Sidmouth DJ fronts Bay FM’s Christmas breakfast show

PUBLISHED: 14:35 01 December 2010

Wacky Bay FM DJ Stuart 'Huggy' Hughes is gearing up for Christmas when Bay FM will broadcast on FM from December 18 until the 24th and also for his early morning breakfast show as illustrated by his pyjamas! Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 6613-47-10SH

Wacky Bay FM DJ Stuart 'Huggy' Hughes is gearing up for Christmas when Bay FM will broadcast on FM from December 18 until the 24th and also for his early morning breakfast show as illustrated by his pyjamas! Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exe 6613-47-10SH

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‘Huggy’ Hughes hosts maverick breakfast radio show

THERE will be a week of early wake-up calls later this month for wacky Bay FM DJ, Stuart ‘Huggy’ Hughes when the station returns to the airways for its first Christmas broadcast.

Operating from new premises in Exmouth, donated by Buildbase, on 107.9FM, the station will open for 24 hours a day from Saturday, December 18, until Christmas Eve.

Stuart will host the new 6am maverick breakfast show.

From 6pm each night, there will be specialist music programmes, one including interviews with key figures and performers on the Wednesday evening gig guide show.

For insomniacs, taxi drivers and other night workers, there will be programmes hosted by live presenters.

Station manager Andy Green said: “Following five successful broadcasts, which generated popular support, the station returns with its Christmas schedule, providing listeners with entertainment, information and hours of fun.”

The station will also be streamed in real time on the internet at: www.bayfm.co.uk.


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