Radio X Reveals Fresh New Schedule For Spring

Adam Brown Joins Radio X And The Station Announces A Huge New Sound For Weekends



Radio X has announced details of a Spring refresh to its schedule today (Thursday 30th April), with Adam Brown joining the station, a brand new sound for Friday and Saturday nights, as well as new shows for some of its best-loved presenters. The new schedule will launch this Monday 4th May.

Adam Brown will return to Global to host a weeknight show on Radio X. Adam previously hosted Drive on Capital Manchester before joining XS Manchester as the host of its Breakfast Show. From Monday 4th May, he’ll host a new show on Radio X, playing the biggest rock ‘n’ roll tunes and classic anthems every Monday – Thursday between 10pm – 1am.

After 20 years of hosting four nights a week, John Kennedy will bring his X-Posure show to a new weekend timeslot of Friday and Saturday nights, 11pm – 2am. One of the most trusted voices in music, John Kennedy has given generations of musicians their first break on the radio, from Adele to Mumford & Sons, and his X-Posure Album Playbacks are appointment listening for artist and listener alike.

Also new to weekends, The Radio X Indie Night will play non-stop rock ‘n’ roll floor-fillers every Friday and Saturday night from 7pm – 11pm, hosted by Rich Wolfenden, bringing indie club night vibes to listeners at home. The brand-new show will launch next Friday 8th May with a special Bank Holiday show featuring an exclusive broadcast of Arctic Monkeys’ 2014 Finsbury Park gig, Radio X Home Shows Presents Arctic Monkeys.

Elsewhere on the schedule, Elspeth Pierce returns from maternity leave to take on a brand-new Early Weekend Breakfast show every Saturday and Sunday from 6am – 8am. Rich Walters goes to five nights a week, bringing the tunes to overnights on Radio X from Monday to Friday, 1am – 4am. Michael Lavin will becomes the new host of 2am – 6am every Saturday and Sunday night.

Meanwhile George Godfrey will continue to deputise for Gordon Smart on the Radio X Evening Show, Monday – Thursday from 7pm – 10pm, while Gordon takes time off for vocal cord surgery. Jack Wood will continue to cover Gordon Smart’s 1pm – 4pm Sunday afternoon show, in addition to his regular Saturday afternoon 1pm – 4pm slot.

Radio X is available on 104.9 FM in London, 97.7 FM in Manchester and on digital radio right across the UK, on mobile via Global Player, online at or ask your smart speaker to “play Radio X”.


Source Global

May 1, 2020 12:05pm ET by Global  

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