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Playing the hottest UK chart hits of all time

What's On-Air

Monday to Saturday:

The hottest UK chart hits of all time

Sunday:
9 to 1 - 80s Hit Machine, including a classic Network Chart Top 10 at 11.20

2 to 7 - Non-stop 90s, including a classic UK Top 40 at 5.30

7 til late - Club Classics

 
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80s Hit Machine

Sunday 9am to 2pm GMT

The hottest hits of the decade, non-stop and commercial free. Listen out for a classic Network Chart Top 10 from the 80s at 11.20am GMT plus it's 80s Hits In The Mix from 12 noon - listen in for some of the rarer 80s hits and limited edition mixes

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Non-stop 90s

Sunday 2pm to 7pm GMT

The hottest hits of the decade, non-stop and commercial free. Listen out for a classic UK Top 40 countdown from 5.30pm GMT

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Club Classics

Sunday 7pm til late GMT

The hottest UK club hits from the late 80s to the present - this is the original Club Classics. Listen in for rare and exclusive mixes, all non-stop and commercial free

History

Hot FM UK has been broadcasting on the internet since April 2005 having previously broadcast as a local community radio station on the FM frequency of 106.7, 101.6, 107.6 and 93.9 FM between 25th April 1995 and 12th February 2005.


The origins of Hot FM UK date back to 1995 when Alderney FM started broadcasting on 106.7 FM on 25th April 1995 using a low powered 100mW FM transmitter running on a 9 volt battery. It’s range was limited to a 500m radius. Following on from this the transmitter was upgraded to a stereo 50W model with RDS (Radio Data System) and broadcast across Slade Green and the local towns, including Erith, Belvedere, North End, Crayford, Barnehurst and Northumberland Heath, covering a radius of approximately 2 miles.

The station changed its name in 2002 to Hot FM and after a switch from FM to internet broadcasting in April 2005 (almost exactly 10 years since its first broadcast) the station became known as Hot FM UK to distinguish itself from other Hot FM’s from around the world.

Today it streams music 24 hours 7 days a week to a worldwide audience, picking up listeners from about 50 different countries and listening for 100’s of hours every month.

 
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Now That's What I Call Music Weekend

Get ready to listen to non-stop hits from the world's most successful compilation brand - commercial free (with exception to the odd Now advert)

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Classic UK Top 40 of the Year

All the hits and all the jingles - as originally broadcast - check out a replay of the UK's top selling tracks of the year - make sure you're listening over the festive and New Year period to catch one of these rare broadcasts

 

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