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Although most sufferers carry a life expectancy of about 38, Laura has many more complications than most.Her goal is not to find a cure for herself, instead, she wants to raise awareness and funding for research to help find a cure for her little brother and nephew.The Saturday Night Dance Party is an award winning Philadelphia tradition broadcast live on 98.1 WOGL and simulcast on 96.1 WTTH at the Jersey Shore.Pantano said, “I would like to personally thank all of our very special listeners and nightclub patrons who have made this 35 year milestone so memorable."We've got a good group of personalities here, but nothing I can't match.Although you never know, Lisa Lampanelli might give me a run for my money! "No, in all seriousness, I will be brutal and I will do what it takes to get the job done, but you have to think wisely because your success is based on a lot more than just whether you can outsell someone." Follow her journey at Her first Twitter mission was to get Justin Bieber - @justinbieber - to retweet her message. Mauler, Rush, Jenni and Josie gave us the tip: WATCH VIDEO THE MOUTH, FEBRUARY 16TH, 2012 –– In yet another example of what radio can do better than any other media, Thursday, Kiss 106.1 Dallas renamed itself 'Laura FM' to help local teen find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis.Laura (shown left with Billy the Kid) is a freshman at Boyd High School in Mc Kinney, TX who suffers from the genetic disease that affects the lungs and pancreas.
Rice, who became a household name on Channel 4's Treasure Hunt in the 1980s, and also presented BBC1's Challenge Anneka, starts her two-hour early breakfast show at 6am on 25 February.The “Sonys” are Britain’s most prestigious radio awards.Last year’s Gold winners included Ronnie Wood (from the Rolling Stones) and the BBC’s Graham Mack.Anneka Rice is to replace Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2's weekend breakfast show, confirming that the former Treasure Hunt presenter's star is well and truly back in the ascendant.Rice has been a regular stand-in on Radio 2 but begins presenting the show in her own right later this month.