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Mario Rosenstock to host new Sunday show on Today FM

It starts on 8 July and will be on from 11am to 1pm.

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MARIO ROSENSTOCK IS to host a new Sunday radio show on Today FM.

The show, Mario’s Sunday Roast’, will be two hours long and will feature music and discussions with guests from the world of entertainment, culture and sport. Rosenstock has just completed his 10th sold out nationwide tour.

The show starts on 8 July and will be on from 11am to 1pm.

“For 20 years, I’ve been looking at life through the eyes of lots of different characters from Enda Kenny to Michael D to Miriam O’Callaghan and that’s been my filter… but the one person that I never examined stories through, is me!” he said today.

“I’m looking forward to getting stuck in. I’ve recently presented some TV as myself and really enjoyed the experience. I’d like to think that, after 20 years here, I know what the Today FM listener enjoys and I look forward to giving them just that.”

Other changes to the Sunday lineup include The Very Best of The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show (7am-8am), where listeners can catch up on the week that was, and Alison Curtis is extending her ‘Weekend Breakfast’ show by an hour with a new show time of 8-11am.

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Ed Smith is also extending his Sunday evening music show ‘Ed’s Songs of Praise’ by an hour from 7pm to 10pm. Today FM’s Declan Pierce takes over the hot seat from Hector, to present a three hour music programme on Sunday afternoons (4pm-7pm).

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