Lauren Laverne, Shaun Keaveny on BBC 6 Music’s breakfast show, it was announced.
The presenter, former singer of the Britpop band Kenickie, said the move in January 2019 of the station.
“Some news, boys, Breakfast means Breakfast,” said Laverne in a tweet announcing the shake-up.
Keaveny and his co-presenter Matt Everitt move to the afternoon, and wherein the slot occupied by Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie.
In return, you will be on the weekend Breakfast, while Mary Anne Hobbs is the day of the week promoted in mid-morning.
Laverne is one of the most popular presenters on the digital-only station, signing 1.06 million daily listeners, only slightly behind Keaveny audience of 1.07 million.
The star, who currently earns £230,000 – £239,999 per year, also provides Late-Night Woman’s Hour on Radio 4 and anchor the BBC’s coverage of Glastonbury, as well as swimming Pool and lifestyle website aimed at women.
If she moves back to the Breakfast, you get an extra half hour in bed in comparison to its predecessor, with the show starting at 7:30 PM.
“I’m so excited about our new show,” she said in a statement.
“What brings the day for our listeners, we want you to come ready to tell it with a fantastic selection of music and guests, which is worth something. I can’t wait to get started!”
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