Annie Nightingale

Fri 02.00-04.00

Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth
Spinnaker Tower show

Roll it out....we're hoisting the Spinnaker for Annie Nightingale's third annual Radio 1 broadcast from the top of a famous tower. After London and Berlin , we're now going to Portsmouth and its brand new landmark - The Spinnaker Tower.

On the night of September 21 st we'll have some thundering breaks echoing out from the very top of this new sleek iconic structure, which will glow with its own special light show during the live broadcast. Look out for it if you live in the area!

It's a party in the sky, and Annie wants you to be part of it. Keep listening to the show for your chance to be there.

You can also be part of the Spinnaker show by leaving us a message - say hi to your mates, tell us what you're up to, or tell us about your favourite tower. It's simply your chance to broadcast from the top of the world!:
Annie says:
I've been up to the top with the Radio 1 team for a quick look, and its awesome. From the top you can see the English Channel, Hayling Island, the Isle Of Wight, ships and sails, helicopters flying at eye level, funfairs and ferryboats, what look like model railway trains far below and if you dare look down through The Glass Floor, you see straight tiny tiny figures 100 metres down, milling around the famous Portsmouth Harbour. I can't wait to show you the view when it all lights up for us on the night of Thursday Sept 21 st into Friday 22 nd from 1-3 a.m.

Next week I'll be announcing the special guests who will be playing at the top of the tower - it's going to be great.

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