CHRIS Evans is back at the helm of Virgin Radio.
Make sure you don’t miss the Chris Evans Breakfast Show with our essential listening guide.
How can I listen to the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on
Virgin Radio is available nationwide on DAB digital radio, online and on mobile through the Virgin Radio app.
If you want to listen on a DAB or digital radio, for crisp, clear sound, most radios will allow you to search by name in alphabetical order – then store the station as one of your favorites.
What time does the Chris Evans Breakfast Show start?
You can catch the all new Virgin Radio Breakfast Show on weekdays from TODAY (January 21, 2019)
It is from 6.30 am to 10 am.
That means he’s on the air half an hour longer than when he was on Radio Two.
Who are today’s guests on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio?
Chris brings you a whole host of featured guests today (February 1, 2019).
Here’s a look at who’s on the show this morning.
- Sir Kenneth Branagh and Ben Elton – They will talk about the new movie All Is True, written by Ben and played by Kenneth.
- Billy Zane – Billy, 52, is best known for the movie Titanic. He’s back with the new Curfew TV show.
- Jade Bird – Singer-songwriter Jade, 21, will perform live on today’s show.
- Ten Tonnes – The rising singer will also perform live in the studio.
Who are the other Virgin Radio presenters?
Current presenters include:
- Eddy Temple-Morris
- Kate lawler
- Matt Richardson
- Tim cocker
- Sam Pinkham and Amy Voce
The playlist includes a variety of the best music from the 80s, 90s, 00s and today.
Along with regular musical programs, Pete Mitchell is a new signing on Virgin airwaves presenting his monthly documentary Revolutions in Music.
Jamie East has a monthly show called Classic Album.
What is Virgin Radio and when was it launched?
Virgin Radio UK is a national radio station owned by Wireless, which was acquired by News UK in 2016.
The station was originally launched in 1993 and was renamed Absolute Radio (now owned by Bauer Media) in 2008.
The station’s premiere new look aired at 11 a.m. on March 30, 2016, from a Virgin Train by Edith Bowman and Matt Richardson.
The first song played was a live cover of David Bowie’s Changes.
According to the latest figures, Virgin Radio now has 413,000 listeners per week, for a total of 1,543,000 hours.