Singapore, 19 March 2010 – 91.3FM’s ‘The Married Men’ will move to the 6am to 10am Morning Drive timeslot from next Monday, 22 March.
In this new timeslot, The Married Men will offer listeners an even more exciting aural experience, with great music and loads of laughs.
“Get ready to wake up, Singapore. You are in for the ride of your life!” exclaimed veteran radio personality, Rod Monteiro, who helms The Married Men.
Veteran DJ Jeremy Ratnam & Entertainer Cheryl Miles will take over the 5-8pm timeslot, but 91.3FM hasn't forgotten The Married Men's evening fans and you'll be able to catch the best bits from each morning's show weeknights between 7pm and 8pm in The Married Men Platinum Edition!
The station’s Marketing Director, Dawn Lee, said: "We are continuously revamping and reinventing. Mornings will never be the same again, as we aim to deliver non-stop fun and laughter to our listeners.”
The move is part of a whole new line-up of programs and activities introduced this year. Ms Lee added: "91.3FM appreciates that everyone is different and that has aided in creating a unique product. At 91.3FM, radio is not just a box that plays music. It is an entire experience, a lifestyle. That’s why every last Friday of the month, 200 avid listeners get to groove with their favourite DJs at our ‘Must Drink Friday’ parties."
This month’s ‘Must Drink Friday’ takes place at Balaclava with ‘Geek Chic’ as its theme. It will be hosted by the entire 91.3FM crew, so tune in to find out how to join us for a night of good food and awesome fun and make the switch to the next generation of breakfast radio, The Married Men, Monday morning from 6am on Today's Best Music 91.3!
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