Friday marks the end of the Mayan Calender and what’s better than to celebrate the Eve of the dreaded day with Rush Hour.
Tune in from 4 till 6pm on Thursday 20th December to hear some of the greatest music and presenter views on what they might be doing on the dreaded day.
So what’s better than to find out what you will miss about this wonderful world.
1. What would be the last album you would listen to in full?
2. Who is the greatest band of all time?
3. What would be your imaginary super group?
4. If you needed to hide, where would be the greatest place?
5. If it doesn’t happen (which it probably won’t) then how will you celebrate?
Also an end of the world special battletrack’s to finish off the show. Make sure you tune in from 4 till 6 on 107.5FM and on www.demonfmco.uk.
It just might be the last thing you do…..
Have you got that “Friday Feeling” well why not join the Rush Hour team today from 4pm to get your song request on Demon FM. We want to get you ready for the weekend and what is better than hearing your song played on the radio. Also we have the Future Hit from the Catalyst show and Battletracks which is a little earlier than normal at 4.15pm.
Get in contact by texting 60300, start your texts with the word “Demon” or contact the studio at firstname.lastname@example.org, Keep it live on 107.5 DemonFM and we will see you then.
Tune in tomorrow from 16.00 till 18.00 with Lucy Hunt and Chris Sharman for “Feature A” and “Feature B”. Some features may be new, Some features may be old. You will never know until you tune in.
All this plus the great music from the likes of Calvin Harris, The XX and Biffy Clyro. Keep it live on 107.5 DemonFM and we will see you then.
Rush Hour is Demon FM’s weekday drive-time show, broadcasting from 4-6 PM each weekday. Rush Hour drives you home with the latest news, stories, exciting features, competitions and prizes along with the best music to chill you out after your day of work or study.
Join the Rush Hour team every day and get involved with the action. Remember this is an interactive show and we love to hear from you whilst we’re on air so get in touch.