Nick Snaith to host Magic 105.4 breakfast

Nick Snaith is to step in as interim Breakfast presenter for the ‘Magic in the Morning’ show whilst Foxy is away.
Neil Fox was taken off-air by the station after his arrest at the station’s HQ in Golden Square London in September. No further details of a possible return to the station for Foxy have been announced as yet.
Nick will move from his Drivetime slot from October 27th, when a new newsreader, entertainment reporter and producer will also start.
Mick Meadows joins Magic Breakfast from BBC Radio 2, where he has most recently produced Janice Long. He has also worked across BBC Radio 1, 6 Music and for production company Somethin’ Else.
Aileen O’Sullivan joins Magic news from the Bauer news hub in Manchester, where she currently does Breakfast news for Kiss, along with bulletins for Absolute and Morning News on Rock FM.
And Kirsteen O’Sullivan will host travel and entertainment news. Kirsten has worked for GMTV, Irish national station Newstalk and most recently hosted the Invictus Games.
A new interim Drivetime presenter will be announced shortly.

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Posted on Sunday, October 12th, 2014 at 3:29 pm by RadioToday UK

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