Classic Hits Nationwide Network
Classic Hits is an AC radio station.
The new station line up changed as of the 23rd of July 2012 from this day Classic Hits will changed from the traditional Breakfast, Daytime, Drive lineup to insert an additional afternoon show between 4pm and 7pm. The station line up is:
|Breakfast||Monday - Friday 6am - 9am||Local Breakfast Show with nationwide news every 30 minutes with James Williams followed by sport, weather and cancellations. Some regions read out their own local news bulletins (in addition to the nationwide bulletin) as well as local sport. Weather and cancellations are read out locally in all regions.|
|Network Breakfast||Monday - Friday 6am - 9am||A live networked breakfast show presented by Andy Mack. The show is separate from the local Auckland breakfast show and broadcast from a second studio. It is often taken by markets where presenters are on holiday. There are some local elements to the show, in that the host in Auckland pre-records two local voice breaks per hour exclusively for each region taking the network show that day, talking about happenings in the area. Apart from this, all other voice breaks are the same across all regions taking the Network breakfast.|
|Morning||Monday - Friday 9am - 12pm||Peter Dakin|
|Daytime||Monday - Friday 12pm - 4pm||Jason "J.T." Tikao|
|Drive||Monday - Friday 4pm - 7pm||Jason Gunn & Dave Fitzgerald broadcast from Christchurch.|
|Night||Monday - Friday 7pm - 12am||Estelle Clifford At Night|
|Saturday Breakfast||Saturdays 6am-9am||A pre-recorded show from the Classic Hits Christchurch studios. The drive team of Jason Gunn and Dave Fitzgerald present Saturday mornings, bringing to the network highlights of the drive show from the week. Prior to Jase and Dave presenting their show nationwide the Saturday morning show was highlights of the Christchurch breakfast show. Stations in some markets used to be able to choose to opt out of this programme and air their own local Saturday Breakfast show, however now all stations air this show.|
|Sunday Breakfast||Sundays 6am-9am||A pre-recorded show from the Classic Hits Auckland studios. The Auckland Breakfast team of Jason Reeves, Stacey Morrison and Justin Brown present Sunday mornings, bringing to the network highlights of their local breakfast show from the week.|
|The Classic Weekend||Saturdays & Sundays 9am-2pm||This show, hosted by experienced broadcaster John "J.D." Dunstan features music and prizes across the weekend.|
|Weekend Afternoons||Saturdays 2pm-6pm, Sundays 2pm-7pm||Continuation of music and prizes across the weekend. Hosted by either Night show host Estelle Clifford or Guy Parsons on Saturdays, and either afternoon show host Jason "J.T." Tikao or network breakfast host Gareth Lischner on Sundays.|
|Sunday Nights||Sundays 7pm-midnight||Sunday nights are pre-recorded, and presented by Blair Dowling or Mark Bramley.|
|Saturday Night Party Mix||Saturday 6pm - Sunday 2am||Saturday Night commercial free, announcer free party music show. This show is also broadcast on public holidays, regardless of the day in the same timeframe.|
Overnight (between 12am-6am) the station is automated.
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