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Straight Man “Comes Out” on Twisted Radio

Twisted Media Straight Man “Comes Out” on Twisted Radio

Mistress Dirtbag gets an injection of Goodness with her new co-host Mr. Good, who will be “coming out” on the Resurrection Breakfast Show, on Monday 12th of December. Join the Mistress and Mr. Good week-days from 7am until 10am. on Twisted Radio, Auckland 107.7fm, Hamilton 107.5fm and online at

Discover if Mr. Good really is good, or if it’s all ploy to lull you into a false sense of air wave security. There will be the usual dose of Twisted News, rants and raves, magical foot tapping music, plus new and exciting competitions and entertainment to resurrect your day.

The Mistress and Mr. Good are kicking off the fun with an appearance at Random Republic on Saturday the 10th at Galatos in Auckland. Come and say Hi to the Mistress and Mr. Good on the night and check out the Resurrection Breakfast Blog for more details:

About Twisted

Twisted is a dance community and radio network currently broadcasting in Auckland and Hamilton, as well as online through a web-stream at What makes Twisted different is that it operates as a not for profit company. The Twisted listeners love the fact that there are no ad breaks during shows - just great quality music. Twisted is looking to support this growing independent radio network with events and show sponsorship opportunities. Contact for more details.


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