Consistency? Tragedy confirmed

Aren’t they going to let Jason get any sleep?

June 3rd, 2009 at 10:04am

I just noticed today’s schedule on the 2GB website. Alan Jones is away again, and has been since Monday. Drive presenter Jason Morrison has been filling in for him, and Andrew Moore has been filling in for Jason, however Andrew is in Melbourne today as he is calling the State of Origin match tonight…which leaves 2GB with this:
Jason Morrison on Breakfast and Drive

If accurate (and one can assume that 7pm-10pm is not, as it fails to mention tonight’s State of Origin match), Jason Morrison is going to be very very tired by the end of the day, and will be facing an early start once again tomorrow. Sydney-siders who only listen on their drives to and from work may also be wondering if they’re stuck in a time warp.

As much as I’m sure that Jason can handle the extra workload, I do hope that 2GB move Luke Bona from the evening slot to Drive for the day. I will be tuning in at 3pm to see what happens.

All of this reminds me, I owe Jason some chocolate biscuits.

Update 2:30pm: The schedule has been updated with tonight’s rugby league coverage, however Jason is still doing a double shift.
Jason Morrison still on Breakfast and Drive

3pm here we come.
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Update 3:11pm: It’s Jason…and he didn’t get any sleep as he explained at the start of the show!

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Further Update 4:20pmAlan Jones is back tomorrow, so Jason gets to sleep in tomorrow. I think he’ll need it! End Update

Samuel

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