Docc & Nicole to move into mornings on Vancouver’s JR Country

JR Country hosts (l-r): Clay St. Thomas, Docc Andrews, Nicole Savage, Graeme Gordon, & Karen Daniels. (Pattison Media)

Docc & Nicole, the co-hosts of afternoon drive on Vancouver’s JR Country (CJJR-FM), will move into the morning time slot, starting May 2, as Clay St. Thomas and Karen Daniels end a 22-year run together in mornings.

Announced on-air Tuesday morning, the new morning show will start a half hour later at 5:30 a.m.

Graeme Gordon, who has been part of mornings alongside Clay & Karen since 2017, will move into afternoon drive, from 2 – 6 p.m., Monday to Friday. Gordon will be joined by a co-host, who is yet to be named.

“All kidding aside, it is so awesome to be able to hand over the show to two people who will know exactly what to do with it, that the JR family already loves and we know it’s going to be great,” said St. Thomas.

Clay & Karen’s last day on-air at JR Country is April 22.

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