FIVEaa, the new line-up

Staff Writer

Nova Entertainment has announced a number of changes to their Adelaide talk station, FIVEaa.

The first change from October will see David Penberthy joined by Will Goodings, to form  the new FIVEaa Breakfast team.

It follows Jane Reilly’s decision to exit breakfast radio. Jane will be part of the new show until she retires at the end of the year.

Replacing Will Goodings on  afternoons from 12pm to 4pm, will be radio legend Jeremy Cordeaux.

Jeremey will exit his top rating 8pm to midnight shift for FIVEaa. It will see Alan Hickey step into Nights. Alan joins the station having worked both nationally and at a local level in both television and radio.

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.”

Leon Byner will continue to lead the conversation in the FIVEaa weekday morning show from 9am to 12pm. 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.

In other changes, Mark Aiston will move from weekday Breakfast into a new weekend lifestyle program on Saturday and Sunday mornings 6am to 9am with Michael Keelan.

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