It's the end of an era for RTHK Radio 3's Neil Chase. After 10 years of alternative tunes and edgy pop, his last Seven To Nine show airs tonight. The station stalwart has been the one DJ to consistently play interesting, non-mainstream music while other programmers dredge up tired oldies, lame covers and S Club 7-type schlock. 'It's been my honour to play loud and annoying music for so long, but I need a break from it as well,' Chase says. After his farewell show, the DJ will be off to the Big Apple for an extended three-month break. As of Monday, there will be a juggling of programmes on Radio 3. For starters, Pete King takes over Chase's spot, Teen Time will be expanded to 9-10pm and Sarah Passmore launches a new afternoon talk-based show, Naked Lunch. Producer Hugh Chiverton says: 'There'll be more changes on the weekend slots too.' Great, just keep Atomic Kitten and ELO to a minimum.