Kfm 94.5 has unveiled the details of the station’s rebooted line-up, with a big focus on daytime shows, which will take effect in June 2018.
Popular TV personality Tracey Lange has been lured back into radio by the station and she will host her new show, Mid-mornings with Tracey from 9:00 – 12:00 weekdays.
“I love Kfm’s world-class approach to broadcasting and when the opportunity to lend my voice to daytime radio on a station which perfectly marries entertainment and a sense of community came up, I could not resist. I look forward to creating a fresh sound for workplace listeners,” said Tracey Lange.
Kfm stalwart, Ryan O’ Connor will follow Tracey Lange from 12:00 – 15:00 weekdays and will lead listeners into their drive home. He will also host the popular Saturday breakfast show from 7:00 -10:00, where listeners can expect a fresh mix of music, interviews with local personalities and everything else you want to know for a feel great Saturday.
“The move to lunchtime radio is a fantastic opportunity to grow the listenership in that space and the addition of a Saturday morning show, with a massive active lifestyle focus, is a welcome change to my weekly routine,” said Ryan O’ Connor.
Other changes include the extension of Flash Drive with Carl Wastie, which will start an hour earlier from 15:00 – 17:00 weekdays. Late night host Andy Maqondwana will also take to the microphone on Sunday mornings from 7:00 -10:00.
The station bids farewell to Sechaba G who will be pursuing her television interests and Ian Bredenkamp who left the station in April to work on his music management business full-time.
“Great storytelling, relatable presenters who our listeners love, and the best mix of music are key to our offering on the station. We are extremely excited to welcome Tracey Lange to the Kfm family, and at the same time Ryan O’Connor into Saturday mornings with his new lifestyle-focused weekend show.” said Stephen Werner, Kfm 94.5 Programme Manager.
“Kfm has undergone some significant changes in the last twelve months and these current inclusions are the final step to ensuring the station offers the best in talent, music and entertainment, “explains Trish Taylor, CEO or Primedia Broadcasting Western Cape.
The new Kfm 94.5 line-up will take effect from June 2018.