NOVA RULES AIRWAVES AS BREKKIE TRIO REGAIN CROWN
WOMEN spreading their wings and soaring was the theme of acceptance speech, and outfit, at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
The Aussie star wore a black tiered Dior gown, an embroidered illustration of a woman with wings stretching across the bust.
Director who worked with Kidman on The Beguiled, presented the award, with the Oscar winner immediately drawing attention to her friend’s work.
“That women there is an example to all of you who want to be female directors that you can do it. Sofia is female power,” Kidman said.
She also used her speech to thank husband (pictured with her), who accompanied her to the ceremony in Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre. “I’m a sister, I’m a mother, daughter, I’m a wife, I’m a career woman … I’m a mother to four loving children, daughter of a formidable mother and father and wife of a truly good man. It is who I am, why I’m standing here tonight.”
Meanwhile, Urban revealed his wife sang backing vocals on his single, Female, which he debuted at the CMA Awards last week. NOVA’S and have regained Brisbane’s breakfast radio crown following a turbulent year at the top. The popular trio (pictured) toppled ABC Brisbane’s reigning radio king to take top spot in the latest radio survey with a whopping 14.4 per cent audience share. Nova swept the latest survey results, released yesterday, with winning the mornings, outgoing presenter taking afternoons and national trio and smashing the drive slot. “Brisbane is one of the toughest radio markets in the country which is why I’m so proud of Nova being No. 1 since Survey 2,” Nova Brisbane boss said. “This has been one of our strongest years in the past six.” The station’s breakfast team was the only one to remain unchanged amid the brekkie radio shake-up last year that saw switch to Triple M, to be replaced by
at 97.3; Craig Zonca replaced ABC’s and joined the Hit 105 team.
“The boys have been together for over 10 years now and listeners can tell that their friendship is real,” Walkerden said.
Zonca, who has won four of the six surveys in his first year replacing veteran host Howson, slipped 0.6 points to come in second with a 12.6 per cent audience share, the best of the AM breakfast shows. Hit 105’s and
were the biggest movers and shakers in the seventh survey of the year, gaining 1.3 points to take third spot with a 10.6 per cent audience share, edging out 97.3’s Bianca, and in fourth position by 0.2 per cent. Triple M’s – with
having now replaced Ed Kavalee – continued a downward slide, dropping 0.9 points to command just a 9.2 per cent share of the Brisbane audience.
Nova’s Kate, Tim and Marty took the No. 1 FM drive spot in Brisbane with a mammoth 17.2 per cent audience share compared to Hit 105’s and with 12.3 per cent. and