Shaun Keaveny plans #BreakfastExit at 6 Music

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BBC Radio 6 Music is broadcasting live from Maida Vale Studios on Friday 14 December 2018 as Shaun Keaveny hosts his final breakfast show on the station.

All the 6 Music shows from 7am-7pm are marking the station’s All Day Christmas Party.

Shaun kicks off the day with friends of the show dropping by, including Breakfast Presenter elect Lauren Laverne, who will be letting listeners know her plans for the show when she takes the reins in the New Year. There will be some live Middle Age Shout Outs (#maso) plus Music News journalist Matt Everitt joins the show for the last time this year with the latest Music News. And Matt will be joining Shaun in the afternoons when his new Afternoon show launches.

Across the day, 6 Music will also be saying hello to the presenters also launching their new shows in 2019. Mary Anne Hobbs will pop into Lauren Laverne’s Show (10am to 1pm) to DJ Desert Island Disco, Stuart Maconie (Radcliffe and Maconie, 1-4pm) will be joined by Shaun Keaveny in the afternoon.

For 6 Music Recommends Day, there will be a 12-hour spree of quality new music as played on the station this past year. With an audience at Maida Vale, presenters will be sharing their favourite tracks, from the unsigned and undiscovered, to new tracks from established artists and bands.

Then to finish off the day Steve Lamacq will be hosting his annual festive shindig between 4pm and 7pm.



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7 Comments
  1. Neal says

    Sorry to see Shaun leave and wish Lauren all the best. Just a little concerned that at the rate the BBC are going with 6 Music Radio 2 and now Question Time that we will get to the opposite end of the spectrum where there will be no males left. Don’t necessarily have a issue with that its just that if we get to that place I doubt there will be half the publicity about it that there has been over the lack of female voices on the good old BBC !

  2. Mi says

    Shaun keaveny for President ! How do you say that?

  3. Phil Haddon says

    P155ing about with a perfect line up …. why change things? I love radio 6 the way it is. I don’t listen to any other station. Sad to see the changes

  4. Linda Fernley says

    Share Neal’s concerns and have an increasing suspicion that R6 is losing touch with its true audience in a bid to appeal to a younger demographic. Sad.

  5. Kenny says

    If it’s not broke don’t fix it!!!!!

  6. Leyton Smith says

    Read and investigate! Shaun is not leaving. Moving to afternoon with RadMac moving to weekend breakfast and the amazing Mary Ann Hobbs moving to weekday midday slot. Note: One Excited Male Listener!

  7. Andy says

    How did he get away with it for so long?
    Namone should have got the job.

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