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12:00amMonday

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3:00amMonday

One of the world’s real DJ legends, the Emperor Rosko with his rhythm and rhyme connection from Los Angeles. We let Rosko loose to set you up for Saturday evening, although if you’re listening in Sydney Australia, where you’re now passed midnight...he might just keep you awake!  Have Mercy!!!!

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5:00amMonday

We’ve dressed up our favourite golden oldie DJ to bring his great archive of the most golden of all hits back to life.

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7:00amMonday

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Stuart Busby Show

10:00amMonday

10:00amMonday

Stuart is United DJs ‘Baby-Jock’. He’s bubbling over with delight to be a part of this wonderful concept. He’s actually young enough to never have experienced a completely free music choice for the DJs…

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1:00pmMonday

One of the world’s real DJ legends, the Emperor Rosko with his rhythm and rhyme connection from Los Angeles. We let Rosko loose to set you up for Saturday evening, although if you’re listening in Sydney Australia, where you’re now passed midnight...he might just keep you awake!  Have Mercy!!!!

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Tony Prince Show

3:00pmMonday

3:00pmMonday

When he was last on the air, it was on good old Medium Wave – Tony has shot through an extraordinary radio time warp, missing the FM stage, to arrive here on our United DJ’s streaming format.   For 16 years Tony was pan European on Radio Luxembourg and now extends his reach to a global audience

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Peter Antony Drive-In

5:00pmMonday

5:00pmMonday

Peter is another former Radio Luxembourg DJ, whose heart was broken when 208 went off air.  But here he is subjecting himself to the heart healing process of UDJ with a drive time show you can enjoy every weekday.

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7:00pmMonday

Two hours of the finest Soul and Soft Rock that won't batter your ears, but will keep you hungry for more!

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9:00pmMonday

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Tony Blewitt Show

11:00pmMonday

11:00pmMonday

Tony welcomes you to a UK Monday evening from 11 PM - 1 AM with his “Time Travel Chart” – Tony will be playing the greatest hits from this very week in Top 20 history - hosted by one of Radio Luxembourg’s favourite DJs from the 1980’s.

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Tony Blewitt Show

12:00amTuesday

12:00amTuesday

Tony welcomes you to a UK Monday evening from 11 PM - 1 AM with his “Time Travel Chart” – Tony will be playing the greatest hits from this very week in Top 20 history - hosted by one of Radio Luxembourg’s favourite DJs from the 1980’s.

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1:00amTuesday

Chantilly (Tilly Rutherford) started out running a record shop with Pete Waterman, eventually managing Pete’s own record label.  His big love has always been doo-wop and it may well turn out to be yours too…

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MAX McGILL SHOW (USA)

3:00amTuesday

3:00amTuesday

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5:00amTuesday

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7:00amTuesday

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Stuart Busby Show

10:00amTuesday

10:00amTuesday

Stuart is United DJs ‘Baby-Jock’. He’s bubbling over with delight to be a part of this wonderful concept. He’s actually young enough to never have experienced a completely free music choice for the DJs…

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MAX McGILL SHOW (USA)

1:00pmTuesday

1:00pmTuesday

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Tony Prince Show

3:00pmTuesday

3:00pmTuesday

When he was last on the air, it was on good old Medium Wave – Tony has shot through an extraordinary radio time warp, missing the FM stage, to arrive here on our United DJ’s streaming format.   For 16 years Tony was pan European on Radio Luxembourg and now extends his reach to a global audience

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Peter Antony Drive-In

5:00pmTuesday

5:00pmTuesday

Peter is another former Radio Luxembourg DJ, whose heart was broken when 208 went off air.  But here he is subjecting himself to the heart healing process of UDJ with a drive time show you can enjoy every weekday.

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7:00pmTuesday

Jazzin'It Up | Tracey Lee - United DJs of Malta. Let's jazz it up! Kick off the shoes, relax and listen to my show...Jazz, Swing, Lounge.... A cocktail of sheer class and charisma. This music is Timeless!  

Why I'm "Jazzin’ It Up" On UDJ?

