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Jase and PJ Move to Weekends on ZM

Friday 18 January 2019

Listeners to Get an Extra Hour of Bree and Clint on Air

18 January 2019 – Jase and PJ are back on ZM for 2019, with ‘Jase & PJ’s Weekend Breakfast’ airing Saturday and Sunday mornings, 6am-9am.

Featuring their best content from the week and new bits just for their Kiwi fans, listeners can catch their awkward antics even though they’re over the ditch.

The pair, who moved to Australia last year, are still much loved by their New Zealand fans who continue to follow them on both ZM and their social media accounts.

With the move to weekends, Bree and Clint on Drive will be bringing listeners an extra hour of chaos every afternoon as they return to air with the new show time of 3pm-7pm.

Bree is an Australian export who grew up in country Queensland on an apple farm, while Clint is a born and bred Kiwi, originally calling Rotorua home.

Since the show debuted in July, Clint has carried Bree around in a Taylor Swift-esque sack, Bree has given Clint a perm and the pair have hosted New Zealand’s first Bisexular.

Listeners will also know Bree by her social media handles – she has hundreds of thousands of followers, one of whom is Channing Tatum who had this to say about her and her family.

Ross Flahive, Content Director for ZM says the pair always have great banter on air and have really hit their stride over the past six or so months. “Bree and Clint are both incredibly talented in their own rights, and make for great radio when they’re together. We are excited for them to move into a longer time slot in the afternoons; as long as they promise not to play any more Whitney Houston songs.

“Jase and PJ are still very much part of the ZM family and we are excited to have them in this time slot to bring laughs and antics to the weekend.”

Bree and Clint will return to ZM Drive on Monday 21 January.


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