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Annie Nightingale’s Queen of the Breaks to celebrate 40 years at BBC Radio 1

Queen of the Breaks

Queen of the Breaks

Annie Nightingale’s to celebrate 40 years at BBC Radio 1. Annie Nightingale’s four decades at the station with  night  programmes dedicated to her outstanding broadcasting career. Since becoming BBC Radio 1′s first female DJ in 1970 Annie has been at the forefront of new and groundbreaking music in the UK, with a rare ability to move with the times and appeal to new audiences throughout the years. From Punk rock and New wave to Acid House and modern Breaks, Bassline and Drum & Bass, Annie has brought the music of hundreds of artists and bands to millions of listeners ‘ in her own irreverent style.‬ Along with her status as BBC Radio 1′s longest serving presenter, Annie’s career has taken her on the road with some of the most iconic bands in history, including The Rolling Stones, The Who and The Police. She continues to travel all over the world to DJ at international clubs and festivals, and is known as Queen of the Breaks for her championing of breaks, bass, beats and mixes in her current weekly BBC Radio 1 show and beyond.

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