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Radio City brings in spice from television with ‘TV Tuesday’

07-August-2007
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Radio City brings in spice from television with ‘TV Tuesday’

Radio City has kicked off another on-air interview segment with ‘TV Tuesday’ on the show ‘City Spice’. The interview with television stars is being aired every Tuesday in the 11 am to 2 pm time slot, and is hosted by RJ Ketki.

Speaking on the programming initiative, Rana Barua, National Head-Marketing, Radio City, said, “Radio City’s ‘Whatte Fun’ celebrates life and all those little moments which bring joy to the lives of our listeners. With ‘TV Tuesday’ we plan to add that extra spice and pizzazz for young homemakers in the city who are always on the move, by bringing their favourite television stars closer to them like never before.”

‘City Spice’ targets the young homemaker who seeks self development, and the show aims to give her the opportunity to enhance her personality, express her talents and turn her ideas and aspirations into reality.

Taking on-air interviews to another dimension and giving listeners ‘the inside scoop’, RJ Ketki will chat with television stars on a candid forum with ‘TV Tuesday’. With ‘Whatte Gupshup’ on ‘TV Tuesday’, RJ Ketki will try and capture the wild, fun and crazy side of these TV stars while doling out the lesser known shades of their personalities.

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