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In The Hot Seat For Auckland’s MORE FM

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Wednesday 30 July 2008


Brian Mcfadden – In The Hot Seat For Auckland’s MORE FM

With 91.8 MORE FM’s regular breakfast team on annual leave, MORE FM have confirmed Brian McFadden - former Westlife member and now solo artist -will be in the hot seat, broadcasting for three-days (Monday 4 August – Wednesday 6 August) from the Auckland studio and making a major announcement on Monday morning.

Brian won’t be alone, hosting with the glamorous Shavaughn Ruakere from 6am every morning. Brian is no stranger to the early start, having recently completed a stint as the national breakfast co-host for the top rating Today Network in Australia.

Earlier this year Brian came to New Zealand, visiting MORE FM’s regular breakfast hosts Kim & Corbett. He was an instant hit with MORE FM’s listeners, with an unprecedented response to a competition to “Win Brian McFadden at your Workplace”.

The cheeky request for Brian to host breakfast was made soon after. He said yes.

Tune in Monday 4 August for Brian on breakfast, from 6am on Auckland 91.8 MORE FM.

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