by / July 24th, 2008 /

Phantom 105.2 announce new morning schedule

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Phantom 105.2 have announced a new morning schedule and the new line-up includes Channel 6 NightShift presenter Michelle Doherty, Sinéad Ní Mhórda, Richie McCormack and Charlotte Flood. The new schedule will air on Monday 28th July.

From the press release:

The breakfast show, Pure Morning, which will run from 7am-10am, will be hosted by well known DJ, Richie McCormack, supported by Charlotte Flood. Richie has worked with Phantom 105.2 since 2002 and for the past two years. Pure Morning will keep you up to date with news, sport, traffic and weather without overdoing it. Pure Morning will tell you not only about the best gigs to invest your time on but will review the ones from the night before. There will be music related features like the Phantom Firstplay and listener challenges like word games, song title quizzes mixed with great conversation. Charlotte is new to Phantom and joins the station from XFM in South Wales.

Michelle Doherty, who also presents Channel 6’s late night interactive music show -Nightshift’, will present -Finest Worksongs’ from 10am-Noon. Michelle will bring her love and knowledge of the alternative music scene to deliver great music for those at work. The programme will also be full of trivia, music features and essential news.

Front Row with Sinéad Ní Mhórdha will air from Noon – 2pm and bring listeners music, entertainment news, interviews and sessions from top quality artists. The programme will contain the best parts of Access All Areas and new elements which cover all aspects of entertainment.

Ger Roe, CEO, Phantom 105.2 said, ‘We’re coming up to our two year anniversary and we pride ourselves on listening to our audience and delivering what they want. We’ve decided to revamp our breakfast and morning schedule to bring our listeners a mix of new talent and old favourites in an exciting new combination.’

  • Oh thank fucking God for that. No Sinister Pete in the morning when I listen to Phantom most. The worst fucking DJ known to man will no longer infect my brain thoughts with his drivelling.
    WOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO