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Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) revamped its SEN Breakfast lineup

Garry Lyon and Tim Watson will continue to steer the program on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and will also launch their own podcast in 2023, creating a weekly program called, The Ramble

The Ramble will see the pair explore their passions away from football and sport analysis, with an irreverent take on topics across pop culture, current trends and their hobbies. 

Collingwood legend Nathan Buckley will join forces with Kane Cornes on Monday mornings to kick off the week, with Cornes returning on Friday morning with David King for Fireball Fridays.

SEN Breakfast can be heard on SEN 1116am and the SEN App. The South Australian audience will continue to hear the thoughts and views of Kane Cornes, with the Monday and Friday programs also available on SEN SA 1629am, with Jarrod Walsh and Mark Bickley featuring on SEN SA Breakfast each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  

SEN Chief Executive Craig Hutchison says, “We are really excited by the talent assembled for SEN Breakfast in 2023. Each pairing is really unique and the revamp to our breakfast lineup will bring fresh perspective and insights to our listeners.

 “The addition of Nathan Buckley and Kane Cornes on Monday mornings, and the return of Kane Cornes and David King on Friday mornings, will bring a dynamic to the airwaves that our listeners won’t want to miss.

“It also wouldn’t be SEN Breakfast without Garry and Tim, who will continue to guide us during the midweek rush, and we’re pleased that they will continue to call SEN home.”

Full SEN Breakfast Line Up

Monday – Kane Cornes & Nathan Buckley

Commences February 20

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday – Garry Lyon & Tim Watson

Commences February 14

‘Fireball Friday’ with Kane Cornes & David King

Commences February 3

Source RadioInfo


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