Drivetime Show

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Neil Fox (broadcaster) - Capital Radio
... Fox presented the station's evening show from 7.30-10pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays (sharing weekday evenings with Pat Sharp), where some of his first shows were broadcast only on ... He also presented a Saturday morning show ... In the very early 1990s, there was a short period in which Fox hosted a show starting at midnight on Saturday, specifically aimed at the club crowd ...
Classic Hits FM - Classic Hits Nationwide Network - Previous Nationwide Announcers
... Announcer Show Duration Reason for Leaving Last known station Grant Bailey Drivetime show 2000–2002 Went to breakfast on Easy Listening i PD at More FM Hawkes ... Breakfast Host on Waikato's Classic Hits 98.6 ZHFM Pat Courtenay Drivetime show 1998–1999 Breakfast Host on Radio Nova (Dublin, Ireland) Andrew Dickens Drivetime show 1999–2000 Moved to ... Andy Dye Night Show 1998–2000 Hosted Breakfast in Dunedin for Some Time until 2002, Now A Real Estate Agent In Auckland Pat Brittenden Friday Night Fever/Weekend Breakasts ...
Daryl Denham - Virgin Radio
... On 2 January 2002, Denham broadcast his first national show, as Virgin Radio snapped him up to present their 5 - 7pm Drivetime show from Monday. 2002, Denham presented the 6-10am Breakfast Show, after the sudden departure of Steve Penk, who was expected to take over the Drivetime show ... As Denham took over Breakfast, evening show presenters Pete Mitchell Geoff Lloyd (aka Pete Geoff) took the Drivetime show ...

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