New schedule for Celador’s Anglian stations

Anglian Radio’s five stations move to a new schedule today with Rob Chandler extending his breakfast show to Town 102 and Dream 100.

Rob has been hosting Breakfast on Radio Norwich, North Norfolk Radio and The Beach since Celador bought the group in January/February 2017, and before then on Radio Norwich from 2014 to 2016. Previously, he presented Breakfast on Heart East Anglia/Broadland for 27 years.

From 10am it is Kevin Ford followed by Chris Marston returning to the group for the 3pm till 7pm slot. Then at 7pm, Lucy Ambache hosts three hours of chilled out music followed by When The Lights Go Down with Tony Wright from 10pm.

Weekend highlights include The Classic Countdown with Mark Franklin and music from the film world with Saturday Night At The Movies with Craig Wright. Kevin Ford hosts The Weekend Wind Down on Saturdays and Sundays from 7pm.

Here’s the new schedule in full:

Weekdays

0600-1000: Rob Chandler at Breakfast
1000-1500: Kevin Ford
1500-1900: Chris Marston
1900-2200: The Wind Down with Lucy Ambache
2200-0100: When The Lights Go Down with Tony Wright
0100-0600: Non-stop Night Shift

Saturday

0700-1100: Rob Chandler at Breakfast
1100-1400: The Classic Countdown with Mark Franklin
1400-1800: Chris Marston
1800-1900: Saturday Night At The Movies with Craig Wright
1900-2200: The Weekend Wind Down with Kevin Ford
2200-0100: When The Lights Go Down with Tony Wright
0100-0700: Non-Stop Night Shift

Sunday

0700-1100: Paul Morris
1100-1500: David Perry
1500-1900: Paul Carter
1900-2200: The Weekend Wind Down with Kevin Ford
2200-0100: When The Lights Go Down with Tony Wright
0100-0600: Non-Stop Night Shift

Posted on Monday, September 11th, 2017 at 6:49 am by RadioToday staff

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1 Comment

  1. Lee says

    Lr we go again.celefor is now turning it’s East Anglian radio stations into the Breeze. The weekday evening and most of the weekend shows are now syndicated with The breeze. There appears to be no shame it this company. Why not turn all your stations into the Breeze or Sam FM – oh sorry you appear to be doing that! Come on OFCOM, gro some balls and stop this from happening.!

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