The Morning Rush


The Morning Rush
The Morning Rush
Genre comedy, talk
Running time 4 hours
Country Philippines Philippines
Home station Monster Radio RX 93.1
Starring Frederick Lagbao (Chico)
Delamar Arias (Delamar)
Creators Monster Radio RX 93.1
Air dates since 1996
Website http://rxmorningrush.com

The Morning Rush is a weekday morning radio show of Monster Radio RX 93.1 and is hosted by Chico Garcia and Delamar Arias.

The show has a cult following of listeners, who call themselves "Rushers". Rushers would usually tune in to the show while on their way to work or school. The show was first aired on Monster Radio in 1996 and was moved to 93.9 KCFM (now I! FM) in 1998, and then went back to Monster Radio in 2002.

Background

During the four-hour stretch, listeners would submit their entries via SMS and through their twitter account www.twitter.com/rxtmr (@rxtmr). The DJs would then pick the best entries and announce the bottom half starting at around 6:20 and the top half starting at around 6:50. The whole show would have four batches of top ten lists. There are also Saturday shows that happen every last Saturday of the month, which serves as the Rushers' monthly EB. Here, all the listeners of the show gather, will meet and greet Chico and Delle. Their Saturday show sometimes changed on special occasions. The last Saturday show of the Morning Rush aired on February 14, 2009 to make way for their Valentines Special. On their 15th-year anniversary (last July 9, 2011, the second Saturday of the month), Chico and Delle boarded as it was a regular Saturday show.

Its main feature is the Top Ten (formerly Hot Ten). The DJs would pick a topic for the day and announce it at the start of the show. (Chico would usually choose everyday except on Wednesdays, when Delle would choose the topic and entries) DJs would choose from topics suggested by listeners or occasionally come up with their own topic.

In 2005, the show had two new members: Brad Turvey and Sarah. Brad Turvey joins every Mondays and Wednesdays while Sarah joins in between those days.

In 2007, They were joined by Karen.

At present, they would sometimes be joined by the Radio 1, their student jocks.

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