It’s all about Genres, not the era! Personally, I believe this sort of radio works because it not only tells you exactly what’s on the tin, but it includes everyone, all age groups. I get twenty-somethings sending me postmodern jazz song suggestions to Over-60s introducing me to Rat Pack style crooners. The audience for my “Jazzin’It Up” Show is growing week by week. I play jazz, swing, lounge, crooners, Lindy hop. The playlist list is carefully researched and curated to match "my sound". That’s what I strive for. Why this genre works so well It’s got class, sophistication, spice, fun, cheek, it’s smooth, timeless and has a remarkable history! Singing it, listening to it…it makes you feel good! Guys want to be as cool as the Rat Pack and girls want to sing like Ella Fitzgerald! I come from a family of musicians; my grandparents were jazz musicians; Grandad; a pianist/piano tuner at BBC, London and my Grandmother was a singer. Their son, my uncle a jazz musician (double bass). My Dad, a jazz musician (drums) who played alongside Johnny Dankworth/Cleo Laine, Dudley Moore, Kenny Ball, Tony Russell, Tony Kinsley and Ronnie Scott often playing in Club Eleven and the Flamingo Club. My brother and brother-in-law are performing musicians. I’m surrounded by it! So jazz and swing is in the genes and I grew up listening to the records of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Doris Day and Nat King Cole. It’s almost Christmas and with it brings a swarm of well-known singers, musicians, stars releasing swing albums. From Lady Gaga and Robbie Williams to Chris Kamara and Jeff Goldblum. So why are they hopping on that jazz n' swing train of fun and good vibes? It’s almost become a tradition; to make your mark in the music industry, you must record a Swing album at some point in your career. I reckon it declares them as an authentic artist; to sing like their musical idols; legends such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin or Ella Fitzgerald. There are so many tribute albums dedicated to great jazz and swing artists from the last century especially. It tests their musicianship, challenges them…to push their voice and style that little bit further, plus it’s fun to sing like one of your idols who inspired you to sing in the first place. Michael Buble was inspired by Frank Sinatra and has established himself as “The King Of Swing”, topping the charts and selling out gigs. He earns a very pretty penny and has an adoring amount of fans worldwide. His fame was achieved in a relatively short time in what others would struggle to do for decades. From a very early age, Michael said; “I wanted to be a singer and I knew that this was the music I wanted to sing”. Just watch any TV programme or movie, you’re bound to hear a jazz or swing song. Advertisers believe these songs work because they are easily recognisable, catchy and in turn helps people associate it with their product. In popular movies - A Bronx Tale, Sleepless In Seattle, Funny Girl to name but a very few… It’s the genre that gets the most inductions on the big screen. Why? It’s Up-tempo, "feel good” and positive lyrics. My partner, Nails Mahoney worked on a radio station in Canada called AM600 which changed format from Christian to Swing and the ratings went through the roof. It was around the time Michael Buble was their local boy singing in the clubs, making a name for himself. They were aiming for the higher age bracket demographic, but were surprised when their highest listenership was men in their 30s! MY RADIO SHOW AND HOW I WORK IT I started “Jazzin’It Up!” A few months ago on United DJs. I took a chance and it was well worth it! It’s been in the Global Swing Chart Top 10 three weeks in a row! This genre of music not only sounds amazing, it has psychological and health benefits too! Listening to music stimulates your hypothalamus; the part of the brain that regulates breathing, heart rate and triggers emotions. It releases vast amounts of dopamine, the "feel-good" chemical involved in experiencing pleasure and reward, enhances intelligence, performance and can bring out theta brain waves- the brain circuits used for creativity, increasing relaxation by increasing the alpha waves, where the brain adapts to and matches the rhythm. This enhances all aspects of brain activity, but after listening, it can tend to copy the improvisational patterns as heard in the music. Not only that- it slows down your heart rate, relaxes your breathing and lowers blood pressure. This music just keeps getting better, doesn’t it!? Dancing helps even more! Those swing notes, polyrhythms, response notes and improvisation do wonders for the body and mind! How I Curate My Music Track List I've got a rather good ear for music and always had a talent for this. It’s what drew me to the Radio World. I go with my musical ear, my instinct. A few seconds in and I’ll know if it fits my bill. I’m quick at spotting good music and potential hits. The energy, the mood. I research each song and believe placement is extremely important, basing this on musical theory - with the right balance of consonant notes (pleasing, soothing melodies, agreeable to the ear) and Dissonant intervals (unsettling, unnerving, cause tension). Not surprisingly, the most common are consonant notes which are dished out in the dozens in Jazz and Swing songs. My job is to now sell that music to the listener, my personality and the radio station. I’m aware that each song triggers an emotion, evokes a memory, creates a feeling. Other factors come into play; blue notes, chords, bars…there’s a whole mathematics to Jazz & Swing which separates it slightly from other genres. It’s educational for me, my listener…we’re on a magical Jazzin ’It Up journey together exploring this new and exciting venture. My ultimate aim each time I do my show is to give my listener at least one earworm…that catchy little annoying song that just goes around and around their heads for days after. Haha, I’m a lovely person, really!! But seriously…I love doing this show. It just suits me, fits like a glove, it’s ME! Thanks to Tony Prince and all the team at United DJs for giving us our home! "Jazzin’It Up" Tuesdays 7-9PM GMT / repeated Saturdays 5-7am on United DJs. (Listen Back to each show on Mixcloud ) Tracey Lee

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9:00pmTuesday

We’ve dressed up our favourite golden oldie DJ to bring his great archive of the most golden of all hits back to life.

