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Max and Vince set to get a little less sleepy

July 15, 2016


Max and Vince set to get a little less sleepy

With the departure of our beloved Morning Glory host, Esther MacIntyre, we’ve deemed it wise to implement a bit of a shake up to our morning schedule. bFM Breakfast with Max and Vince will move to the new time slot of 7 to 10.

“I’m looking forward to waking up later and spending an extra hour in my plush dressing gown.” said Vince while sheepishly chewing on a brunch bar and yawning like a maniac. “I also can’t wait to perform for the 9-10 crowd for the first time. I’ve heard great things, and checking the text machine, it seems like there are very few munters tuning in at that time of the day.”

Our award winning* Morning Glory show will continue in the condensed time slot of 10 to 12. Both shows will continue pumping out the guests and features you know and love, though some may be shuffled about for the sake of convenience. Basically though, it’s gonna be just as good as ever.

The changes begin this Monday, July 18th.


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