Fearne Cotton's new podcast 'Happy Place' released this week, has raced to no.1 to the iTunes 'Top Podcasts'. Fearne's first series of interviews sees her chat to Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black whilst catching up with Dawn French in an initial double episode release. You can now subscribe to 'Happy Place' here.
Danielle Perry has been nominated for the best Radio Show at this years Music Week Awards (for the fourth year running). The Music Week Awards now move into the judging phase, with winners decided by a combination of expert judging panels and a wider group of industry executives. click here for more info.
Gok Wan has has expanded his burgeoning business interests by launching an events company with Edinburgh based entrepreneur, Peter Ferguson. Beautiful Events and Productions provides companies, networking events and awards ceremonies, within Scottish market.
The partnership came about after Ferguson’s PDF Productions, handled production duties for Gok’s Fashion Brunch Clubs Tour when it came to Scotland last year. Full story here.
Following multiple stints as a presenting duo in 2017, Dev and 'Women In Music Awards' presenter Alice Levine will join forces to co-host Radio 1’s Weekend Breakfast show (6am-10am). The show launches on March 17.
The station has reinvigorated its line-up for the weekends as it seeks to provide listeners with a fresh schedule which includes, as controller Ben Cooper says, “the next generation of superstars”.
Noisy Kitchen's Ashley James has entered this year's Celebrity Big Brother. Marking the 100th anniversary of women being given the vote, this series will feature an initial all female line-up including Ann Windercombe, Amanda Barrie and Rachel Johnson. Live updates here.
Ashley James and Charlotte de Carle drop their latest House mix brining you an hour long mix of the hottest tracks from this year. The DJ duo have recently played for Dior, Heidi Klum and Maybelline as well as landing a guest DJ spot Mahiki, Dubai in November. Click here for full mix.
Gemma Cairney has been shortlisted for the 'Best Presenter in Speech' category at the Audio Production Awards 2107, recognising exceptional on-air talent presenting speech programmes or podcasts. The awards ceremony takes place on the 23rd November hosted by Trevor Nelson held at the BFI Southbank. Full shortlist can be found here.
Rat Boy has been announced as Liam Gallagher's support act for his acclaimed debut solo tour ‘As You Were‘. Rat Boy will perform at all 10 of the former Oasis frontman's UK tour dates including the Manchester Arena and London’s, Alexandra Palace during December.
Fearne Cotton has curated this year's Festifeel line-up with Busted named a headliners. Coppafeel patron, Fearne has pulled together a stellar group of bands and DJs to perform at the charity's annual day festival including Pixie Lott, Fleur East, Basement Jaxx and The Staves. Festifeel takes place on 14th October at House of Vans, London.
Ashley James and Charlotte de Carle chat all things Bittersweet DJs, in this month's Debut Magazine, inc. social media influence in the modern era as well as their business ventures outside of DJing. Debut Magazine is the UK's 1st career & lifestyle magazine highlighting women in the creative & media industries.
Fresh from releasing debut album 'SCUM' earlier this month, Rat Boy have announced their biggest UK tour thus far.
Starting in late January and culminating in early February of 2018 at London’s Brixton Academy. The band will also hit Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Cardiff, Leicester and Newcastle along the way.
Noisy Kitchen's Fearne Cotton hosts the BBC's 'Children In Need Rocks The 80s' this year, alongside Sarah Cox. The fundraising concert at The SSE Arena, Wembley celebrates the decade in which BBC Children in Need’s first major appeal took place with Boy George, Erasure, Europe, Imagination and Jason Donovan on the line-up taking place on 19th October.
We're delighted to announce Radio X's Jack Saunders has joined the Noisy Kitchen DJ roster. One of the UK's brightest young broadcasters, Jack also presents for MTV whilst bringing his passion for guitar music to events up and down the country when behind the decks. Enquire here for bookings.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dropped into Goldierocks set during their visit to Berlin as part of their royal tour. Goldierocks provided the tunes for Selector Radio's party for the British Council with William and Kate in attendance as special guests.
We're very excited to announce British fashion designer, Henry Holland has joined the Noisy Kitchen DJ roster. Henry's unique design style reflects directly into his diverse DJ sets, brining his blend of pop, party and dance to events across the country. For bookings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.