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Cogho & Jules for Breakfast - Triple M Bendigo 93.5

By: Triple M Bendigo 93.5
  • Summary

  • Wake up with Cogho & Jules for Breakfast! Triple M Bendigo 93.5 focuses on what’s happening in the community. Keeping Locals updated and informed since 1931.

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Episodes
  • Cogho & Jules Podcast - 23rd February
    Feb 22 2024

    Cogho & Jules ask the question: what age should kids leave their parents' home? After Jules does some questionable things in her sleep, we look for Central Victoria's most active sleepers... PLUS game show host & tennis legend Todd Woodbridge stops by!

    Want more? Grab the My Town podcast to hear what's on for you this weekend, a look at local sport & a tour of the Eaglehawk Recycle Shop on the hunt for a bargain.

     

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    15 mins
  • Cogho & Jules Podcast - 16th February
    Feb 15 2024

    Cogho & Jules catch up with Melbourne Demons captain Max Gawn on juggling parenthood with pre-season ahead of his visit to Bendigo! Plus, family dramas for the pair as Cogho's son goes full romantic for Valentine's Day & Jules' niece stops the office in their tracks.

    Want more? Grab the My Town podcast to hear what's on in Central Victoria this weekend, a sneak peek at local sport & a tour of the Bendigo Discovery Centre. 

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    16 mins
  • MY TOWN EP 1
    Feb 14 2024

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    9 mins

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