- Steve Mills: Profile
- Basil Zempilas: Profile
- Gary Adshead: Profile
- Peter Bell - Profile
- Paul Murray: Profile
- Karl Langdon: Profile
- Brad Hardie: Profile
- Chris Ilsley: Profile
- Harvey Deegan: Profile
- Sue McDougall: Profile
- Bob Maumill: Profile
- Kent Roberts: Profile
- Peter Vlahos: Profile
- Jon Lewis: Profile
- Profile: Rod Tiley
Millsy has worked in a variety of jobs from performing as a Smurf to pay his way through study; to working as an accountant and teacher. Millsy's involvement with the media happened by chance back in 1987 when he began calling races in the bush. After 23 years of various jobs he entered radio on a permanent basis in 2002 and joined 6PR in November 2004.
Basil Zempilas is one of Perth's best known and most accomplished broadcasters. Basil has been reporting and presenting sport on Channel 7 for 20 years and is part of the Seven Network's AFL commentary team.
Peter Bell is no stranger to 6PR listeners, having being an integral part of its AFL and Sport coverage for the past two years. He now takes on the challenge of his own show Monday to Friday Afternoons between 12 and 3pm.
Since making the move to 6PR's Drive program Paul Murray has been relentless in cutting through the political polly-waffle and the bureaucratic claptrap to hit at the heart of issues both locally and nationally. If the issue seems too big to understand or handle then Paul Murray is the man to listen to to find out what is happening and how it affects you.
Harvey has been in the media continuously since January 1964, starting at Radio 3DB in Melbourne (now a dedicated racing station). He has also worked in radio in Hobart, Perth, Newcastle and Brisbane.
Walter 'Bob' Maumill has not only done just about everything you can do in broadcasting but he has generally been the one of the first to do it. Bob's witty and insightful views on life, politics and everything in between have kept listeners coming back for decades, and there's still more to come.
Jon's show is all about companionship through the very early hours of the morning with News, opinions from the listeners (and his if he can get a word in edgewise) contests and many international talk back callers too.
Since starting in radio back in 1973 Rod Tiley has worked as a Music Jock, Journalist, Sport Commentator, News Director and News Talk Presenter. He's vast experience and talent saw him fit perfectly at 6PR after being poached from our sister station 4BC.