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Together, Fitzy & Wippa have become a formidable force on-air and have Australians in stitches every day….tune in week nights from 6pm – 7pm!!
 
A bit about the guys:

Fitzy

Former AFL Sydney Swan star Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald is a sports fanatic and a lovable larrikin. He was a contestant in Big Brother Australia 2004, and was a co-host on the Friday night Big Brother Australia show Friday Night Live with fellow Big Brother 2004 contestant Bree Amer, which became a stand alone show in its own right in 2006 as Friday Night Games.  He regularly appeared on Network Ten’s Before The Game and The 7PM Project. Fitzy has a natural talent for radio and has been heard on-air ever since he was voted out of the Australian Big Brother House in 2004.


Wippa

Michael ‘Wippa’ Wipfli has never been afraid to ‘have a go’ despite his lack of ability. Wippa has pulled a plane, been suspended from a hot air balloon, caused Bruce Willis to stop an interview (don’t ask about Demi) and exercised his survival skills in the Northern Territory.
 

Fitzy & Wippa are just a couple of Aussie blokes (some might say Bogan) that have injected fun and chaos into Australian radio with their on air antics!



 


 


 


 


 

 

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