Monthly Archives February 2013

The Hits Radio: Camryn – The Luckiest Girl In The World

The world may seem a bit 1D-tastic right now, but for good season. Fresh from winning a Brit Award, the boys have just embarked on a massive UK tour, that kicked off this weekend in London. All this week on The Hits Radio Breakfast with me, and Takeover UK with

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By darrylmorris

A Vine New App.

“Vine is the visual version of Twitter… “ A vine play on words for a title, don’t you think? No? Vine, suit yourself. I’m not the first to this party, but I’m certainly not the last. Vine’s popularity seems to be growing out of the states and usage in the UK

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By darrylmorris

The Hits Radio: Rita Ora and DJ Fresh on Breakfast

Tonight is the night. On The Hits Radio Breakfast this morning we officially christened ‘Brits Day’ and despite our poor efforts to muster up ‘Britstmas’ presents, Brit Awards excitement was in the air. Alex James will be live backstage at the O2 tonight with all the gossip and James Everton

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By darrylmorris

The Hits Radio: Tired But Trending

Friday, finally! This week was all about getting from Late Show mode to Breakfast Show mode, which presented it’s challenges. Apart from looking and feeling like I’ve been on the wrong side of a Chris Brown tantrum, it’s all been very successful. We soft launched the new Breakfast Show on

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By darrylmorris

The Important Email

I have an important email to send to an important man. I’m hoping this man will read my important email and agree to its requests. I haven’t met this man yet and although the email is important, I’m confident I can be relatively casual. I send my email from my

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By darrylmorris

The Hits Radio: A Brand New Breakfast Show

I promised some more news on what was happening after I finished my stint as host of The Late Show on Key 103 and 97.4 Rock FM and I’m delighted to be able to say, that on Monday 18th February we’ll be launching a new live Breakfast Show on The

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By darrylmorris

Introducing – Imagine Dragons

…the stadium filling euphoria you can get from Muse on a good day and the enchanting folk riff of Mumford and Sons – but with that edge that Mumford frustratingly lack. When American artists arrive in the UK, you’ll often find them buzzing with enthusiasm for our humble isles and

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By darrylmorris