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Two of Australia’s biggest radio personalities, Hamish and Andy, have joined theNetwork for a weekly show.
Geoff Lloyd’s Hometime Show oncan now be heard on its sister stations – edited and shifted to a later time slot.
are supplementing their deal to broadcast Euro 2012 commentaries on the England and Ireland matches with an alternative commentary option on digital radio.
Comedians including Dave Gorman and Jason Byrne will join the commentary teams for90s.
Two student radio stars from Sunderland’s 107 Spark FM are making their commercial radio debuts this weekend.
Jodie Bryant impressed the ‘Demo Factor’ judges at last month’s Student Radio Conference and will do a show tonight on90s.
Frank Skinner will front’s Christmas Day morning show as part of a festive line-up that sees the group’s ‘decades’ stations taking over the main station each evening.
Skinner’s ‘Christmas Cracker’ 10am-12noon show on 25th December will be followed by breakfast presenter Christian O’Connell in the afternoon and then a second chance to hear Bon Jovi’s live gig in Hyde Park from the summer.
Absolute 80s is the number one digital commercial radio station, according to the latest set of RAJAR figures out today.
Its reach is up 80% in the last 12 months, with the enlarged audience size of 1.018m now bigger than’s The Hits Radio.
Bon Jovi’s performance at this year’s Hard Rock Calling Festival will be exclusively broadcast live on.
Russ Williams will host a four-hour special on all Absolute stations from 7pm till 11pm on Saturday 25th June, including Absolute 80s,90s and Absolute Radio 00s.