Radio show – LKRLT http://lkrlt.org/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 10:11:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://lkrlt.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-11-150x150.png Radio show – LKRLT http://lkrlt.org/ 32 32 Joe Reinagel joins Jason Minnix on local ESPN radio show The Blitz https://lkrlt.org/joe-reinagel-joins-jason-minnix-on-local-espn-radio-show-the-blitz/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 10:04:27 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/joe-reinagel-joins-jason-minnix-on-local-espn-radio-show-the-blitz/ Sports fans can recognize a new but familiar voice on the air. Longtime KENS sports presenter Joe Reinagel has returned to radio to continue living his dream of talking sports as he joins the afternoon sports show The Blitz. Reinagel, who has worked with KENS for 25 years, can be heard on The Blitz with […]]]>

Sports fans can recognize a new but familiar voice on the air. Longtime KENS sports presenter Joe Reinagel has returned to radio to continue living his dream of talking sports as he joins the afternoon sports show The Blitz.

Reinagel, who has worked with KENS for 25 years, can be heard on The Blitz with host Jason Minnix every Monday through Friday starting at 4 p.m., talking about everything from Spurs, Cowboys and select sports. secondary school.

He says this is an exciting and additional opportunity for him as he started his radio career in 1993 in New Braunfels at KGNB station. That, his friendship, and his past work with Minnix provide a natural chemistry between the two that makes the transition easier, he says.


“Being able to get back to it and talk about sport for three hours a day is a dream come true,” says Reinagel.

Minnix and Reinagel’s first show that aired on January 3 went very well, he says.

“It went a lot easier, I think, than we both thought,” said Reinagel.

Minnix is ​​excited about the years of experience and insight Reinagel brings to The Blitz, but it’s again working with Reinagel that makes him happy.

“It’s just working with a good friend,” says Minnix. “Joe and I have been good friends for a very long time.”

Minnix used to host the ESPN-owned San Antonio Sports Star show with Rob Thompson and he says it was bittersweet when Thompson appeared on the R&R in the Morning show with co-host Rudy Jay.

But Minnix says bringing Reinagel on board means an exciting new era for The Blitz.

You can still see Joe Reinagel on KENS.

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Reinagel, who can still be found during his usual KENS sports segment on the 10pm show, says when the opportunity was presented to him he knew he would take that extra gig.

He said KENS was “fantastic” about working with The Blitz when he told the station he wanted to take the opportunity. Now he hopes he can expand the sports coverage of the local high school.

“My first love, to be honest, is high school athletes and high school sports,” Reinagel said. “And so that’s something that I really hope to get into and be able to develop with this show.”

The Blitz can be heard online or ESPN AM 1250 or 94.5 FM. You might even see MySA’s Madalyn Mendoza on the show.




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Live with the Red Wolves basketball radio show kicking off Monday https://lkrlt.org/live-with-the-red-wolves-basketball-radio-show-kicking-off-monday/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 21:13:23 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/live-with-the-red-wolves-basketball-radio-show-kicking-off-monday/ History links JONESBORO, Ark. (1/2/22) – The basketball radio show “Live with the Red Wolves”, presented by the Arkansas Department of Health and featuring the two men’s basketball coaches of the ‘State of Arkansas Mike Podcast and interim head coach of women’s basketball Destiny Rogers, will debut in 2022 on Monday, January 3. The hour-long […]]]>

JONESBORO, Ark. (1/2/22) – The basketball radio show “Live with the Red Wolves”, presented by the Arkansas Department of Health and featuring the two men’s basketball coaches of the ‘State of Arkansas Mike Podcast and interim head coach of women’s basketball Destiny Rogers, will debut in 2022 on Monday, January 3.

The hour-long program will air eight times during the months of January and February and will spotlight A-State’s women’s and men’s programs for the first time since 2017.

“Our popular Live with the Red Wolves radio show provides an exceptional platform in a wonderful location to celebrate the success of our programs and student-athletes, so we are thrilled with the opportunity this year to feature our basketball teams. -women’s and men’s ball at the show, “said vice chancellor of state A for intercollegiate athletics Tom bowen.

