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Hattie Pearson | Saturday and Sunday 3am - 7am
Easing you early risers into the day, Hattie soundtracks (very) early mornings every Saturday and Sundays, 3am - 7am
Hattie is an adopted Northerner - born and bred in Berkshire, she packed her bags and headed up the M6 to study English at the University of Manchester.
She soon found solace in their student radio station and curated her club nights by promoting the gigs and DJing. Hattie’s first experience of radio was in Africa of all places, reading the news in French. She's since worked on various shows across the BBC including stints at 6music and among other things a job in a fish and chip shop. Scraps, anyone?
Hattie is a skilled bassoonist and rides an old bike nicknamed "Winston" presumably after the scene in Lock Stock and not the former Prime Minister. All of this could well have led to the pins and needles she once had consistently for three weeks. Despite clearly being female, her parents decided it was for the best to send her to an all boys school.
Hattie Pearson: Recently Played
Guns 'n' Roses: We've Recorded Enough Music For Two Albums
The band's guitarist Richard Fortus says they've compiled enough recorded tracks for at least two new records - but added he has no idea what Axl Rose wants to do with the music.
Rolling Stones To Stage First Ever Major Exhibition
For the very first time, the six decade career of the Rolling Stones will be the subject of a major gallery exhibition to be staged in London.
Kings Of Leon Get To Work On New Album
The band are in the studio working on their seventh album, across the street from the studio they built to record Mechanical Bull in 2013.
Lucy Rose, SOAK and Mercury Rev Join Iceland Airwaves 2015 Line-Up
The line-up for the Reykjavík festival grows and grows, with today's addition of XFM favourites Lucy Rose and SOAK joining headliners Bjork and John Grant.