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Active 89FM's Breakfast In A Bubble - Pandemonium

Radio Active 89FM's Breakfast In A Bubble - Pandemonium Guaranteed...

16 February, 2001

Whittakers presents?

Wake up Mother!
It's? Breakfast in a Bubble
Radio Active 89FM Breakfast broadcasting live from a shop window With Peregrin Armstrong-Jones and Reginald Woopsie-Smythe

Wellington Fringe Festival 2001 - A Fringe ODD:yssey

Paris Texas' Shop Window, Manners Mall, Cnr Lombard & Victoria Sts 7-10am, Monday 26th February - Friday 2nd March

Up with the birds and fresher than raw meat? Radio Active 89FM's Breakfast Hosts Liam & Shannon morph into alter ego's Peregrin Armstrong-Jones and Reginald Woopsie-Smythe and unabashedly show their early morning chirpiness to the festival lovin' public. Broadcasting live from the Paris Texas' shop window, this fifties-BBC themed interactive installation promises to both entertain and educate the eager Active audience during the ODD:sessy which is the Wellington Fringe Festival.

Undoubtedly the tallest breakfast duo in the history of radio broadcasting, both Liam & Shannon impressively exceed the height requirements for delivering your special "on-the-nose" breakfast treats. The one and only "show and tell" media outlet for all "up and at 'em" Fringe artists, Breakfast in a Bubble will still feature your favourite regulars from John the Psychic to Nana's stories to Fiona the Weathergirl, but it's going to be crammed with all the buzziness a wonderful Wellington Fringe Festival has to offer - cutting-edge thespians and artisans galore!

Last year, Helen Clark, Prime Minister of New Zealand, rolled up in her car to officially pop the Breakfast balloon in front of numerous TV news cameras. This year, which lucky media personality will have the good fortune of spinning the Active wheels of steel?

Rise and shine to the Breakfast in a Bubble pandemonium of Peregrin Armstrong-Jones and Reginald Woopsie-Smythe - hosting radio live-to-poke-a-stick-at, on-line at www.radioactive.fm and direct through Wellington's 89FM frequency? all for the Fringe Festival and all from a shop window?

Gawk as they talk!
Breakfast in a Bubble
A Radio Active 89FM event
Presented by Whittakers (peanut slabs for all!!!)

For more information, please don't hesitate to contact...

Robyn Walker... aka Rockgirl
Radio Active 89FM
this station rules the nation
ph 04 8019899 fax 04 8019879 studio 04 8019089 email
robyn@radioactive.co.nz

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