The show can be heard live from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the original KFIN 107.9 FM station and select affiliates of the EAB Red Wolves Sports Network every Monday in January and February, except February 14, when The Arkansas State baseball program will hold its annual Grand Slam banquet.

The weekly radio show will air at Lost Pizza Co., located at 906 Southwest Drive in Jonesboro. Fans are encouraged to take the opportunity to hear from Rogers and Balado, as well as players from each team, while enjoying the great food and atmosphere provided at Lost Pizza Co.

“It’s always a great experience to get together in front of our fans and talk about Red Wolves basketball at Lost Pizza Co., so we couldn’t be more excited to start another year of Live with the Red Wolves, ”Balado said. “We look forward to showcasing our programs and our student-athletes both in person and on the radio. “

The women’s basketball program will run from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and the men’s program from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The eight shows scheduled for the season will take place on January 3, 10, 17, 24 and 24. February 31 and 7, 21 and 28.

“I’m really excited to stand in front of the community and talk about the great things that are happening in our program,” said Rogers. “I appreciate the opportunity for the community to get to know me and our student-athletes better, and the way we do in the program. “

A-State commentator Matt Stolz, “The Voice of the Red Wolves,” will host the program. Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions of Rogers, Balado and Red Wolves student-athletes.


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The new Converge radio show offers a sneak peek at … https://lkrlt.org/the-new-converge-radio-show-offers-a-sneak-peek-at/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 16:08:00 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/the-new-converge-radio-show-offers-a-sneak-peek-at/ ON THE WAVES: Jordan Duroe, Host of Farewell transmission on Converge Radio, lends its expertise of the genre to its new show. Country music might not be for you, but a new local radio show can show you it’s deeper than it looks. “Farewell Transmission” is a new hour-long weekly radio show focused on alternative […]]]>

ON THE WAVES: Jordan Duroe, Host of Farewell transmission on Converge Radio, lends its expertise of the genre to its new show.

Country music might not be for you, but a new local radio show can show you it’s deeper than it looks.

“Farewell Transmission” is a new hour-long weekly radio show focused on alternative and American country music, which airs 5-6 p.m. every Monday on Converge Radio 101.9FM. Host Jordan Duroe said the show’s hope is to show fans of local festivals Country Jam, Country Fest, Blue Ox and Eaux Claires that there is more out there than there is at the commercial radio.

“I think that a unique thing about country music is that it’s a genre that maybe more than any other speaks about our weaknesses, our shortcomings and our struggles as human beings of a real way, ”said Duroe. “He does so, however, more often than not with a sense of underlying resolve and resilience. I think it’s important not to be shy about talking about these things, and that’s why I think the show is worth doing and this area of ​​music is worth highlighting and celebrating.

“One thing that is unique about country music is that it is a genre that perhaps more than any other speaks about our weaknesses, flaws and struggles as human beings in a real way.”

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Throughout “Farewell Transmission” Duroe plays music from Tyler Childers, Jason Isbell, Willie Nelson and everything in between. He said the music played on the show will be something accessible to fans of the country genre, but will also push people out of their usual listening habits.

Specialty shows are an important aspect of Converge Radio, said Duroe, as they allow underserved genres to lounge in the limelight.

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“There’s already an eclectic mix of music in Converge Radio’s normal playlist, but it’s important to set aside some time to shine the spotlight on a specific genre,” said Duroe. “It exposes listeners to a style of music that they might not have given the chance otherwise.”

Station manager Cullen Ryan said that the airing of specialty shows such as “Farewell Transmission” are just one piece of the big Converge Radio puzzle the station is putting together to invigorate local radio audiences in the Chippewa Valley.

“There is clearly a huge hunger for the arts and music in the Chippewa Valley,” Ryan said. “We have 15-20 people working really hard behind the scenes to bring you some really cool and exciting things very soon.”


You can listen to “Farewell Transmission” Mondays 5-6 p.m. on Converge Radio 101.9FM and online at convergeradio.org.


