FIVEaa announces new on-air line up

FIVEaa has announced the station’s new on-air line up which will launch in October.

David Penberthy will be joined by Will Goodings, former host of the FIVEaa afternoon show, as FIVEaa’s Breakfast team. Jane Reilly will be heard with Penberthy and Goodings until her retirement from breakfast radio at the end of this year.
Replacing Will Goodings in afternoons from 12pm to 4pm will be radio legend, Jeremy Cordeaux who has most recently been hosting the top rating Nights program from 8pm to midnight.
Experienced broadcaster Alan Hickey will step into the role of Nights announcer on FIVEaa. After an extensive media career that has seen Alan work at both a national and local level in both television and radio, Alan’s depth of understanding of the FIVEaa audience as well as his connection to all things in South Australia make him the ideal host for Nights on FIVEaa.
Mark Aiston will move from weekday Breakfast into a new weekend lifestyle program on Saturday and Sunday mornings 6am to 9am with Adelaide favourite, Michael Keelan.
Leon Byner will continue to lead the conversation in the FIVEaa weekday morning show from 9am to 12pm, setting the agenda for business and politics in South Australia.
In Drive, Stephen ‘Rowey’ Rowe and Mark ‘Bicks’ Bickley will continue to deliver the number one Drive Sports Show in Adelaide from 4pm to 7pm weekdays.
Craig Munn, FIVEaa Program Director said “We’ve identified a fantastic opportunity to re-align our programs to best meet the needs of our listeners. We’re looking forward to producing some dynamic and entertaining radio for the Adelaide audience.”

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