The Crack of Dawn

The shows easy pace and relaxed tone get’s listeners tuned in literally from the dawn of their new day. Weekdays from 03:00 to 05:00
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Objective:  Entertain a 24-35 year old as using music as the main driver

While the rest of the world is snugly asleep, an ambitious few are planning their next business move or simply fantasizing about the Merc that’s only one pay rise away. The Crack Of Dawn provides the perfect soundtrack for those who plan to sleep when they’re dead.

Power songs from the eighties are set to inspire, romantic hits spark a daydream of the perfect proposal and upbeat offerings keep the busy executive awake for long enough to notice the embarrassing typo. The Crack Of Dawn is pre-breakfast nutrition, the perfect early morning companion and the reason why there’ll be a spring in your step tomorrow at dawn.

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Enhle Mbali Maphumulo on #TheWKNDR

Mo G & @Fentselite_ are joined by businesswoman; mother, wife & actress @enhlembali in-studio on #theWKNDR Content hosted by iono.fm Picture: Twitter

Blog | 13 Dec 2017

Faye Peters on The Weekender

Mo G & @Fentselite_ catching up with actress & wanderlust @fayepeters who has been travelling the world since leaving South Africa. She’s based in LA but lives in Mexico, Italy, Hiroshima & is currently in Tokyo sampling the different cultures of the world #theWKNDR Content hosted by iono.fm Picture: ZAlebs

Blog | 13 Dec 2017

Fresh Breakfast full show

#ConflictResolution Has something heavy ever happened to you & you came out in public? How did that help or did it make it worse? How do you navigate the conversation with yourself about telling publicly what has happened to you privately & personally? Share with #FreshBreakfast Content hosted by iono.fm Content hosted by iono.fm

Blog | 13 Dec 2017

Mothibi Penn-Kekana, a 19yr-old SA-born and UK-based game changer who in 14 days raised R100 000 to feed the poor in Tembisa.

Tonight, on the show we have the Talk 5 news bulletin. We will be speaking to Mothibi Penn-Kekana, a 19yr-old SA-born and UK-based game changer who in 14 days raised R100 000 to feed the poor in Tembisa. He is coming into studio. On the Consumer Feature, we speak to Lucious Bodibe, Head of Public […]

Blog | 12 Dec 2017