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Pittsburgh Native Comes Home With Syndicated Radio Show https://lkrlt.org/pittsburgh-native-comes-home-with-syndicated-radio-show/ Wed, 22 Dec 2021 15:40:54 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/pittsburgh-native-comes-home-with-syndicated-radio-show/ PITTSBURGH, PA – It’s kind of back to basics. Woody Fife, from Pittsburgh, will have his morning radio show airing nationally on local airwaves starting next month “The Woody Show” will debut on alternative rock station 105.9 The X on January 4, the station announced Wednesday. The show will take place during the week from […]]]>

PITTSBURGH, PA – It’s kind of back to basics. Woody Fife, from Pittsburgh, will have his morning radio show airing nationally on local airwaves starting next month

“The Woody Show” will debut on alternative rock station 105.9 The X on January 4, the station announced Wednesday. The show will take place during the week from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.

The station describes “The Woody Show” as a highly interactive and socially engaged event
radio. The show stars Woody with co-hosts Ravey, Greg Gory, Menace and Sebas.

“The entire 105.9 The X family is delighted to welcome Woody back to Pittsburgh,” Abby Krizner, program director and host of the current morning show, told the station’s website. “Woody and his team join a solid lineup with Mark Madden in the afternoon, the best rock and alternative for Pittsburgh, and our unrivaled coverage and broadcast of the Pittsburgh Penguins.”

Fife said his roots in Pittsburgh run deep.

“I was conceived, born and, like Mark Cuban, graduated from high school in Mount Lebanon,” he said. “I’m bleeding in black and gold. My radio career started as an intern at B-94 and continues at 105.9 The X.”

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Arkansas native country singer Justin Moore joins Little Rock morning radio show https://lkrlt.org/arkansas-native-country-singer-justin-moore-joins-little-rock-morning-radio-show/ Wed, 22 Dec 2021 09:18:58 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/arkansas-native-country-singer-justin-moore-joins-little-rock-morning-radio-show/ Multiplatinum country singer Justin Moore used to have his songs on the radio. Now the Poyen native will be an on-air personality as he joins the morning car show on Little Rock radio station KABZ-FM, 103.7, “The Buzz”. Moore will team up with longtime Buzz personalities David Bazzel, Roger Scott and RJ Hawk on December […]]]>

Multiplatinum country singer Justin Moore used to have his songs on the radio.

Now the Poyen native will be an on-air personality as he joins the morning car show on Little Rock radio station KABZ-FM, 103.7, “The Buzz”.

Moore will team up with longtime Buzz personalities David Bazzel, Roger Scott and RJ Hawk on December 30 for the debut of “Morning Mayhem”.

The singer, whose hits include “Small Town USA”, https: //www.nwaonline.com/news/2021/dec/22/arkansas-native-country-singer-justin-moore-joins/ “The Ones That Didn ‘t Make It Back Home “and” Why We Drink “arrive on board after longtime host Tommy Smith announced his retirement on December 14. 29.

Moore will make his first appearance as co-host on a remote broadcast from Tampa, Fla., The site of the Arkansas Razorbacks’ 2022 Outback Bowl game with the Penn State Nittany Lions, according to a press release.

“Long before my success in country music, I was a die-hard all-sports fan of the Arkansas Razorback,” Moore said in the release. “Growing up in Arkansas, you learn to love the Razorbacks very early on. No matter what part of the state you are from, you were born calling the Hogs. Now I have a way to talk about my team.”

Justin Acri, the managing director of the radio station, said that Moore “is known the world over for his music, but he is very proud to be from Arkansas. The energy on the morning radio. “


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Country singer Justin Moore to join Little Rock morning radio show https://lkrlt.org/country-singer-justin-moore-to-join-little-rock-morning-radio-show/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 18:23:00 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/country-singer-justin-moore-to-join-little-rock-morning-radio-show/ Multi-platinum country singer Justin Moore is used to having his songs on the radio. Now the Poyen native will be an on-air personality as he joins the morning car show on Little Rock radio station KABZ-FM, 103.7, “The Buzz”. Moore will team up with longtime Buzz personalities David Bazzel, Roger Scott and RJ Hawk on […]]]>

Multi-platinum country singer Justin Moore is used to having his songs on the radio. Now the Poyen native will be an on-air personality as he joins the morning car show on Little Rock radio station KABZ-FM, 103.7, “The Buzz”.

