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Breakfast radio in Canberra is set for a major shake-up when a familiar voice will join Paul Holmes on 2CA Breakfast from Monday April 19. Jen Seyderhelm will pair up with Holmsey on 2CA Monday to Friday 5.30-9am.

The 2CA Classic Breakfast with Holmsey & Jen. On working with Jen Seyderhelm, Holmsey says “Jen and I have talked about working together for a long time and at last it’s happening! I can’t wait! Plus she knows more about most things than I do”.

Jen Seyderhelm says “Holmesy and I are great mates. I can’t wait to wake up every morning as part of a station I love, with a team of not just colleagues but friends, and connecting with the people of the Capital and surrounds through fun, music and real local radio”.

Group Program Director for the Capital Radio Network Pete Davidson said “It’s a no-brainer to pair up Holmsey and Jen for breakfast. Their connection and chemistry will be a vibrant way for Canberra to wake up. This isn’t the same tired old FM breakfast radio formula. It’s real local radio with real local personalities. At the very least Jen will wake up Holmsey, he needs it”.

The Classic Breakfast with Holmsey & Jen starts Monday April 19 at 5.30am on Forever Classic 2CA. 2CA broadcasts on AM 1053, on DAB Digital Radio, online at

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  1. Has Jen left the breakfast show?


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