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> Radio 1 to host the biggest dance show ever, Friday October 11th 2019
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post Sep 29 2019, 11:59 AM
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Radio 1 is joining forces with 6 other major radio stations across Europe on October 11th to bring us a showcase of some of the biggest dance music and exclusive mixes right now.

It all starts at 7pm on Radio 1 with the UK first and then goes as follows:

8pm - Sweden - SR P3
9pm - Germany - WDR 1Live and RBB Fritz
10pm - Belgium - VRT Studio Brussel
11pm - Ireland - RT… 2fm
Midnight - France - Radio France Mouv
1am - Netherlands - NPO 3FM

Each hour will have the station simulcast with the others and will include interviews with some DJs/producers too.

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Radio 1ís relationship with dance music stems back 24 years when it first broadcast on the white isle of Ibiza where it continues its legacy to this day. Now dubbed the busiest weekend of the year, audiences can expect live sets from the biggest international DJs including David Guetta, Kolsch, Fatboy Slim and Carl Cox. Since then, the station has dedicated programming championed by dance stalwarts Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Danny Howard, as well as inviting the biggest names in cutting edge, forward-thinking dance music into the studio on a monthly rotation for Radio 1ís Residency.

Annie Mac says: ďIím looking forward to being part of such an exciting collaboration with our broadcasting partners. Itís going to be like nothing weíve ever done before and I canít wait for the listeners to hear what we have planned.Ē

Aled Haydn-Jones, Head of Programmes, BBC Radio 1, says: ďThis is going to be a real radio event! Having seven countries showcasing the best dance music from their country is absolutely the best way it can delivered. Iím proud BBC Radio 1 partnered with seven other radio stations and I canít wait to hear it!Ē
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