Moore will team up with longtime Buzz personalities David Bazzel, Roger Scott and RJ Hawk on December 30 for the debut of “Morning Mayhem”.

The singer, whose hits include “Small Town USA”, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” and “Why We Drink”, arrives on board after longtime host Tommy Smith announced his retirement on December 14. “The Show With No Name,” which he directed for 17 years, will take place on December 29.

Moore will make his first appearance as co-host on a remote broadcast from Tampa, Fla., The site of the Arkansas Razorbacks’ 2022 Outback Bowl game with the Penn State Nittany Lions, according to a press release.

“Long before my success in country music, I was a die-hard all-sports fan of the Arkansas Razorback,” Moore said in the release. “Growing up in Arkansas, you learn to love the Razorbacks very early on. No matter what part of the state you are from, you were born calling the Hogs. Now I have an outlet to talk about my team.

Justin Acri, managing director of the radio station, said Moore “is known the world over for his music, but most of all he is proud to be from Arkansas. He has an international fan following him on multiple platforms which we believe will help grow our audience and bring energy to morning radio.


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The Edge Radio Show – The Gift That Keeps Giving https://lkrlt.org/the-edge-radio-show-the-gift-that-keeps-giving/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/the-edge-radio-show-the-gift-that-keeps-giving/ Hosts: Ron Tunick and Scott Harries Topic: The gift that keeps on giving Guest: Jeff Slakey and Aaron Schmookler The Edge Radio Show – The Gift That Keeps Giving – December 21, 2021 In this episode of The Edge on KHTS AM 1220 and FM 98.1, our hosts Coach Ron Tunick and Scott Harries chat […]]]>

Hosts: Ron Tunick and Scott Harries

Topic: The gift that keeps on giving

Guest: Jeff Slakey and Aaron Schmookler

The Edge Radio Show – The Gift That Keeps Giving – December 21, 2021

In this episode of The Edge on KHTS AM 1220 and FM 98.1, our hosts Coach Ron Tunick and Scott Harries chat with their guest, Jeff Slakey. Coach and Scott start the show by chatting with Jeff and Aaron about the Christmas theme. Aaron and Jeff have different ways of celebrating the holidays and they share what their families are up to. Coach and Scott give their thoughts on the holidays and give some Christmas cheer.

Later in the series, Coach, Scott, Jeff, and Aaron talk about Christmas. Hear Coach, Scott, Jeff and Aaron talk about Christmas, business, and joy.

To listen to the podcast, click here!

What Makes a Small Business an Empire? What makes athletes Olympians? What brings artists, from underground musicians to full-fledged rock stars? What can even strengthen your relationships at home, at work, and in the world? The answer is: your ‘benefit’. Finding it separates you from the rest of the competition. What does finding your “benefit” even mean? We’re here to tell you.

The Edge is a weekly hour-long radio show that describes what it takes to be more successful than the masses. Tune in every Friday at 11:00 a.m. as Scott Harries and Ron Tunick are joined by an engaging guest who will talk about: their paths to prosperity, how they bounced back from their failures (and learned from their mistakes) and discovered the “Edge” which allowed them to fly away.

Be sure to take notes – you’ll be sure to gain advice that will help you find the “edge” in your life.

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Winterton man picks up his own national radio show on Hits Radio Pride https://lkrlt.org/winterton-man-picks-up-his-own-national-radio-show-on-hits-radio-pride/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 06:01:36 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/winterton-man-picks-up-his-own-national-radio-show-on-hits-radio-pride/ A man from Winterton will present his own show on a national LGBTQ + radio station in London. Ben Johns, 23, was announced as the winner of Hits Radio Pride’s Future Star award last month after reaching the bottom eight in a nationwide competition. Launched in August, the contest asked aspiring presenters to submit demos […]]]>

A man from Winterton will present his own show on a national LGBTQ + radio station in London.

Ben Johns, 23, was announced as the winner of Hits Radio Pride’s Future Star award last month after reaching the bottom eight in a nationwide competition.

Launched in August, the contest asked aspiring presenters to submit demos to win the opportunity to present their own show on Hits Radio Pride.

