Two familiar faces will return to the airwaves next week after seven years off air.Paul Hopper and James Chapple - aka Hopps and Chapple - will kick-start their new breakfast show on The Voice FM on Monday.It will be a blast from the past for those who remember their show from the Lantern FM days. They will be broadcasting their new breakfast show every weekday, from 7am-11am. After their first appearance in April 2001, the duos breakfast antics soon became popular and their show continued when Lantern FM became Heart FM. But when Global Media closed its Heart FM studio in Barnstaple in August 2010, the show was axed and Hopps and Chapple were left out of a job. Paul said: Chapple went off to do something different and I think we had both resigned ourselves to the fact wed never be back on the air again. But they did and on Monday, they broadcast their first new show from The Voices new studio in Barnstaple. Paul said: We have worked together a lot and pretty much been in constant contact since we went off air. We have done a few special shows and made appearances at things like New Years Eve. It always amazes me the way people want us to host events like this, and we cant wait to get back on air. Paul Crockett, managing director of The Voice, said having Hopps and Chapple back was one of his big goals for the station. He said: It was a great loss to North Devon when, seven years ago, they departed from the airwaves. So to get them back on board is very exciting. They were incredibly popular in North Devon and theyre almost an institution. We will always have challenges, but we will always ride with those. The Voice FM opened its brand new studios in Belle Meadow in July, in the former Citizens Advice Bureau. The idea for the radio station emerged when Lantern FM ceased broadcasting in 2009. A campaign to Bring Back Lantern began, which saw The Voice begin, first on DAB in 2012, and then on FM in 2014.Catch Hopps and Chapple on their new show, Monday - Friday from 7-11am, on 106.1FM, 107.8FM, on digital or online.