Brand new schedule and talent for Amazing Radio
To celebrate Amazing Radio's first year on the airwaves of digital radio, the schedule has been enhanced with more shows, more voices and most importantly more music than ever before.
As before, Mark Ryan starts your weekend off with a bang on Friday nights from 7pm with Amazing Beats. He'll be spinning hardcore dance athems from the cream of the unsigned dance scene plus exclusive mixes and awesome guests.
Kicking off Saturday mornings at 9am, it's The Saturday Show presented by Colin and Matt. Expect top banter, hilarious chat and the best of the Amazing Radio music schedule.
Saturday afternoon sees former Amazing Acoustic presenter Frankie Ward return with the feature packed, musical loveliness of the Amazing Folk Roots Show at 4pm, followed by Charlie Ashcroft at 5pm with Audition - the show that lets you decide which amazingtunes.com track deserves a spot on the Amazing Radio schedule. Also coming soon to the station is the brand spankin' new Rock Show with Aaron Phillips. Catch the first edition on Saturday 10th July at 6pm.
Sunday sees Greg & Burtt and return to their usual slot of 10am with endearing "light and fluffy banter" (Burtt) and "heavyweight musical debate" (Greg). ‘Scottish John Peel' Jim Gellatly takes over from 3pm with his top amazingtunes.com tracks whilstTrevor Dann and co debate the best amazingtunes.com has to offer at 4pm in the afternoon.
The weekend is wrapped up rather neatly by the brand new Amazing Chart Show at 5pm, where Charlie Ashcroft will be exclusively revealing the movers and shakers of amazingtunes.com and Amazing Radio. Will your favourite act be in there? You'll just have to tune in to find out.
Also new this week is The Afternoon Show. Every weekday between 3pm and 6pm, Kyle Wilkinson will be presenting favourite tracks from amazingtunes.com alongside great features and fun chat.
Amazing Radio is the only national radio station dedicated to exclusively playing emerging and independent music. Upload your tunes at amazingtunes.com now.