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Ben received the most public votes of the last eight and won the contest.

He now hosts his own show every Sunday in December from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. from the top of BT Tower in London.

Ben, a member of the LGBTQ + community, even received an endorsement from Kylie Minogue on her Instagram page during her campaign.

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Ben Johns, from Winterton to Scunthorpe, hosts his show every Sunday between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Hits Radio Pride

Hits Radio Pride was launched last year and is the UK’s first dedicated LGBTQ + radio station by a major broadcaster.

Ben was immensely proud to have won Hits Radio Pride’s Future Star award.

He said: “I still can’t believe I won.

“Having the support of my friends, family, the folks in Winterton and even Kylie Minogue meant so much thank you to everyone who voted for me.

“One of my goals in 2021 was to host my own radio show and to have realized that is so gratifying and I hope that winning Future Star marks the start of a successful career as a presenter.”

The Winterton man enjoys his job as a proud radio presenter and feels that his love of music and presentation has brought him to where he is today.

He told Scunthorpe Live: “I’ve always wanted to work in the media industry.

“One of my first brushes came when I did an internship at the Scunthorpe Telegraph when I was in school.

“I’m a huge music fan and love to chat, so while studying at university I decided to get involved with my student radio station and decided that I really enjoyed presenting.



Ben received the support of none other than Kylie Minogue while campaigning to be the future star of Hits Radio Pride

“From there I started volunteering for the BBC in Birmingham and knew that was what I wanted to do.

“Three shows, I’m having the best time of my life and can’t wait to get even more involved in the New Year.”

Ben is really proud to be from Winterton, which is close to his heart.

He said: “Winterton is a very special place with a proper community atmosphere, and I will always be proud to be from North Lincolnshire.

“I have so many memories of growing up and living in the region.

“But I have to say some of my favorite times were going out for a night out in Scunthorpe.

“Bring back the Britannia nightclub.”

Ben says it’s important to educate the LGBTQ + community to encourage a better understanding of who people are and what they believe in.

Ben told Scunthorpe Live: “Diversity is a beautiful thing, if everyone was completely the same life would be very boring.

“I know this from growing up being gay in North Lincolnshire.

“I know it can be a little alienating at times when it feels like there isn’t such an easily accessible community to feel part of, and that’s why it’s so important to raise awareness and be an ally of the LGBTQ + community.

“The world is constantly changing, and some people have to accept this rather than be afraid.

“In my opinion, there is always room to do more work, but I have noticed a positive development on the part of the society at large, which accepts and supports the community.

“But there is always the option to take a moment to learn more about all aspects of the LGBTQ + community.”

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Celtic DJ Suzie McGuire AXED from the radio show after appearing to sing “F *** the Huns” in the cup final https://lkrlt.org/celtic-dj-suzie-mcguire-axed-from-the-radio-show-after-appearing-to-sing-f-the-huns-in-the-cup-final/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/celtic-dj-suzie-mcguire-axed-from-the-radio-show-after-appearing-to-sing-f-the-huns-in-the-cup-final/ DJ SUZIE McGuire was FOCUSed on her radio gig after appearing to sing “F *** the Huns” in the Celtic Cup final victory yesterday. The Celtic-daft presenter was dumped by Nation Radio after sharing a video of the Hampden stands as Celtic defeated Hibs 2-1 in the Premier Sports Cup final. 2 Suzie McGuire was […]]]>

DJ SUZIE McGuire was FOCUSed on her radio gig after appearing to sing “F *** the Huns” in the Celtic Cup final victory yesterday.

The Celtic-daft presenter was dumped by Nation Radio after sharing a video of the Hampden stands as Celtic defeated Hibs 2-1 in the Premier Sports Cup final.

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In the now-deleted video, a woman can be heard singing “F *** the Huns” to the tune of “Merry Christmas Everyone” by Shakin ‘Stevens.

Nation Radio bosses confirmed this morning that McGuire – who hosted the morning show – had been removed from their list of presenters after three years on the station.

In a statement, they said: “Nation Broadcasting confirms that Suzie McGuire no longer works for Nation Radio Scotland.”

