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RSN Gearing Up For 2023

Starting Monday January 30, Daniel Harford returns to the airwaves on RSN Racing and Sport. Breakfast with Harf now features producer Craig Moore joining RSN. The duo have worked together in the past and are now very much focused on an entertaining show that will be full of opinions and top quality guests.

Bernard Saundry, RSN General Manager says: “ To have Daniel and Craig overseeing such an important time of the RSN day, we can’t be better placed”.

Harf is very much looking forward to talking to sports newsmakers daily but we’re very keen to introduce listener involvement through key sporting subjects.”

“To have the knowledge and expertise of Craig Moore to produce the Breakfast with Harf is so good. He has a book of phone numbers many producers would crave and he can’t wait to get his hands on the show.”

Outside the Breakfast show, RSN is also launching on Monday, a modern racing service with a particular focus on Victorian Racing.

Every afternoon and evening, RSN will have form analysts previewing all Victorian thoroughbreds, greyhound and harness racing.

Andrew Bensley, RSN Program Director says ‘We’ve had great feedback on the new Saturday format and now we’re moving forward to everyday of the week’.

RSN Racing and Sport is a broadcaster that is heard throughout Victoria on 1260am in the Goulburn Valley and North East. 1314am in the Ballarat region and 945am around Bendigo plus narrowcast signals in a large number of country towns.

In Melbourne, 927am carries a huge distance plus there’s the DAB (Digital radio signal) that offers up crystal clear listening.


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