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Mistress Dirtbag Whips up a Resurrection Breakfast

Mistress Dirtbag Whips up a Resurrection Breakfast

Mistress Dirtbag Whips up a Resurrection Breakfast on Twisted Radio
Press Release: Twisted Media

New Zealand's naughtiest female breakfast host is back on the air waves. Join Mistress Dirtbag for the Resurrection Breakfasts, from 8am until 10am Week-days on Twisted Radio. Serving up a morning dose of Twisted news, musical interludes and rants & raves. Tune in to 107.7FM Auckland, 107.5FM Hamilton or listen live or to the Resurrection Breakfasts show archive at www.twisted.co.nz/radio

The Mistress is kicking off her re-launch with 2 fabulously Saucy Prize
Packs thanks to Video Expo (www.videoexpo.co.nz). There is one for the boys and one for the girls and they are definitely not safe for work. Check out the Resurrection Breakfasts blog at http://mistressdirtbag.blogspot.com for details on how to enter and win.

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
www.twisted.co.nz. 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 annie@twisted.co.nz for more details.


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