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Absolute 80s radio is Absolute Radio’s most popular sister station with decade specialized musical line-up concentrating on the 80’s. With more than 1.4 million weekly listeners nationally, Absolute 80s has a decisive part in the Absolute Brand’s popularity. Absolute 80s is the most popular in the solely 80’s music specialized digitally distributed commercial radios.
As Absolute Radio’s adjutant, also Absolute 80s has the so called “No repeat guarantee” in its programme structure, which means that no track will be repeated on weekdays from 10am to 4pm. The guaranteed variety in daytime is followed by the nighttime’s intensified dynamics, when the musical selection turns to the faster paced 80’s party feel music.
Absolute 80s sets the vibes of the weekdays' mornings with a longer breakfast show, as starts from 6am to 10am. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, in the "Absolute Radio's 80s Breakfast", Ben Burrell, Emma Jones, Glenn Moore and Matt Dyson control the waves, while on Thursday and Friday, in the "Dave Berry's 80s Breakfast", Dave Berry, Emma Jones, Glenn Moore and Matt Dyson form the morning-show team.
Absolute 80s is in the ownership of Bauer Radio Ltd., and member of Planet Radio station fleet.

Absolute 80s music genres: pop, rock

Absolute 80s availability: Since Absolute 80s is distributed only digitally, it's not available on the traditional analogue radio way, but can be followed on most of the digital solutions, for example as online radio via the internet.

Digital Radio: Absolute 80s

DigitalTV:
Freesat: Channel 726
Sky: Channel 0200
Virgin: Channel 951

Absolute 80s 's slogan: “The UK’s 80s radio station.”

Contacts

E-mail: You can send your e-mails to Absolute 80s from the official Absolute Radio website 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)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Absolute80s
Twitter: https://twitter.com/absolute80s
Blogspot: http://forgotten80s.blogspot.hu
Website: https://absoluteradio.co.uk/80s
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