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Ben Is Back!

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Atom Radio is delighted to welcome back Ben Shoveller who returns on Tuesday, April 2nd.

Ben originally hosted the afternoon show but now returns to host the all new Drivetime from 4-8pm every weekday. You can join Ben for music you want to hear and some of the best news stories from around the world told in his unique style.

There will also be regular news, weather and travel updates as well to keep you moving.

With Ben’s Drivetime running from 4-8 this means that 70s at 7 will now only happen on Sundays but you’ll still get 80s at 8, 90s at 9 and Millennium Monsters at 10 Sunday – Thursday plus Music Monsters, The Legends Edition at 11pm every night.

Atom Radio’s Mark Denholm said; “I’m delighted to welcome Ben back and looking forward to listening from Tuesday. We’ve been talking for a little while about a come back and Ben’s a radio man through and through so I’m sure the new Drivetime show will be an amazing listen every weekday.

“I’d also like to thank Graham Bell for his time on both Drivetime and Breakfast. Graham presented the Breakfast Show when Atom Radio launched in 2017, later swapping to Drivetime. I’m sure we’ll hear Graham crop up again on Atom Radio in the future.

Make sure you’re listening in on Tuesday from 4pm for the all new Atom Radio Drivetime either via our website, on your mobile through Online Radio Box or TuneIn or just ask your Smart Speaker to “Play Atom Radio on Tunein”

Written by: MarkDenholm

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