Radio Hosts / Media Personalities
If a teenager were to describe Early Breakfast with Those Two Girls, they’d say it was ‘lit’ and ‘extra’…and they wouldn’t just be talking about flammable chewing gum. Wake up with best friends, Lise and Sarah, 5am -6am weekdays, and hook in to their dry and unexpected humour as they rip on each other and put their spin on the day’s events. Each describing the other as the second funniest in the show, Lise and Sarah are chalk and cheese. In fact, Lise is the camembert to Sarah’s crackers, mostly because she’s French and won’t let anybody forget it, and also because Sarah loves carbs. If the early bird catches the word, then Lise and Sarah truly are the metaphorical worms of Aussie radio.
About Lise and Sarah
Together they walk the line between smart, self-deprecating, and irreverent. Listening to Lise and Sarah is like having a cuppa with the girls-next-door who regularly laugh at their own jokes. (They also like calling themselves girls, even though they’re firmly in their 30s.)
Outside of radio, Those Two Girls are official ambassadors for Suncorp’s national #TeamGirls initiative, which aims to build a national of confident girls in partnership with Netball Australia and Reach Out. They are also creative ambassadors for Brisbane City Council, joining the likes of Keith Urban and Katie Noonan.
Lise and Sarah are known for producing sell-out events (which have been attended by thousands in their hometown), and regularly front crowds as MCs and guest speakers thanks to their broad appeal in Brisbane and regional areas. In recent months, they have worked for clients ranging from retail centres to rugby league (State of Origin), child safety organisations (Queensland Government) to charities; car dealerships to chemists; fashion to finance and more.
In their glory days of youth, Lise and Sarah won all the drama awards at their schools and appeared in lots of uber-glamorous commercials for sexy brands such as Pine-O-Cleen, Dynamo, and Baby Nurofen. Steamy sirens of the small screen. Quite frankly, their move to radio has been a welcome relief.