Please note the following line-up changes to MMS network shows. If a show is not listed, it is unchanged. Dates
- Daylight Saving (EDT) starts 1st Sunday of October at 0200, clocks go forward 1 hour and ends 1st Sunday in April at 0300, clocks go back 1 hour.
- News Services operate
to their normal schedules throughout the year; the exception is weekend
format will apply for a two week period from Christmas Day to the
Friday following News Years Day.
- NSW News will operate to weekend format from 25 December to 5 January, inclusive
- Qld News will operate to weekend format from 25 December to 5 January, inclusive
- Vic News TBA
- SA News will operate to normal format
- National Pre-fed News will operate to normal format, noting that on 25 December the final bulletin is at 1150 EDT
- Rural News will not be available from 25 December to 5 January, inclusive.
- Program Changes, including Presenter Leave and replacement announcer(s) - dates are inclusive:
- Alan Jones Comments and Highlights 6 to 15 December, replacement Chris Smith.
- Alan Jones Comments and Highlights not available from 18 December to 12 January, inclusive.
- Alan Jones Comments and Highlights 15 to 25 January, replacement TBA
- Ray Hadley Morning Show 18 December to 19 January, replacement is Mark Levy
- Ray Hadley Country Music Countdown not available from wc 18 December, returning wc 22 January.
- Chris Smith 6 to 15 December, filling in for Alan Jones on Breakfast, Afternoon replacement is Deborah Knight.
- Neil Mitchell 18 December to 12 January, replacements as follows:
- 18 to 29 December, Tony Jones
- 1 to 5 January, Shane McInnes
- Neil Mitchell 8 to 12 January, Heidi Murphy
- Leon Byner Show will be affected by Cricket coverage, it will end as follows:
- 23, 24 & 27 November ending early at 10:00 CDT
- 27, 28 & 29 December - no show available
- 4, 5 & 8 January - no show available
- Tom Elliott 18 December to 12 January, replacement Nick McCallum
- Philip Brady 24 December to 13 January, replacement is Andrew McLaren
- Tony Moclair 25 December to 12 January, replacements as follows:
- 26 December to 12 January, John Deeks
- The Ray Hadley, Neil Mitchell, Chris Smith, Tom Elliott Shows and Money News have amended Clocks until
15 December. Please see below.