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Radio Live Launches New Early Morning Show

Radio Live Launches New Early Morning Show


Radio Live First at Five will launch on Tuesday 7th February – this 5-6am show will be hosted by broadcaster, James Coleman.

Coleman says he is looking forward to being at the helm of this brand new show aside from one aspect, “I am not too excited about my new wake-up call.”

Radio Live First at Five will feature everything from local and international news, business, international correspondents, interviews and also essential information like full NZ weather and marine forecasts.

Jana Rangooni, General Manger – Talk Brands, says:

“The show is aimed at the growing numbers of New Zealanders, from all walks of life, who are up before 6am. We see this as an opportunity to provide something our competitors are not doing.”

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