Myf Warhurst currently hosts Lunch With Myf weekdays from 11am–2pm on ABC’s digital radio station Double J. Before that, she presented and co-produced Myf Warhurst’s NICE (ABC1), a TV series that embraced cultural icons of the past, the things that surround us, and all things... 'nice'.
Myf grew up in regional Victoria before moving to the city to study Music and Fine Arts at the University of Melbourne. She worked for some time as a journalist, providing arts and music stories for the Age and Inpress magazine – before becoming Managing Editor of the Melbourne street paper in 1999.
Myf was first introduced to radio as the showbiz reporter on Merrick and Rosso's Triple J drive show in 1999. When they moved on, Myf moved into a full time gig at the Js, hosting the Saturday night request show in 2000 before landing the afternoon shift in 2003. Here, Myf got to do all the things she loves best: playing CDs, talking about music, pop culture and chatting with folks. She then combined her loves to create her infamous daily segment show, The Trashy Lunchtime Quiz. It was also on this lunchtime shift that listeners once heard her sing along to an entire You Am I song on air after she left her microphone on. After a few years she moved on from Lunchtime to spend some time getting up super-early to do Triple J Breakfast with Jay and The Doctor.
In January 2008 Myf left Triple J and joined her great mate Peter Helliar on the Pete and Myf Triple M Melbourne breakfast show. She and Pete enjoyed finding out way too much about each other over 18 months!
Since she finished with breakfast radio, Myf has written a weekly column for the Age newspaper, musing on the world around her giving us an insight into her take on life. She guest hosted on ABC local radio and reports regularly for The Project on Network Ten.
Myf is probably best known for her 7 year stint wrangling rock stars and other showbiz luminaries as a team captain on ABC TV's music/comedy quiz show, Spicks and Specks. After 277 episodes Myf, Alan and Adam decided to finish the show on a high note in 2011. Staring off in Sydney in November she toured the country with the guys performing the hugely successful Spicks & Speck-tacular – a concert version of the TV show. Over 80,000 dedicated fans came to farewell the trio over 27 shows with the tour wrapping up in Melbourne on Sunday 15 January 2012.