Ray Hadley works tirelessly to bring his listeners on 2LT an informative and entertaining Morning Show. He has rated number one since 2003.
The Ray Hadley Morning Show on 2LT brings you the latest news, sport, traffic and weather, with hard-hitting political interviews and commentary. Ray has a reputation for breaking news, and loves to hear from listeners on the open line and via email.
In 2016 Ray celebrated one hundred consecutive survey wins on his morning program, and has remained unbeaten every survey since.
In 2017, The Australian Financial Review Magazine included him among the nation’s most powerful individuals for his major influence on key issues.
On October 14 2017 Ray was inducted into the Commercial Radio Hall of Fame at the 29th annual Australian Commercial Radio Awards in front of more than 1000 industry peers.
On weekends, during the NRL season, Ray’s Continuous Call Team has remained unbeaten since 1992. He first became involved in covering rugby league on radio on 28 February 1982 as part of the Col Pearce ‘around the grounds’ team on 2UE. In 2018, after calling the game for 32 years, he became the longest-serving football commentator of all time, surpassing the legendary Frank Hyde who called the game for 31 years.
In 2003 Ray was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for service to rugby league as a broadcaster, and to the community, particularly through fundraising for charitable organisations.