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Interview with Lauv

James Gilmore talks to the 'I Like Me Better' singer-songwriter about how he writes massive pop tunes

Lauv (aka Ari Leff) is almost as complex as his stage name is to pronounce (we’re under good authority that it’s pronounced LOWV – but we’re still not quite sure).

Once of the brightest new sparks in the world of pop, his debut single ‘The Other’ launched him into the stratosphere. With over 84M streams of the track on Spotify, it’s fair to say it’s quite a banger.


Having released EP, ‘Lost In The Light’ in 2015, featuring the single ‘Reforget’ which topped the Spotify Global Viral Chart – he then had a slight dry spell, and it was until this year that he caught our attention once again, with latest single ‘I Like Me Better’.

The pop-turned-R&B-kinda-but-not-really track shows just how ‘on it’ Lauv is with his lyricism and his ability to make tracks which are just pure audio heroine (slight Lorde reference there).

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Advice / Opinion

Lekhika Chaudhary on Climate Change

Lekhika Chaudhary asks listeners about how important climate change is to them...

Lekhika Chaudhary on Climate Change

Several global leaders have criticised President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris accord. Mr Trump said the deal would impoverish the US and cost American jobs.

The Paris agreement commits the US and 194 other countries to keeping rising global temperatures "well below" 2C above pre-industrial levels and "endeavour to limit" them even more, to 1.5C. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed his country will go "above and beyond" the 2015 Paris accord on combating climate change.


French President Mr Macron called Mr Trump's decision a "mistake both for the US and for our planet". Mr Modi described the agreement as part of "our duty to protect Mother Earth".

Lekhika Chaudhary opened up the conversation to her listeners and asked how important climate change is to them. Here’s what they said...

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

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Politics

Hyer's Highlights: First Past The Post Has To Go

Benji Hyer replies to a listener who feels that the UK's voting system is unfair and needs to change

Hyer's Highlights: First Past The Post Has To Go

In recent years, smaller parties have played a huge role in British politics.

The Liberal Democrats were in a government coalition for five years, the SNP successfully fought for a Scottish Independence Referendum in 2014, and UKIP drove the campaign for Brexit last year. Even the DUP will have significant influence in months to come as they prop up May’s Tory minority.


But with over 80% of people voting for Conservatives or Labour in this election, we are re-entering two-party politics.

Benji Hyer replied to listener Stephen who feels that this is down to our unfair First-Past-The-Post voting system.

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Benji Hyer on First Past The Post

Benji Hyer replies to listener Stephen who feels that the recent General Election shows how unfair the UK's voting system is. (3 minutes)

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