Chrissie Swan to host afternoon show on Nova after quitting breakfast

Chrissie Swan will be hosting her own national radio show on the Nova Network next year after stepping down from the Melbourne breakfast slot.

The Chrissie Swan Show will air weekdays from 2pm to 4pm from January 2023.

‘I’ve achieved so much professionally and personally over the past seven years, and I’m thrilled to take on this new opportunity to embrace a new audience right across the country in this brand-new time slot,’ she said on Thursday.

Chrissie Swan (pictured) will be hosting her own national radio show on the Nova Network next year after stepping down from the Melbourne breakfast Welcome Bonus Slot 100% 

Nova Entertainment CEO Peter Charlton added: ‘Chrissie Swan is a highly respected broadcaster and one of Australia’s most-loved personalities. 

‘Her engaging and down-to-earth style has seen her connect with listeners over her impressive radio career.

‘The 2pm to 4pm timeslot is important to both listeners and advertisers, with a highly engaged audience often on the school run.’

Mr Charlton added: ‘Chrissie has really broad appeal and we can’t wait to share her charismatic broadcasting style with a national audience.’

The Chrissie Swan Show will air weekdays from 2pm to 4pm from January 2023 

It comes after Swan, 48, and her co-hosts Sam Pang and Jonathan Brown announced their departure from Nova 100’s  breakfast show on Friday.

According to an insider, the announcement also stunned Nova staff, with all employees at the station receiving an email at 8.30am from Charlton with a press release attached.

‘s final show will air on December 2.

‘We have relied on each other in this studio and it’s a good idea to put a bow on what has been this entire experience for all of us and bow out gracefully,’ Swan said on air.

It comes after Swan (centre) and her co-hosts Sam Pang (left) and Jonathan Brown (right) announced their departure from Nova 100’s Melbourne breakfast show on Friday 

‘I’m so proud of what we’ve achieved professionally and personally since we first met in 2015 – especially the last few years as we all kept each other afloat during the pandemic.’

Swan went on to say that despite the announcement coming as a shock to their listeners, the time was right for the trio.

The TV and radio star, who also appears on The Project and The Masked Singer, said she was preparing for a new role at Nova after 20 years in breakfast radio.

Chrissie, Sam and Browny’s final show will air on December 2 

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