BLACK Country comedy station The Fizzogs are getting set to bring mayhem to the airwaves after being given their very own radio show on a soon-to-air new station.

Jacky Fellows, Deb Nicholls and Sue Hawkins, who became an internet sensation when a video of their 'dancing grannies' routine at Stourbridge Carnival went viral, will be broadcasting every Friday from 7am to 9am on the new Black Country Radio, which will go live following the merger of 102.5 The Bridge and Black Country Community Radio.

The show, which will kick off on Friday September 18, will see the Fizzogs creating comedy moments in all of their different guises plus interviewing invited studio guests.

They will also be touring the Black Country to find out where they can get the finest Black Country breakfast.

Head of programming for the new station, Paul Smith, who has known the Fizzogs for many years, said he was delighted the girls had agreed to do a show on the new station.

Paul, whose father is Alan Smith - aka Black Country character Aynuk, said: "Having worked with the girls for many years as well as having them as guests on my show I know the listeners will be in for a whole lot of laughs on a Friday morning."

The new Black Country Radio will broadcast from St John's Church in Stourbridge on 102.5FM, online and on DAB radio from Monday September 14.

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