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Ben Ainslie weaseled his way on air in 2009 when a Morning Mag presenter forgot to set his alarm. The sort of champagne radio presented that morning has carried on for quite some time.

Three years of Wednesday mornings piled up entirely too swiftly and life pulled him away from a regular show. But like the itch you just can quite reach he keeps popping up here and there. Whether fill in presenting Drives, Morning Mags, and Breakfasts, or conducting interviews here and there, you can still find him imbedded deep within the fabric of the station.

Much like bed bugs.

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