Our People - Hope 103.2

Our People

Hope 103.2 chief executive officer Phillip Randall leads a talented and dedicated staff from around the country, many of them coming from the commercial and national radio sectors.

In addition to our staff, Hope 103.2 has a loyal team of volunteers helping both on-air and with administration work.

Hope Media CEO Phillip Randall profileAbout Phillip Randall
Phillip was appointed CEO of Hope 103.2 in 1999 and has overseen major changes to programming, staff and facilities. He has more than 40 years experience in radio broadcasting, in both commercial and community radio.

From 1999 to 2006, Phillip was president of Christian Media & Arts Australia, President of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) from 2015 to 2021 and chair of the Digital Radio Consultative Committee of the CBAA.


Phillip Randall – Chief Executive Officer

Dwayne Jeffries – General Manager

David Barker – Chief Financial Officer

Jodie Williams – People and Culture Manager

Justin Kendall – Community Relations Manager

Ramona Ishac – Group Sponsorship Sales Manager

Stephen Wilkinson – Technical Operations Manager


Hope 103.2's Breakfast hosts Ally & Brendan Hope Breakfast with Ally & Brendan

Hope 103.2's Mornings host Ben McEachen Hope Mornings with Ben McEachen

Hope 103.2 Afternoons host Laura Bennett Hope Afternoons with Laura Bennett

Hope 103.2's Drive host Georgia Free Hope Drive with Georgia Free

Hope 103.2 Nights host Graeme Burrill Hope Nights with Graeme Burrill

Community Relationship Team

Graham Hasler – Relationships Manager

Linda Lou – Relationships Manager


Visit Your Hope 103.2 Contributors page to view profiles for Real Hope devotional, and faith & teaching contributors, along with our Hope Media freelance journalists.


Contribution from our Volunteers plays a vital role in helping Hope 103.2 achieve its mission:

To impact people with experiences of God’s love so that they may become more like Christ and the world more like the Kingdom.

More Information on Volunteering