After five amazing years at the helm of Hits Not Homework, Amina Abdi-Rabar passes the reigns officially to an all-new crop of Presenters and Producers. Described as quirky, opinionated and stylish; it has reflected in the various music genres she enjoys. From Nina Simon to Cardi B, her appreciation for a wide range of entertainment allows her to adapt to different generations. A fan of the theater, she enjoys acting as well as watching plays. Ann is also an adventure fanatic, she believes if she can jump out of a plane, she can do anything.
Hits not homework: Capital FM ends popular radio show after more than 20 years
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Capital FM is set to kill its long-running evening show, Hits Not Homework , to replace it with an all-new programme. It is set to air for the first time on Tuesday, December 1 from 7 p. Sources at the station told Business Today that the show would air on weekdays from Monday to Thursday, in the traditional Hits Not Homework time-slot. The Heat , which airs on Friday evenings from p. Neville has since returned to Homeboyz Radio after being unveiled as part of an all-new morning show cast in November. Hits Not Homework is widely considered one of the most iconic shows ever to air on Kenyan radio. In recent years, however, its ratings have been reportedly waning with the show dogged by controversy.
After being at capitalfmkenya for 5 years hosting 1 show, started on a high. Waithaka trashed the reports, stating that the radio station was going through a restructuring face, that saw the hits not homework crew re-assigned new roles. He added that the hosts were only given one a year contract which ended at the beginning of the year and they will now be re-assigned to work according to their strengths. Welcome to the Pulse Community!
Capital FM has ended the Hits Not Homework show that had been airing every Monday to Thursday evening from 7 pm to 10 pm for the last two decades. According to reliable sources at Capital FM, a new show is set to be launched to replace the popular evening show that shaped the direction of music and entertainment in Kenya. The station will unveil The Hype show on Tuesday, December 1, at 7 pm which will be hosted by a new presenter who was picked after a rigorous recruitment exercise. Capital FM will launch the show to give the evening program new life and new identity away from Hits Not Homework predecessor. The Heat which used to air every Friday from 7pm to 10pm will also be replaced by The Big Bounce which will also have new hosts.