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107.1 SAFM Announces Changes To Its Breakfast Show

SCA has announced changes to its SAFM Adelaide Breakfast show for 2023, which will also see an immediate adjustment for the remainder of this year. The Bec, Cosi and Lehmo show will finish up on Friday 28 October, after three years on air together.

Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann joined the SAFM Breakfast show with Rebecca Morse and Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello in July 2020 when the heritage local brand SAFM returned to Adelaide. The much-loved trio has woken up the city’s listeners for the last three years, and a fresh approach to the Breakfast show will now commence in January 2023.

SCA Chief Content Officer, Dave Cameron, said: “Bec, Cosi and Lehmo are all well respected and loved Adelaide personalities, and we thank this show for entertaining Adelaide at breakfast time for the last four years. SAFM is an iconic Australian radio brand that has had many of Adelaide’s and Australia’s biggest personalities as part of its line-up over the years, and we look forward to announcing our fresh approach in 2023 to SAFM Breakfast in due course. I’d also like to thank Cosi for his last four years with the station, on top of the previous stints over the last two decades that Cosi has had with SAFM, and we wish him well for the future.”

SCA Head of General Management, James Pedersen, said: “Adelaide is a vibrant radio market and Bec, Cosi and Lehmo have helped make the return of SAFM a success, for which I would like to thank them all.”

In addition, Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello will leave the show from today, 28 October. Bec and Lehmo will return on 2 November to continue on SAFM Breakfast until the last show for the year on 25 November.

An announcement regarding the new SAFM Breakfast show for 2023 will be made shortly.


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