October 21, 2014

Smooth Radio presenters head to Smooth 70s

A handful of Smooth Radio presenters will be heard on Smooth 70s for the first time this Bank Holiday Monday.

They’re heading over to their digital sister service to count down the Top 70 of the 70s, being broadcast from midday till 5pm.

Normally presenter free, the station will accommodate Mark Goodier, Carlos, Lynn Parsons, Andy Peebles and Kid Jensen as they reveal who is the most voted song of the 70s.

But in case you don’t want to wait till Monday, we can reveal Abba’s Dancing Queen gets the top spot.

Mark Goodier said; “Abba have had staggering longevity since their creation 40 years ago, and this listener survey proves they’ve never been more popular while the eclectic mix of music in ‘TOP 70 OF THE 70s’ reflects listeners openness to a vast array of different genres of music.

“From Minnie Ripperton’s timeless ‘Loving You’ at No.70 to Abba’s now anthemic ‘Dancing Queen’ at No.1, this survey is overflowing with true classics and will make a great soundtrack to anyone’s Bank Holiday Monday.”

Smooth 70s is the only national 70s radio station, despite Absolute 70s claiming to be the only 70s radio station in the UK. It is available nationally on Digital One and online.

Posted on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 at 7:26 pm by .

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  • http://www.facebook.com/ddwig Dave Wiggy Wiggins

    About Time Smooth Radio 70s Do Need Live Presenters On It Just Liked Smooth Radio Got On That Be Good Let Us All The Presenters Will Carry On. On Smooth Radio 70s All The Time Not Just For This Bank Holiday But All The Time

  • http://www.facebook.com/brianwinteruk Brian Christopher Winter

    Call me cynical, but I bet the programmes will ve ‘voicetracked’ and not live. Still, to hear a presenter between the songs will be nice, for a change/

  • Peter Judd

    It will be great lets have presenters all the time to make this 70’s station the greatest on the air
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