- 07 Dec 16
Fans of only the best classic rock can look forward to tuning into John Clarke’s Biggest Jukebox on Radio Nova.
This past summer, Colm Hayes took some time away from the radio when he stepped down form RTÉ 2FM at the end of July. Since then, he's been busy with a few other projects, such as writing his first book, a crime fiction novel that should hit the shelves soon. Before that, however, he'll be back on the air as cohost for John Clarke’s Biggest Jukebox on Radio Nova. The radio show will be a three-part series, airing every Monday for the next three weeks.
It's been a few months now since we've gotten to hear Colm's playlists, and he's more than ready to get back into it, especially now that he'll be working with Radio Nova. "It was going to take something special for me to return to radio and Nova is that something special," says Colm. "I’m a big fan of the station. The music they play is a cut above anything on any other radio station. John Clarke has given me the codes to his jukebox and the keys to his '65 Chevy, so enjoy the ride, Dublin."
Nova is just as excited to have him onboard. Kevin Branigan, Radio Nova’s CEO says, “I’ve long been an admirer of Colm’s presenting style, sense of humour – and, in particular, his audience numbers over the years! We’re delighted that Colm’s coming in to us and we’re looking forward to his return to the Dublin airwaves on Nova!."