Four Brummies to host Free Radio Breakfast

Birmingham personalities Tim Warwood and Lauren Crace are the new faces of breakfast at Free Radio in Birmingham.

They’ll be joined by newsreader Mitch Rushton and local comedian Lovdev Barpaga, who was crowned 2017 King of Puns at the recent UK Pun Championships.

Tim is known as the presenter of Wild! on CBBC and co-host of Red Bull’s Soapbox series on Dave. Actress Lauren has starred in Eastenders and Mr Selfridge and will soon appear in a joint ITV & Amazon production of Vanity Fair.

Tim Warwood said “This is a dream come true – waking up the city I grew up in is such a privilege” and Lauren added “I’m a born and bred Brummie and I am so proud to call this city my home. I cannot wait to get started, bab!”

Free Radio Content Director David Salt said: “Free Radio has an ambition to be number one in Birmingham, a city in the ascendency. We want to match the success of this great city by delivering a breakfast show that truly represents it – we can’t wait to hear it”.

As part of the changes, Dan Kelly will stay with the station as the new host for The Home Run and Naomi Kent also leaves the show and will remain in the Bauer family.

Other moves for the Free Radio schedule include Andy Goulding moving from his show in Birmingham to present The Home Run across Coventry & Warwickshire, whilst David Francis takes the same shift across Wolverhampton, The Black Country and Shropshire.

Commenting on the changes, Free Radio’s Regional Content Director, Mike Newman said “These changes further display our ambition for Free Radio to be the number one commercial station in each of our West Midlands’ TSAs”

The schedule changes in Birmingham will happen on January 22nd 2018.

Posted on Friday, December 8th, 2017 at 6:19 pm by UK - Roy Martin

  1. Fubi Buch says

    4 people interrupting each other o o o other

  2. Debbie says

    We will wait and see whether this will be as good as Foxy and Guliano but can we have a local breakfast show on Saturday please!! Fed up of listening to a show for Manchester and Liverpool badly edited to make it sound like its local!

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