Nova is kicking off summer with Greg Burns and Zoe Sheridan on Nova 96.9’s Summer Breakfast. The pair will be entertaining listeners as they embark on the home stretch to Christmas, from Monday 5 December.
Burns and Sheridan enjoyed a successful stint as hosts of Nova 96.9’s Spring Break earlier this year. Joining them again with entertainment updates each morning is Jonathon Moran from the Daily Telegraph and Confidential on Nova.
Hailing from Capitol Radio in the UK, Greg has been heard on Nova 96.9 in mornings since July this year, and is also an award winning comedian who is currently performing in Sydney’s stand-up scene. Burns will again be joined by Zoe Sheridan, an experienced broadcaster and TV personality, who is well-known to Australian TV and radio audiences.
Greg Burns said, “I couldn’t be more excited to be to be back with Zoe, waking up Sydneysiders for the summer. It is a perfect end to an incredible year, it’s been such a great start to life here in Sydney….Bring it on!”
Zoe Sheridan said, “Everyone I know is looking forward to the holidays, but I’m excited to go back to work! Getting to know Greg Burns over Spring Break was an absolute pleasure. He is genuinely lots of fun, so working on the show feels like a holiday for me.”
Summer Breakfast with Greg Burns and Zoe Sheridan will be heard on Nova 96.9, 6am to 9am from Monday 5 to Friday 23 December.
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