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Pilot Of The Airwaves

11:00pmTuesday

11:00pmTuesday

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12:00amWednesday

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Soul Funktion – Les Adams

1:00amWednesday

1:00amWednesday

Les Adams is one of the most influential UK DJs. He produced the Radio Luxembourg ‘Disco Mix Club Show’ which helped launch DMC.  Later he found himself in the charts and on Top of the Pops as L.A.MIX.  His passion, as you will hear, is jazz-funk.

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MAX McGILL SHOW (USA)

3:00amWednesday

3:00amWednesday

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5:00amWednesday

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Bob Lawrence Breakfast Show

7:00amWednesday

7:00amWednesday

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Stuart Busby Show

10:00amWednesday

10:00amWednesday

Stuart is United DJs ‘Baby-Jock’. He’s bubbling over with delight to be a part of this wonderful concept. He’s actually young enough to never have experienced a completely free music choice for the DJs…

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MAX McGILL SHOW (USA)

1:00pmWednesday

1:00pmWednesday

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Tony Prince Show

3:00pmWednesday

3:00pmWednesday

When he was last on the air, it was on good old Medium Wave – Tony has shot through an extraordinary radio time warp, missing the FM stage, to arrive here on our United DJ’s streaming format.   For 16 years Tony was pan European on Radio Luxembourg and now extends his reach to a global audience

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Peter Antony Drive-In

5:00pmWednesday

5:00pmWednesday

Peter is another former Radio Luxembourg DJ, whose heart was broken when 208 went off air.  But here he is subjecting himself to the heart healing process of UDJ with a drive time show you can enjoy every weekday.

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Mike Knight Show

7:00pmWednesday

7:00pmWednesday

When Mike came back from Luxembourg to live in England recently, and accepted this show on UDJ, he commented “I can’t believe we’re inheriting a music format free from Programme Controllers and playlists!  The problem is, I don’t know what the heck I’m going to play! – what a great problem to have!”. Now we can all find out how he solves his problem…

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9:00pmWednesday

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The Motown Hour

10:00pmWednesday

10:00pmWednesday

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11:00pmWednesday

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12:00amThursday

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1:00amThursday

Two hours of the finest Soul and Soft Rock that won't batter your ears, but will keep you hungry for more!

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MAX McGILL SHOW (USA)

3:00amThursday

3:00amThursday

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5:00amThursday

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7:00amThursday

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Stuart Busby Show

10:00amThursday

10:00amThursday

Stuart is United DJs ‘Baby-Jock’. He’s bubbling over with delight to be a part of this wonderful concept. He’s actually young enough to never have experienced a completely free music choice for the DJs…

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MAX McGILL SHOW (USA)

1:00pmThursday

1:00pmThursday

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Tony Prince Show

3:00pmThursday

3:00pmThursday

When he was last on the air, it was on good old Medium Wave – Tony has shot through an extraordinary radio time warp, missing the FM stage, to arrive here on our United DJ’s streaming format.   For 16 years Tony was pan European on Radio Luxembourg and now extends his reach to a global audience

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Peter Antony Drive-In

5:00pmThursday

5:00pmThursday

Peter is another former Radio Luxembourg DJ, whose heart was broken when 208 went off air.  But here he is subjecting himself to the heart healing process of UDJ with a drive time show you can enjoy every weekday.

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7:00pmThursday

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9:00pmThursday

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Pearly Gates Opens Up

11:00pmThursday

11:00pmThursday

Two hours of fabulous tunes selected by former member of the Flirtations, Pearly debuted as a DJ on Radio Luxembourg.

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Pearly Gates Opens Up

12:00amFriday

12:00amFriday

Two hours of fabulous tunes selected by former member of the Flirtations, Pearly debuted as a DJ on Radio Luxembourg.

