Selector Radio

#SelectorRadio broadcasts the best UK music and emerging talent to over 30 countries around the world, connecting a global community of music lovers from Spain to China every week.

The weekly, two-hour show hosted by Jamz Supernova plays music from any band, any artist and any genre as long as it’s new and exciting. Jazz, grime, indie or electronica – or somewhere in between – Selector puts together a truly eclectic playlist with conversation from the artists and labels at the centre of the scenes.

As one of the leading next-generation DJ's in the UK, JAMZ SUPERNOVA has passion for her craft in abundance. Inspired by the likes of Nina Las Vegas, Toddla T, Diplo, and Annie Mac, as a live DJ Jamzweaves between UK Bass, Funky, Grime, Hip Hop, Jersey Club, and GlobalSounds. With no big-name bias and no obligation to please record companies or radio pluggers, Selector decides which artists to play and interview based on a simple mission to represent the range of new UK music out there rather than how popular or commercial the artist is.

Ukraine is one of the few countries in the world where, since 2010, the British Council releases a local version of the Selector Radio show. For 9 years, the Ukrainian voice and producer of the show was Valery Chachibaya, first on Prosto Radio and then on Aristocrats Radio, where the show can now be heard in English every Friday at 20.00. 

From November 2019, Ukrainian listeners can enjoy a new Ukrainian adaptation of UA: Radio Promin every Sunday at 18:00 and its repeat on Tuesdays at 22:00 and Thursdays at 00:00. The host of the show is Victoria Polchenko, creative producer of the radio station.

From December 2019, the show can be heard in English on Tysa FM every Sunday at 16:00 and its repeat on Tuesdays at 22:00.

Follow Selector online or hashtag #selectorradio to join a conversation about what’s happening in music around the world. Tune in to hear, not just the best from the UK, but curated sounds from across the globe.

Listen to Jamz Supernova's first Selector Radio show here.

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