Radio TAB Sports Breakfast Show now seven days

Radio TAB extends its Sports Breakfast Show to seven days a week.

Radio TAB has revamped its weekend format with new recruit Peter Psaltis (from 4BC) and Paul Sawtell host from 5am – 7am.

 

The weekend show will be an extension of the weekday format, providing latest news, expert insights, betting updates and special guests, while the weekday show will continue in its regular 5am – 8am timeslot, hosted by John McCoy with both Peter Psaltis and Paul Sawtell alternating.

“There’s a great energy in the place with a new weekend sports show to kick off 2015”, said 4TAB Program Director Tony Clements (pictured).

“While traditionally we’ve purely been a racing broadcaster, the weekday sports show has grown a loyal following and our listeners have expressed interest in having greater sports coverage over the weekend, when the majority of sport takes place.

“We’ve taken that feedback on board and reshaped the programming to reflect our listeners changing preferences.”

James Clarke also joins as a producer, as well as providing on air support in news and across social media.

Clements said the racing programming would remain largely unchanged, with the Saturday format streamlined to a more convenient listening format.

“We think listeners will like the addition of the ‘Quaddie Club’ at 10am, with selections from our expert panel across Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide markets.”

RadioTAB is available through the Tatts.com app or local frequencies can be found online

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Damian
9 Jun 2017 - 6:20 am

What about private steer ? What a finishing burst she had !

Michael Casey
11 Jun 2017 - 9:12 pm

NRL SUNDAY RANT
Who is sick of watching players after they get flogged laugh and joke with the opposition straight after the game ? What ever happened to being shitty after a loss?
This is what happened …..
Players today have no consequences for a loss, win or lose they still get paid their contracted dollars . We seriously have to think about going back to the past to get an even contest on both sides . Every player should get a sign on fee on a scaled basis ( for the AFL and soccer people reading, that means better the player better their sign on fee) then be paid match payments per win , if they don’t win, don’t get paid .Then a bonus system if their team makes the final series and individual representative duties . This would make players play for their fortune , let them be countable for their actions on the field ( not the coach that always seemed to be made the scape goat).
A fortune is spent on gambling on the NRL each week. A lot of times it’s the fans and the mug punter that’s not getting a fair go cause of lack lustre give a shit attitude of players. Make them earn their keep to give the game the strongest and fairest competition
( and for the record I didn’t lose money on the punt this weekend)

Vicki Green
28 Jun 2017 - 8:04 am

Is there still a best of American sport segment?

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