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1:00amFriday

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3:00amFriday

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5:00amFriday

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7:00amFriday

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Stuart Busby Show

10:00amFriday

10:00amFriday

Stuart is United DJs ‘Baby-Jock’. He’s bubbling over with delight to be a part of this wonderful concept. He’s actually young enough to never have experienced a completely free music choice for the DJs…

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1:00pmFriday

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Tony Prince Show

3:00pmFriday

3:00pmFriday

When he was last on the air, it was on good old Medium Wave – Tony has shot through an extraordinary radio time warp, missing the FM stage, to arrive here on our United DJ’s streaming format.   For 16 years Tony was pan European on Radio Luxembourg and now extends his reach to a global audience

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Peter Antony Drive-In

5:00pmFriday

5:00pmFriday

Peter is another former Radio Luxembourg DJ, whose heart was broken when 208 went off air.  But here he is subjecting himself to the heart healing process of UDJ with a drive time show you can enjoy every weekday.

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ROB de MINK (HOLLAND)

7:00pmFriday

7:00pmFriday

Rob de Mink welcomes you every Friday night from 7 - 9 with the music you like.

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9:00pmFriday

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JAN BJERRUM (DENMARK)

11:00pmFriday

11:00pmFriday

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12:00amSaturday

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3:00amSaturday

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5:00amSaturday

Jazzin'It Up | Tracey Lee - United DJs of Malta. Let's jazz it up! Kick off the shoes, relax and listen to my show...Jazz, Swing, Lounge.... A cocktail of sheer class and charisma. This music is Timeless!  

Why I'm "Jazzin’ It Up" On UDJ?

It’s all about Genres, not the era! Personally, I believe this sort of radio works because it not only tells you exactly what’s on the tin, but it includes everyone, all age groups. I get twenty-somethings sending me postmodern jazz song suggestions to Over-60s introducing me to Rat Pack style crooners. The audience for my “Jazzin’It Up” Show is growing week by week. I play jazz, swing, lounge, crooners, Lindy hop. The playlist list is carefully researched and curated to match "my sound". That’s what I strive for. Why this genre works so well It’s got class, sophistication, spice, fun, cheek, it’s smooth, timeless and has a remarkable history! Singing it, listening to it…it makes you feel good! Guys want to be as cool as the Rat Pack and girls want to sing like Ella Fitzgerald! I come from a family of musicians; my grandparents were jazz musicians; Grandad; a pianist/piano tuner at BBC, London and my Grandmother was a singer. Their son, my uncle a jazz musician (double bass). My Dad, a jazz musician (drums) who played alongside Johnny Dankworth/Cleo Laine, Dudley Moore, Kenny Ball, Tony Russell, Tony Kinsley and Ronnie Scott often playing in Club Eleven and the Flamingo Club. My brother and brother-in-law are performing musicians. I’m surrounded by it! So jazz and swing is in the genes and I grew up listening to the records of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Doris Day and Nat King Cole. It’s almost Christmas and with it brings a swarm of well-known singers, musicians, stars releasing swing albums. From Lady Gaga and Robbie Williams to Chris Kamara and Jeff Goldblum. So why are they hopping on that jazz n' swing train of fun and good vibes? It’s almost become a tradition; to make your mark in the music industry, you must record a Swing album at some point in your career. I reckon it declares them as an authentic artist; to sing like their musical idols; legends such as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin or Ella Fitzgerald. There are so many tribute albums dedicated to great jazz and swing artists from the last century especially. It tests their musicianship, challenges them…to push their voice and style that little bit further, plus it’s fun to sing like one of your idols who inspired you to sing in the first place. Michael Buble was inspired by Frank Sinatra and has established himself as “The King Of Swing”, topping the charts and selling out gigs. He earns a very pretty penny and has an adoring amount of fans worldwide. His fame was achieved in a relatively short time in what others would struggle to do for decades. From a very early age, Michael said; “I wanted to be a singer and I knew that this was the music I wanted to sing”. Just watch any TV programme or movie, you’re bound to hear a jazz or swing song. Advertisers believe these songs work because they are easily recognisable, catchy and in turn helps people associate it with their product. In popular movies - A Bronx Tale, Sleepless In Seattle, Funny Girl to name but a very few… It’s the genre that gets the most inductions on the big screen. Why? It’s Up-tempo, "feel good” and positive lyrics. My partner, Nails Mahoney worked on a radio station in Canada called AM600 which changed format from Christian to Swing and the ratings went through the roof. It was around the time Michael Buble was their local boy singing in the clubs, making a name for himself. They were aiming for the higher age bracket demographic, but were surprised when their highest listenership was men in their 30s! MY RADIO SHOW AND HOW I WORK IT I started “Jazzin’It Up!” A few months ago on United DJs. I took a chance and it was well worth it! It’s been in the Global Swing Chart Top 10 three weeks in a row! This genre of music not only sounds amazing, it has psychological and health benefits too! Listening to music stimulates your hypothalamus; the part of the brain that regulates breathing, heart rate and triggers emotions. It releases vast amounts of dopamine, the "feel-good" chemical involved in experiencing pleasure and reward, enhances intelligence, performance and can bring out theta brain waves- the brain circuits used for creativity, increasing relaxation by increasing the alpha waves, where the brain adapts to and matches the rhythm. This enhances all aspects of brain activity, but after listening, it can tend to copy the improvisational patterns as heard in the music. Not only that- it slows down your heart rate, relaxes your breathing and lowers blood pressure. This music just keeps getting better, doesn’t it!? Dancing helps even more! Those swing notes, polyrhythms, response notes and improvisation do wonders for the body and mind! How I Curate My Music Track List I've got a rather good ear for music and always had a talent for this. It’s what drew me to the Radio World. I go with my musical ear, my instinct. A few seconds in and I’ll know if it fits my bill. I’m quick at spotting good music and potential hits. The energy, the mood. I research each song and believe placement is extremely important, basing this on musical theory - with the right balance of consonant notes (pleasing, soothing melodies, agreeable to the ear) and Dissonant intervals (unsettling, unnerving, cause tension). Not surprisingly, the most common are consonant notes which are dished out in the dozens in Jazz and Swing songs. My job is to now sell that music to the listener, my personality and the radio station. I’m aware that each song triggers an emotion, evokes a memory, creates a feeling. Other factors come into play; blue notes, chords, bars…there’s a whole mathematics to Jazz & Swing which separates it slightly from other genres. It’s educational for me, my listener…we’re on a magical Jazzin ’It Up journey together exploring this new and exciting venture. My ultimate aim each time I do my show is to give my listener at least one earworm…that catchy little annoying song that just goes around and around their heads for days after. Haha, I’m a lovely person, really!! But seriously…I love doing this show. It just suits me, fits like a glove, it’s ME! Thanks to Tony Prince and all the team at United DJs for giving us our home! "Jazzin’It Up" Tuesdays 7-9PM GMT / repeated Saturdays 5-7am on United DJs. (Listen Back to each show on Mixcloud ) Tracey Lee

