The long-awaited reunion of Singapore’s radio legends, Glenn Ong and Mark Van Cuylenburg, better known as The Flying Dutchman, is ONE FM 91.3’s latest attraction. They now helm ONE FM’s Breakfast Show on weekdays from 6am to 10am, along with Andre Hoeden.
Glenn Ong, who left his previous job in January this year, said: “I’m excited to be back on-air with a radio station that offers a promise of real, good radio. I’m raring to go after a six-month break. It was great that I had time to pursue my passion for Brazilian Jujitsu and spend more time with my loved ones, but I’ve missed radio. I’m refreshed, re-energised, and ready to take on the airwaves again and there is no one else better to do it with than with my radio partner for life.”
The Flying Dutchman, who has been occupied with his business ventures since he left the airwaves in December last year, is equally excited. He said: “I mentioned in past interviews that he is my best radio partner and he still is. Together, we keep our show real and our reunion is the beginning of good things to come with a radio station that I believe knows what they are doing. I was lucky to be able to spend more time with my family during my break and concentrate on my business but I would be lying if I said I didn’t miss radio. Well, now I am back! Glenn and The Flying Dutchman are back. For real.”
Fans can expect double the entertainment from Glenn and The Flying Dutchman, with chemistry honed from 10 years of co-hosting together.
ONE FM 91.3 scored a coup with the radio legends joining the station. Said Mr Jamie Meldrum, senior programme director: “Glenn and The Flying Dutchman are the perfect fit for ONE FM 91.3 as they have a great understanding of what their listeners want, which translates to great radio. Fans want them back and their radio comeback is highly anticipated. With the full ONE FM team all lined up, it is going to be an awesome year for ONE FM 91.3 and for the men of Singapore.”
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