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Sundo's Big Breakfast

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Radio icon Jeff Sunderland starts your day on 5MU with music, news and laughs on Sundo’s Big Breakfast.

You know you're a local legend when your name becomes part of the vernacular, "It's Sunday Sundo" is something South Aussies have been saying to each other for years, and will keep on saying, long after the radio legend is off the airwaves.

Lucky for us, Jeff 'Sundo' Sunderland is still going strong as the host of Sundo's Big Breakfast each weekday here on 1125 5MU.

Having worked in Melbourne and Brisbane radio, Jeff fell in love with South Australia and spent decades ruling the roost of Adelaide breakfast radio.

Adelaide audiences will remember his shows with Anne Wills, who also joins Sundo each week for “Scene it with Willsy”.

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Sundo’s love of good food and wine are often topics of discussion, as is his love for the AFL and his favourite team Geelong!

Playing the best songs of all time, giving away amazing prizes and stacks of cash with the The Secret Sound, Sundo keeps yuou company as you head into the work day world. Just don’t ask him for a secret sound clue, it makes for a very frumpy Sundo!

Throw in the hottest tickets in town and you have a big breaky with all the trimmings! Catch Sundo weekdays from 6am!

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