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Jules joins Nik on Triple M from Monday

Nik Stuart and Jules Greenhalf
Jules Greenhalf will join Nik Stuart as breakfast host from Monday on 93.1 Triple M Bundaberg.

Bundaberg will welcome a new breakfast radio announcer, Julia ‘Jules’ Greenhalf, on Monday when she joins Nik Stuart on 93.1 Triple M.

Beginning her career in digital advertising, Jules very quickly fell in love with the pace, the creativity and the endless joy of radio.

She caught the radio bug three years ago while volunteering at local community stations in Victoria.

It wasn’t long until she found herself hosting, producing or podcasting any show she could think of.

Jules comes from within the Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) family, having worked in the digital team and on the Hit Network’s Tom & Olly.

Jules was also a part of the SCA talent development program Hubble which has now led her to the Sunshine State.

“I'm stoked to get to know Bundy and can't wait to see what Nik and I get up to together,” Jules said.

“I'm ready to nerd out on rock music, sweat in new places and track down a limited-edition Bundy Rum iced coffee. That'll be one for the grandkids … if the best before is still in date.”

On her website, Jules says she's been fortunate to have co-hosted breakfast, drive and night radio shows and podcasts across Triple M, Southern FM and the SYN network.

“You might’ve even heard me do it in French,” she added.

“I’ve always loved being creative, and packaging my creativity up in different ways.

“From pitching strategies to writing sketches, filming a doco to voicing books, hosting a speed date to taking the piss out of the latest pop culture craze on Insta, I’m brimming with ideas, passion and unteachable instincts for the broadcast industry.”

SCA Group Content Director Queensland, Ryan Bebbington, said: “Triple M Bundy has gone from strength to strength this past year and the addition of Jules to our creative team is very exciting as we get stuck into 2020.”

Catch Nik & Jules, weekdays on Bundy’s 93.1 Triple M, 6am to 90am from Monday, 3 February.