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The Wanted and the World's Youngest DJ, 6-year-old AJ!

1 hour
First broadcast:
Thursday 01 November 2012

The Wanted are Greg's Big Thursday guests to talk about conquering America, their latest projects and to quash all the rumours flying around about them!

Then we introduce the band to the World's Youngest DJ! Her name is AJ, she's only 6 and she interviews the boys and asks them all the questions you really want to hear like who they think has got the best hair, if they play with dolls to chill out and if Harry Styles will tweet her.

Rhianna gives us the latest movie reviews, plus we bring you another brilliant Ten Minute Takeover and loads of new music!

Music Played

12 items
  • Image for Coldplay

    Coldplay Clocks

    Clocks, Parlophone

  • Image for P!nk

    P!nk Perfect


  • Image for Daft Punk

    Daft Punk Digital Love

    Digital Love, Virgin, 1

  • Image for Maroon 5

    Maroon 5 One More Night

    A&M/ Octone Records

  • Image for The Killers

    The Killers Miss Atomic Bomb

    Vertigo / Mercury

  • Image for Alicia Keys

    Alicia Keys Girl On Fire


  • Image for Disclosure

    Disclosure Latch (feat. Sam Smith)


  • Image for Ben Howard

    Ben Howard The Wolves

    Universal Island Records

  • Image for Example

    Example Close Enemies

    Ministry Of Sound

  • Image for Angel

    Angel Wonderful

    Universal Island Records

  • Image for Wiley

    Wiley Can You Hear Me? (Ayayaya) (feat. Skepta, JME & Ms D)


  • Image for Jessie Ware

    Jessie Ware Night Light

    PMR/ Island Records


  • Thu 1 Nov 2012 18:00 BBC Radio 1

  • Thu 1 Nov 2012 18:00 BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland

  • Thu 1 Nov 2012 18:00 BBC Radio 1 Scotland

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