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Breakfast In A Bubble - The Window On The Fringe

11 February, 2002

V in association with KMS presents...
Radio Active 89FM's Quality Broadcasting Event for Fringe NZ 2002 is... Breakfast in Bed
Gawk as they talk!

Ladies... slip back into your lingerie and fellas, button up your pyjama bottoms... Radio Active 89FM's Breakfast Duo is tucking you back into bed - BREAKFAST IN BED! Live breakfast radio out of doors where Liam & Shannon will be ripping the sheets off the Fringe... all with fluffy slippers, pillow fights and glasses of warm milk.

Breakfast in a Bubble will be BREAKFAST IN BED... Fringe NZ 2002 Monday 18th - Friday 22nd February, 7-10am

This third annual "Window on the Fringe" bought to you by Radio Active 89FM will again showcase all the main people and players featured throughout this year's Fringe NZ - live to air and live on the street. If you've fallen head over heels for the fresh manic excitement that only Fringe NZ exudes then you're just gonna drool over this Breakfast radio spotlight which will not only have you being up on the people in the know, it will have you panting as they both perform and possibly partake in highly compromising situations. Make sure you've tuned in, got clean linen and a fresh hot water bottle - you're gonna need that and more for BREAKFAST IN BED!

Get cosy with the duvet delights of BREAKFAST IN BED A Radio Active 89FM Event

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