Heart Oxfordshire - FM 97.4 - Banbury

More music variety

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Heart, the UK's biggest commercial radio brand. First launched in the West Midlands in 1994, Heart arrived in London in 1995 and the East Midlands ... See more in 2005. The Heart sound has become the most popular in commercial radio and now extends to 33 stations across the UK, reaching more than 7.3 million* people every week. With 'More Music Variety' Heart plays the best variety of music with witty banter and celebrity guests. In London, 816,000 listeners* start their day with a bit of Jamie and Harriet in the morning - jam-packed and star-studded, only the A-listers make it onto the show. But Jamie and Harriet aren't alone. Each of our Heart stations across the UK has its own local breakfast show of the highest standard. Local breakfast and drive, coupled with national programming from Leicester Square at other times of day, including Saturdays with Emma Bunton, means Global Radio offers the national brand of Heart, delivered both nationally and locally - the best of both worlds. Simon Dale joins Heart Simon Dale has joined the Heart network to present the weekday evening show. Simon has spent the last five years as the afternoon drivetime presenter on Kiss 100 where he achieved market-leading listening figures. Simon hosts the weekday evening show, Monday to Thursday from 7pm, as well as Club Classics on Friday night from 7pm. Heart CD Range Six new Heart CDs are now exclusively available at Sainsbury’s. The CDs include three Time Tunnel CDs for the 80s, 90s and the Noughties plus Heart Divas, Heart Passion and Heart Party. Each CD includes 20 of radio’s greatest hits from the likes of Duran Duran, Girls Aloud, James Morrison and the Sugababes. Heart’s Love Music Live Heart’s Love Music Live with Barclaycard Unwind kicked off in October with Michael Bublé. The Canadian star performed a special and very intimate show for a few lucky competition winners in the heart of London. Spandau Ballet played a 90 minute set for competition winners at Orchid, London while Seal played for a small number of winners in Los Angeles. Audience Heart's core audience are aged between 25-44. Heart listeners have a spark about them; despite juggling their various roles as wives, husbands, parents and professionals, they still make time for themselves and are determined to squeeze the most out of life. They are very social people who enjoy shopping, going out and spending time with their friends and family. Environment The playlist is driven by passion, playing songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s, alongside the best current songs. Presenters are warm, friendly, genuine and easy to relate to, broadcasting appropriate and relevant content that immediately connects with listeners’ lives. Listeners choose Heart because they feel it fulfils their needs throughout the day. Heart is programmed to emotionally connect with its listeners, playing the right songs to get them up in the mornings, keep them going through the day and helping them to unwind in the evening. With ‘More Music Variety’ at its core, Heart plays the best variety of music with witty banter and celebrity guests. In London, 816,000 listeners start their day with Heart Breakfast; jam-packed and star-studded, only true A-listers make it onto the show. Each Heart station across the UK has its own local breakfast show of the highest standard. But that’s just the start: the Heart schedule is crammed full of great presenters such as Toby Anstis, Jason Donovan and Emma Bunton, and acclaimed shows such as Heartbreakers and Club Classics. Source: RAJAR Q3 2009, Heart London and Heart UK TSA, Adults 15+ Share |

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Banbury - England, United Kingdom - English

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