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Nova 919

Nova 919
Nova 919 logo.svg
Broadcast areaAdelaide, Australia
SloganAdelaide's Greatest Hits Workday/Weekend plus Friday Feels
Frequency91.9 MHz FM
First air dateAugust 2004
FormatAdult Contemporary
ERP20 kw
Call sign meaning5-South Australia ADL-Adelaide
OwnerNOVA Entertainment

Nova 919 (call sign: 5ADL) is a commercial radio station operating in Adelaide, Australia, owned by NOVA Entertainment.

Along with its sister stations Nova 100 Melbourne, Nova 96.9 Sydney, Nova 106.9 Brisbane and Nova 93.7 Perth, Nova now claims to be Australia's leading brand in the women demographic of ages between 45-54.[1]


The breakfast show of Nova 91.9, is the flagship program of the station aimed at capturing an audience for the rest of the day. The show runs from 6:00am to 10:00am weekday mornings. The presenters are Liam Stapleton and Ben Harvey .

A podcast of the breakfast show is available on the Nova website, Spotify,iTunes, and, and lasts for an average of 47 minutes, showcasing the best bits of interviews and segments of the week.[2]

In December 2016, it was announced that Hayley Pearson would return to Nova 91.9 and join the Breakfast show from January 2017.[3]

In October 2018, Shane Lowe announced his resignation from Nova 91.9 after 11 years with the station and 7 years hosting the breakfast show. Jarrod Walsh has been announced as his replacement.[4]

In September 2019 Dylan Lewis announced he would be leaving Nova 919

In 2020 Ben & Liam (former Triple j breakfast hosts) will replace Dylan & Hayley

In December 2017, Nova announced that it will network Greg Burns from Nova 96.9 as opposed to local announcers. In June 2018, local announcers returned to the station replacing Greg Burns.[5]

Notable former hosts of the station's breakfast show include Jodie J Hill (2004-2006), Tony Moclair (2004-2006), Lisa Fernandez (2006-2008), Julian Schiller (2004-2010) and Ryan Fitzgerald (2004-2010).

Former Announcers

Sister Stations

News Readers

Program Guide

  • 10pm - 12am - Best of Fitzy & Wippa
  • 10pm - 5am - Non Stop Fresh Hits


Top Played Songs Of The Week












  1. ^ "Nielsen Media Research Radio Results". Online at the Nielsen Media Website. Retrieved on 18 September 2007.
  2. ^ "Nova 91.9 Podcasts". Online at the Nova 91.9 Website. Retrieved on 18 September 2007.
  3. ^ "Hayley Pearson joins Nova 919 Brekky". Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ "Nova 919 breakfast co-host Shane Lowe leaving the Adelaide show". Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Greg Burns departs Nova Mornings in Brisbane & Adelaide". Radio Today. 18 June 2018. Retrieved 2018.

External links

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