The Glasgow-based radio station formerly known as Saga – and now known as 105.2 Smooth Radio – has lured one of the best-known voices in the city, as its new breakfast show host.
John McCauley is moving from Clyde 2 to Smooth, which officially relaunches next Monday under its new brand.
McCauley has been hosting a mid-morning slot on Clyde 2 for 15 years. His radio career began 26 years ago, at West Sound, in Ayrshire. Smooth is aimed at older adults, with a broad mix of easy listening music from the last five decades – from Abba to The Beatles and Rod Stewart to The Carpenters.
Dave Marshall will continue to host the mid morning show (10am – 1pm) while Gerry Burke moves from evenings to afternoons (1-4pm). Bryce Curdy will move from afternoons to the Drivetime show (4-8pm) and John Darroch will host the evening show (8pm-12am) moving from his current late night slot.
Jackie Storrar joins the weekend line-up to host a new Sunday afternoon 70s show (1-4pm). An experienced presenter, Jackie is also a singer and is currently recording an album. A new soul music show, hosted by Mike Marwick, will feature in the Saturday evening schedule and replaces the current Friday night soul programme.
Says head of presentation, Gerry Burke: “Smooth Radio will be a vibrant station with entertaining presenters targeted at the baby boomer generation in Glasgow and beyond. The music will be a mix of easy listening classics both from our listener’s youth and recent years.”
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