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The Afternoon and Drive programs shift later into the day, with Afternoons from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm and Drive from 4.00 pm to 6.30 pm.

The Drive programs will include more regular input from state-based ABC News teams with a greater focus on local current affairs.

“In addition, million is being spent on new tools and equipment to enable our regional teams to produce more digital and video content for local and national audiences.

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In Brisbane, Rebecca Levingston and Craig Zonca will team up to present weekday Breakfast from 6.00 am to 10.00 am (with the AM break at 8.00 am) Melbourne also gets a dual Breakfast presentation with local favourites Jacinta Parsons and writer/comedian Sami Shah co-hosting a new show from 5.30 am to 7.45 am.

ABC Radio Perth sees a shared time-slot from 6.00 am to 9.00am (with the 8.00 am AM break) with its Breakfast presenter, Peter Bell and its new Mornings presenter, Paula Kruger.

“Regional Australians have told us that they want to know what matters to people in other communities and have a say in national conversations.

“The new show builds on our commitment to reflecting the whole of Australia in our news and information, which has never been stronger.

Emma Griffiths will present in Brisbane; Cassie Mc Cullagh in Sydney and Nadia Mitsopoulos in Perth.

Richard Fidler and Sarah Kanowski will share presenter duties in 2018 on which will continue its broadcast from 11.00 am to midday weekdays in all states and territories except Victoria, followed by The World Today from 12.00 pm to 12.30 pm presented by Eleanor Hall.

A new national music and culture show presented by Myf Warhurst; an early evening regional current affairs program; and extended co-hosted Breakfast shows are among some of the changes announced by the ABC today for its 2018 station and network radio line-ups.

The ABC’s capital city radio network, its triple j and RN national networks and its regional stations have unveiled their 2018 program schedules which will launch on-air from January 22 next year.

In Adelaide and Canberra, the local stations will see a co-hosted 30 minutes cross-over between their Breakfast and Mornings presenters.

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