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About Absolute 70s

Listen online to the internet radio of Absolute 70s, sister station of Absolute Radio live here, on UK Radio Live.
Absolute 70s started in 2011 as sister station of Absolute Radio. Offers almost the oldest music in the decade orientated sisterhood, as compiles its playlist from the 70s music. Despite the only digital distribution 230.000 weekly listeners choose it for nostalgia, or for an interesting experience to listen-in to the heroic age of music, when there wasn't any digital intervention into the sound-waves of the recordings. Except some harmless rudimentary synthesisers, there were real voices, real instruments, and true poetic values in the lyrics because there weren’t digital upgrade options. The irony of fate, Absolute 70s is distributed only on the digital ways, there is no analogue availabilty for the voice of a digital-proof age of music.
Absolute 70s offers “No Repeat Guarantee”, so in its scope, on weekdays from 10am to 6pm, there will no tracks be played twice on the same day.
Absolute 70s ingnites the mornings on weekdays with Tony Dibbin from 10am to 1pm.
Absolute 70s is in the ownership of Bauer Radio Ltd., and member of the Planet Radio station group.

Absolute 70s music genres: pop, rock, soul, disco

Absolute 70s availability: Absolute 70s is distributed only digitally, so You can’t tune in with your traditional analogue radio, but several digital solutons are optionable. We recommend the online radio stream via the internet.

Absolute 70s 's slogan: "The UK's 70s radio station"

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E-mail: Absolue 70s can be e-mailed from the official Absolute Radio site here: https://absoluteradio.co.uk/contact/

Postal address: Absolute Radio, One Golden Square, London, W1F 9DJ, United Kingdom

Phone:
Studio: +44 0330 123 1215 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
Reception: +44 0207 434 1215 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)

SMS: 81215 (Get informed by your network provider about SMS service costs)

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Website: https://absoluteradio.co.uk/70s
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RAJAR Q1 2020: London and national brands roundup
BBC Radio 2 has lost almost a million listeners in the last year, according to the Q1/2020 audience research from RAJAR. The reach of the UK’s biggest radio station fell from 15.356m at the start of 2019 to 14.362m over the first three months of this year. The two biggest commercial radio networks – Heart and Capital – both lost significant reach over the 12 months too. The Heart network lost 787,000 listeners to leave a reach of 7.737m, while Capital dropped 815,000 to 6.386m. When you add in the other Heart and Capital branded stations – 70s, 80s, 90s, Dance, Xtra and Xtra Reloaded – the Heart brand reaches 9.365m and the Capital brand 7.502m...More >>
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Absolute Radio’s Hometime expands across network
Absolute Radio’s Hometime show is to be shared across the other Absolute-branded stations, with 7 separate playlists. The programme, presented by Andy Bush and Richie Firth for the last year, will air on Absolute’s decades stations – 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s – as well as Absolute Classic Rock and the main station. The split playlist technology developed by RCS and Bauer is already used on the Dave Berry Breakfast Show to enable genre specific music for each service alongside the live presenter content.More >>
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Tony Dibbin gets weekday mornings on Absolute Radio 70s
Former Gold breakfast presenter Tony Dibbin is joining Absolute Radio 70s for a new morning show. Tony will be on-air each weekday from 10am till 1pm starting on Monday September 9th. Absolute Radio’s Content Director, Paul Sylvester told RadioToday: “Tony is a great addition to the Absolute Radio family. With a wealth of music knowledge and experience, he is genuinely passionate about our music offering. We can’t wait to have him on board.”More >>
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Absolute 70s's schedule30

00:00 - Non-Stop 70s
Non-stop music on the UK's only 70s radio station where pop, soul, new wave and mainstream rock all combine to create the soundtrack to seventies Britain.
06:00 - Dave Berry's 70s Breakfast
Dave Berry and Matt Dyson wake you up every day with the biggest guests, gigs and 70s tunes.
10:00 - The No Repeat Guarantee with Tony Dibbin
Tony is here every weekday morning to play you the best 70s music! Whether you fancy The Clash, Queen, or Bowie Tony's got you covered.
13:00 - Non-Stop 70s
Non-stop music on the UK's only 70s radio station where pop, soul, new wave and mainstream rock all combine to create the soundtrack to seventies Britain.
16:00 - Hometime with Bush & Richie
The Hometime show, brought to you by Andy Bush & Richie Firth. 3 hours of nonsense presented by 2 confused dads. Apologies in advance.
19:00 - Non-Stop 70s
Non-stop music on the UK's only 70s radio station where pop, soul, new wave and mainstream rock all combine to create the soundtrack to seventies Britain.