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7:00amSaturday

Two hours of the finest Soul and Soft Rock that won't batter your ears, but will keep you hungry for more!

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Jonathan Miles Show Time

9:00amSaturday

9:00amSaturday

The only DJ we know who can camp out happily between our two Davids!  Saturday morning is made for great music, and here’s the man who will deliver!

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Tate’s Gallery

11:00amSaturday

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1:00pmSaturday

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3:00pmSaturday

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5:00pmSaturday

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7:00pmSaturday

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9:00pmSaturday

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10:00pmSaturday

No-one was happier than Eddy Grant when UDJ invited him to become a DJ. Back in his Barbados homeland he decided it was time to expose to the world the new music trend that has taken over on that wonderful island.  So, Eddy Grant Equals Ringbang! Party like the sun is shining!

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12:00amSunday

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3:00amSunday

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Mike Knight Show

5:00amSunday

5:00amSunday

When Mike came back from Luxembourg to live in England recently, and accepted this show on UDJ, he commented “I can’t believe we’re inheriting a music format free from Programme Controllers and playlists!  The problem is, I don’t know what the heck I’m going to play! – what a great problem to have!”. Now we can all find out how he solves his problem…

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7:00amSunday

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Howard Pearce Show

9:00amSunday

9:00amSunday

Howard spent many moons keeping greater Europe awake with his Radio Luxembourg shows, and Howard has worked for countless other UK stations. He’s been out of the radio loop for a few years but now - he’s back, to let you know….he can really shake ‘em down!!

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11:00amSunday

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1:00pmSunday

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Pilot Of The Airwaves

2:00pmSunday

2:00pmSunday

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3:00pmSunday

We’ve dressed up our favourite golden oldie DJ to bring his great archive of the most golden of all hits back to life.

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5:00pmSunday

Chantilly (Tilly Rutherford) started out running a record shop with Pete Waterman, eventually managing Pete’s own record label.  His big love has always been doo-wop and it may well turn out to be yours too…

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7:00pmSunday

From the set of Elvis Presley movies, where his dad was directing the King’s movies, to the UK Pirate Ship Radio Caroline, to RTL Paris, to BBC Radio One and now, at last, reunited with some of his old ship-mates. The Emperor invades Nashville.

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9:00pmSunday

Les Adams is one of the most influential UK DJs. He produced the Radio Luxembourg ‘Disco Mix Club Show’ which helped launch DMC.  Later he found himself in the charts and on Top of the Pops as L.A.MIX.  His passion, as you will hear, is jazz-funk.

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11:00pmSunday

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