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Chrissie’s New Solo Show

From January 2023, Chrissie Swan will host her own national radio show titled The Chrissie Swan Show, airing weekdays from 2pm to 4pm.

This announcement comes days after Nova has confirmed its breakfast show line-up featuring Swan, Sam Pang and Jonathan Brown would come to an end after seven years on air.

It was a dream come true to be part of Nova’s Melbourne breakfast show and to connect with our listeners,” Swan said in a statement.

“I’ve achieved so much professionally and personally over the past seven years, and I’m thrilled to take on this new opportunity to embrace a new audience right across the country in this brand-new timeslot.”

In a statement, NOVA Entertainment CEO Peter Charlton called Swan “a highly respected broadcaster and one of Australia’s most loved personalities.”

“Chrissie has really broad appeal and we can’t wait to share her charismatic broadcasting style with a national audience in this marquee day part,” he said.


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