let us know! We check the e-mail everyday and — by the way — look for at least one daily e-mail segment in the show seven days a week. Have a great weekend and thanks for keeping us Number One at breakfast. Your loyalty humbles us! Finally, if you'd like a signed copy of my book "The Games Do Count" just go to http://www.briankilmeade.com.au/ and I'll personalize it for ya!

 

Have a great weekend! Go the mighty Richmond Tigers!

 

Brian

Brian at the Footy...

Ever wondered what Brian Kilmeade gets up to on the weekend? Read his bio further below, and you'll discover that, in his other life, Brian calls AFL football for the Sport-2/NSW Radio Network. You should hear him go... Below are two exceprts, downloadable for your listening pleasure.

Brian calling the AFL for Sport-2 - Excerpt One

Brian calling the AFL for Sport-2 - Excerpt Two

Meet The Team!
 
 

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E.D. Hill
 
E.D. Hill joined FOX News as an anchor/reporter in March of 1998. Prior to joining FNC, Hill was a contributing reporter for ABC News' "PM," current affairs snow, covering family issues. Before that, she was an anchor/reporter for ABC's flagship Sydney station, 702 ABC Sydney, where she served as the morning and noon anchor news anchor.
 
Prior to joining the ABC, Hill cut her teeth at 2BS in Bathurst, where she won three RAWARDS for her coverage of the annual Bathurst 1000 car race. She also won a RAWARD for outstanding local news coverage, and never misses the opportunity to escape to her rural paradise west of Bathurst, near Hill End.
 
A graduate of University of Canberra with a Bachelor's degree in journalism, Hill is currently completing a Master's degree in liberal arts, with a concentration in government. She is also the recipient of a Golden Quill Award for live spot news reporting.

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Steve Doocy
 
Steve Doocy joined Fox from B105-FM in Brisbane. Prior to his stint there, Doocy served as the co-host of "Parent's Helper," and "Wake Up Australia," daily programs on Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton on the Ten Network. Prior to joining the Ten Network, Steve worked with T-FM in Townsville, after moving from his home town of Perth, Western Australia.

Throughout his career he has received 11 RAWARDs for various feature coverage as well as the Associated Press' Feature Reporter of the Year Award. A graduate of the Monash University, Doocy began his career as a breakfast traffic reporter at Perth's 6PR. He is a keen West Cost Eagles fan, and never misses a Melbourne or Sydney-based game.

 

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Brian Kilmeade
 
Brian Kilmeade serves as co-host of Fox's irreverent morning program, "FOX & Friends," in addition to serving as the network's sports reporter. He has a major passion for Aussie Rules Football. On the weekends, he can be found at every Richmond game, cheering on Matthew Richardson, or in the Sport-2/NSW Radio Network commentary box, calling up to three games a weekend.
 
Prior to joining Fox, Kilmeade worked with 3AW Melbourne's AFL team, headed by Rex Hunt, as well as reading afternoon sport, and anchoring sports reports during the Derryn Hinch Drive Show. He began his career as a sports cadet at 2UE in Sydney, before moving home to Melbourne.
 
 

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About Lauren Green - Fox & Friends Newsreader
 
Lauren Green serves as a news update anchor for FOX News’s morning show “FOX & Friends.” She provides daily news updates at the top and the bottom of the hour as well as covering arts for the network. Aside from her career at Fox News, Green is well known as a concert pianist with a degree in piano performance from The University of Minnesota. She has interviewed some of the most prominent people in the classical musical world including Placide Domingo, Pierre Boulez, Joshua Bell and covered events such as the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and opening night of The Metropolitan Opera.

Green has given several solo recitals and performed in small ensembles. Her debut CD, "Classic Beauty," was released in early 2004.

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About Kiran Chetry

Kiran Chetry joined FOX News in 2001. She gets up early every weekday morning to keep Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy in line on Fox & Friends 1st Edition, and hangs around the Fox studios to host the midday segment of Fox News Live, weekdays. Prior to joining Fox News Radio, Kiran worked at 5AA in Adelaide as a news anchor on the breakfast shift, and host of the station's Sunday night 'News Review' program.

She received the Best Enterprise Reporting award at the 1997 RAWARDS for her series "Young and Hooked," which looked at teen smoking. Chetry began her career in 1995 as an entertainment reporter with Sydney's MIX 106.5FM. She received a B.A. in broadcast journalism from the University of Adelaide’s College of Journalism

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