TV personality Paul Ross will take to the airwaves from tomorrow following a shake-up on BBC Southern Counties.

The newspaper columnist, brother of BBC One chatshow host Jonathan Ross, will host the station's Saturday morning breakfast show.

He will battle it out for listeners with his younger sibling who hosts a show on BBC Radio 2 at the same time.

There will also be a new line-up for weekdays from Monday when Breakfast with Neil Pringle starts an hour later at 7am, until 10am.

Gordon Astley will continue to present the mid-morning show from 10am to 1pm and Allison Ferns will remain on air in the afternoon from 1pm to 4pm.

There will be a new voice on the drivetime slot when Sarah Gorrell takes over from Richard Lindfield.

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