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Presented by Ed "Stewpot" Stewart, the programme featured UK and international news as well as entertainment interviews...In this programme from the launch week, Newsbeat looked at the difficulty young people faced getting on the housing ladder, a
We pointed out that there probably wasn't any need for paparazzi to take pictures of Dan leaving the theatre every single night...So now we'd like to address those same snappers and point out that Fearne Cotton has worked at Radio 1 for seven years...
They told Newsbeat entertainment reporter Chi Chi Izundu they wished the US tour had made it in but it didn't fit in with the schedule. Harry also revealed a rather unusual moment involving Niall and a couple of animals which failed to make the cut.
Describing the set as comprised mainly of influences, Disclosure's Essential Mix opens with a section dedicated to J Dilla and Detroit hip-hop, before heading into more familiar house and garage territory with selections from the likes of Moodymann,
Further evidence 2013 is a good year for new music.Click on the link here for Audio Player: London Grammar – In Session
Tom Odell gave the summit of the UK charts a shake-up as both crashed in at the very top. The Stockholm girls sold nearly 125,000 copies of their worldwide hit "I Love It FT Charli XCX" to debut at number 1 and put paid to US R&B star Robin Thicke's
The Saturdays star Mollie King turned agony aunt on Sunday night (23Jun13) as she dished out advice to radio listeners in the U.K. The British singer was a guest on BBC Radio 1's The Surgery with Aled show, and gave out tips on topics including
20 am Rita Ora poses for the cameras backstage at BBC Radio 1s Big Weekend event held at Ebrington Square on Friday (May 24) in Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland...Thanks for having us radio 1 and 1Xtra!! @calvinharris, Rita wrote on Instagram
Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper says that all acts are currently expected to perform as scheduled. Rita Ora, who is due to perform on Friday evening at the event in Derry, spoke to Newsbeat at the London airport. "It's sad when a festival doesn't go to
Suggested Topics They are the pop pensioners who have gate-crashed Grimmy's party and are ruining it for the kids. A hard core of listeners over the age of 55 are threatening Radio 1's reinvention as a cool youth brand by refusing to switch off the