BBC Radio Cambridgeshire breakfast presenter Thordis Fridriksson is moving to a one-hour afternoon show after the recent appointment of Kev Lawrence at breakfast.
The station today announced her new slot will be 3 till 4pm after confirming she will be moving to ‘afternoons’ earlier this month.
The Ronnie Barbour Show will continue to look at the big stories of the day from 4pm Mon-Thurs.
Friday’s schedule maintains Walk Right Back with Steve Line at 3pm before Thordis hosts a round-up of the days events from 4pm.
Sue Marchant leaves the daily line-up for now, to work on a new broadcast project which will launch in 2020. She continues to present The Folk Show on Monday night at 7pm and her own regional show at 7pm on a Sunday.
David Harvey, Editor of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire told RadioToday: “We want to capture the heart of Cambridgeshire with our new schedule featuring presenters who live in the county they love.
“This new line-up will be covering every community, playing the best music and giving you the latest news and conversations from the patch, so we’re really excited for the summer and beyond!”
The new afternoon programmes launch from Monday 22nd July at 3pm.