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: Dave Pearce

Part of Radio l's Dance
Anthems Weekend.

: Mark Goodier

Radio l's Dance Anthems
Weekend continues.

: Lisa I'Anson

Part of Radio l's Dance
Anthems Weekend.

: Radio 1 Roadshow

Dave Pearce takes the entire roadshow crew with him as they move to Durham for the best new music.


Unknown: Dave Pearce

: UK Top 40

The nation's only true chart.

: Radio 1's Dance Anthems - Dave Pearce

As the culmination of the Dance Anthems Weekend,
Radio 1 presents a brand-new show for Sunday nights with the best popular dance music.

: Clubbin'

The second of a five-part series looking at club culture. Cream, Metalheadz, The End and Hard Times are all on the hit list.

: In Concert: Monaco and Kenickie

Steve Lamacq presents live music from the best acts in this slightly later regular slot. This week he features Monaco and Kenickie, recorded during the T in the Park Festival.


Unknown: Steve LamacQ

: Chris Moyles

Radio 1 has a new star - the young and irreverent Chris Moyles takes up residency for an Early Breakfast of the best new music.

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Radio 1 9 October 2016

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