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Radio One launches new morning show ‘Detective Fataafat’

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Radio One launches new morning show ‘Detective Fataafat’

Having sleepless nights over why your partner stood you up last Saturday for his ‘all smelly and all loser’ college mates? Or about that whiff of perfume that you vaguely smelt when both of you went for that long drive? You can now relax and just call Radio One’s ‘Detective Fataafat’, hosted by RJ Prithvi to find out the truth.

Radio One has announced the launch of its latest innovative show, ‘Detective Fataafat, which promises real life drama with a tinge of humour. A team of Radio Sherlocks will uncover the big story that one has just missed. They will cajole, sing, dance and even cry to fetch you the truth.

Radio One’s team of Sherlock Jockeys, trained in the art of ‘On Air grilling’ will sift through the rubble for evidence and package it in vapour-tight containers.

‘Detective Fataafat’ is on air during the ‘Breakfast Show’ everyday between 8.20 am and 9 am.


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