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  • James Gilmore

    James Gilmore hosts his world famous Friday entertainment show. This week, he has his predictions for Music and Film in 2019. Plus he talks about “I Miss One Direction” fever, suggests who Ariana Grande should buy diamond rings for and he plays “What’s Up? What’s Up?”. There’s music from Khalid, Sam Smith, Ariana Grande and a whole lot more…

    Length 180:00

    Broadcast 25/01/2019

    Next Show 01/02/2019

  • Benji Hyer

    Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: Has Theresa May left it too late for a new Brexit deal? And, what should happened next in the Brexit debacle?

    Length 120:00

    Broadcast 25/01/2019

    Next Show 01/02/2019

  • James Gilmore

    James Gilmore presents his two hour music tastemaker show. This week he opens with “Longshot” by Catfish and the Bottlemen before going into Sam Fender, The 1975 and Alec Benjamin. He also has The Support Track (in the form of CXLOE’s pop smash “Show You”) and a track from The Night Before from George Ezra.

    Length 120:00

    Broadcast 25/01/2019

    Next Show 01/02/2019

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