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Boris Johnson congratulates Times Radio on its launch in interview on the new News UK station

Boris Johnson congratulates Times Radio on its launch in interview on the new News UK station

BORIS Johnson congratulated Times Radio on its launch in an interview on the new News UK station.

He appeared on the breakfast show with Stig Abell and Aasmah Mir.

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Boris Johnson appeared on the breakfast show on Times Radio, the new News UK station[/caption]

John Witherow, editor of The Times newspaper, praised them for “getting this show on the road in the midst of a pandemic”.

He added: “I hope they (listeners) like what they’re hearing and I hope they’ll continue to listen to it and see how Times Radio evolves over time”, he said.

Other hosts on the station include Mariella Frostrup, John Pienaar and ex-Sun political editor Tom Newton Dunn.

It is billed as “intelligent and thought-provoking news, analysis and conversation” in a “world of noise and confusion”.

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News UK’s radio group owns Wireless, which comprises Virgin Radio, talkSPORT and talkRADIO.

Times Radio is available 24 hours a day on DAB, via app, smart speaker and times.radio

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The PM congratulated Times Radio on its launch in an interview[/caption]

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Mariella Frostrup will host the afternoon show on Times Radio, Monday to Thursday[/caption]

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Former BBC journalist John Pienaar will host drive from Monday to Thursday[/caption]

Brad Wakefield – The Sun

Ex-Sun political editor Tom Newton Dunn will also feature on the new radio station[/caption]

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