New radio programmes and people at kmfm in Kent for 2022
kmfm Kent is starting the new year with new shows and faces joining the schedule.
Numi Gildert will take over the station’s CHR evening show ‘The Hit List’ from today, January 10th, which is live Mon-Thur from 7pm – 10pm.
Numi joined the station last year to present the Kent Top 40 with co-host Alex and is excited to be a more regular voice on Kent’s Radio Station: “So so excited to join the weekday team at kmfm.
“I have loved every moment working at kmfm and to be given this opportunity is a dream come true. I can’t wait to add my spin to the show, bring the freshest new music and artist interviews to Kent” Numi said.
Rob Wills, Head of Broadcast for kmfm added: “Numi is a confident broadcaster who brings a true love for pop music and a creative and unique style that I am looking forward to hearing.
“She is one of those people who is great to have with you off-air too as her passion and energy is infectious.”
Alongside changes to the evening show, kmfm is also resting ‘We Love The 90s’ after 10 years. The feature will be replaced by ‘Pop Anthems’ weekdays from 1000-1100 with a three hour show Sunday nights from 1900 with Ben Pearce.