The 51-year-old DJ posted several videos from her seat during Sunday’s game, including clips of her singing “Last Christmas” by Wham and “Let the People Sing” by The Wolfe Tones – for which she spoke. apologized for her “bad song”

She had previously shared a photo of an ice bucket full of beers and wine as she enjoyed the pre-game corporate hospitality at the stadium.

But the former Clyde 1 host has come under fire after posting the ‘shameful’ video, which was viewed thousands of times before being deleted.

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Footy fans took to McGuire’s Twitter page to express their anger, with some calling the video “utter embarrassment.”

One person said: “Absolute fanaticism and racism. Is it okay for normal people? Who would employ this woman in any form? It is shameful.

Another posted: “Absolute embarrassment from someone who is involved in the front lines of the media.”

A third wrote: “It is terrible”.


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Scotland’s leading anti-sectarian charity, Nil by Mouth, said the Tweet caused “a lot of anger” among football fans.

The spokesperson for Nil by Mouth said: “People have a responsibility for the things they say, sing and post online and this individual has clearly caused a lot of anger with his actions.

“It’s really depressing that anyone wants to celebrate a victory by chanting this kind of stupid stuff.”

In November 2016, the radio star was convicted of threatening to kill her ex-husband and girlfriend, but walked out of court.

Ms McGuire has been contacted for comment.

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Vogue Williams shocks fans as she leaves radio show https://lkrlt.org/vogue-williams-shocks-fans-as-she-leaves-radio-show/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 13:07:02 +0000 https://lkrlt.org/vogue-williams-shocks-fans-as-she-leaves-radio-show/ Vogue Williams devastated her radio listeners by announcing that she was leaving her Sunday morning show. The former model has worked with UK radio station Heart since 2020 and has often shared the fun she was having behind the scenes on her social media. However, Vogue decided to resume her Sundays for family time, thrilled […]]]>

Vogue Williams devastated her radio listeners by announcing that she was leaving her Sunday morning show.

The former model has worked with UK radio station Heart since 2020 and has often shared the fun she was having behind the scenes on her social media.

However, Vogue decided to resume her Sundays for family time, thrilled to have “lazy mornings with my babies” and her husband Spencer Matthews.

Vogue Williams devastated her radio listeners by announcing that she was leaving her Sunday morning show. Photo: Beretta / Sims / Shutterstock

Vogue posted a photo of herself on her Instagram account in the very familiar Heart studio, where she woke many sleeping heads on a Sunday morning.

“What a brilliant almost two years it’s been at @thisisheart,” she began.

“I’m leaving my Sunday morning show, but just heard the amazing news that my girlfriend and fabulous host @katrina_ridley is taking over!

“I love radio, loved working with Heart, but found it hard not to have days off most weeks. Sunday is going to be my day of relaxation, lazy mornings with my babies and Spen!

“The @global family is stuck with me and my podcasts though. I can miss my funny and excited v producer @petemayfm, never knew a scintillating person at 5am! All the fun with Petey Pie. ‘

“I love radio, loved working with Heart, but found it hard not to have days off most weeks. Sunday is going to be my day of relaxation, lazy mornings with my babies and Spen! ‘ Photo: Brett Cove / SOPA Images / REX / Shutterstock

Many of her friends applauded Vogue as she shared her decision, with her radio replacement Katrina Ridley writing, “We will miss you !!! Xxx but enjoy your late Sunday mornings! Text me. ‘

Meanwhile, her former producer Pete May left a cheeky comment on her post: “SMELL YA L8R [sic]. ‘

“Too bad they didn’t give you a time slot on weekdays or on Saturdays, you’re too good for 5 am on a Sunday,” one fan exclaimed.

Another urged Vogue to continue its podcasts – she hosts one with her husband Spencer and another with comedian Joanne McNally – with a lot of echoes. Photo: Vogue Williams / Instagram

Another urged Vogue to continue its podcasts – she hosts one with her husband Spencer and another with comedian Joanne McNally – with a lot of echoes.

Although the Dublin woman has quit radio, she could be back on the small screen alongside one of her podcast hosts.

Earlier this month, Joanne revealed that she and Vogue are hoping to “bully” a TV station into giving them their own TV series.



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