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Polly & Grant to Launch on More FM Breakfast

Polly & Grant to Launch on More FM Breakfast Every Weekday in Wellington & Kapiti

Much-loved radio duo, Polly & Grant, will make a welcome return to Wellingtonians’ weekday mornings when they debut on More FM breakfast in the capital city and Kapiti Coast on Monday, 24th July 2017.
Polly & Grant’s new More FM Wellington & Kapiti breakfast show will air Monday to Fridays from 5.30am to 10am and the pair are delighted to be back on air in their old stomping ground: “Wellington radio was where it all began for us and we have always had a hugely loyal audience in the capital. It’s a genuine thrill for us to join the More FM team in our home town,” said Polly & Grant.
Listeners throughout New Zealand can tune in to The Rova All Day Breakfast with Polly & Grant every weekday from 6am via channel 0 on the rova app. Polly & Grant will also continue hosting their More FM Saturday morning breakfast show from 6am in Auckland, Wellington, Waikato, Tauranga, Rotorua, Hawkes Bay, Whanganui, Kapiti and Marlborough.
Tim Lockhart, General Manager of MediaWorks Wellington, said: “Industry names don't come much bigger than Polly & Grant and we are extremely excited to have them back where they belong on live and local, weekday breakfast radio here on Wellington and Kapiti's More FM.”

Leon Wratt, Group Content Director – Music, MediaWorks Radio, said: “We launched The Rova All Day Breakfast at the beginning of July and the show instantly established itself as number one on the rova app. New Zealanders love tuning in to Polly & Grant via rova and on More FM Saturday mornings but we know they have a particularly avid fan-base in Wellington so it makes sense to give them a regional home in the capital on More FM.”
More FM breakfast with Polly & Grant will be broadcast on the following frequencies:

More FM Wellington: 99.7 & 95.3
More FM Kapiti: 90.3

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