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  • James Gilmore

    James Gilmore hosts his world famous Friday entertainment show. This week, he interviews Sabrina Carpenter (in hour 3) about new album “Singular Act 1”. Plus he talks about this Winter’s Cuffing Season failures, his Spotify Wrapped 2018 and he answers your Stupid Questions! There’s music from Ava Max, Alec Benjamin, Jonas Blue and a whole lot more…

    Length 180:00

    Broadcast 14/12/2018

    Next Show 21/12/2018

  • Benji Hyer

    Benji Hyer presents two hours of talk. This week, he asks: What’s going to happen with Brexit? Are Oxford and Cambridge Universities elitist? And, should celebrities be held to account for tweets from the past?

    Length 120:00

    Broadcast 14/12/2018

    Next Show 21/12/2018

  • James Gilmore

    James Gilmore presents his two hour music tastemaker show. This week he opens with “Play” by Jax Jones and Years & Years before going into Jay Pryor, Ellie Goulding and Zara Larsson. He also has The Support Track (in the form of Astrid S) and a track from The Night Before from Naughty Boy.

    Length 120:00

    Broadcast 14/12/2018

    Next Show 21/12/2018

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