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Original Programs

Anime Radio UK produces and creates a variety of original and exclusive programs.

The BIG One

Join Adam every weekday and catch up with all the latest news, announcements and much more. Schedule: Weekdays 17:00 – 18:00

Album of The Week

Every week we bring you a new album from some of the biggest names from the Japanese music scene. Schedule: Wednesday 20:00 – 21:00

New Releases Show

We play you some of the best new releases that are out this week. Get them first here on Anime Radio UK. Schedule: Thursday 20:00 – 21:00

Karaoke Night

It’s time to party! Get together with friends and pretend you know the words or just relax and enjoy the music. Schedule: Saturday 20:00 – 22:00

Japan Alternative Sessions

Get even more cultured as we bring some of the more unique and original performers in Japanese music. Be inspired by something new from the word of Indie and Alternative Japan. Schedule: Friday 20:00 – 21:00/21:30

Oricon Top 30 Singles Chart

Join us every week as we play the official Oricon top 30 singles chart Schedule: TBA

Sponsored Mix Blocks

One hour of back to back uninterrupted tunes brought to you by our sponsors. Schedule: TBA

Omnibus

Catch up with missed programs or listen to them again with the Anime Radio UK Omnibus. Programs:

  • Album of The Week
  • New Singles Program
  • Japan Alternative Sessions
  • Karaoke Night

Podcasts

Do you have a podcast that you would like us to air? Please contact us for more information.

It Came From Japan

It Came From Japan is an agency running tours and showcases that bring the freshest, creamiest Japanese bands to the UK. ICFJ’s podcast is our way of saying thanks to the fans who come to our shows, and a way to expose new Japanese artists to music-lovers in the West.

The History of Japan

This podcast, assembled by a PhD student in History at the University of Washington, covers the entire span of Japanese history. Each week we’ll tackle a new topic, ranging from prehistoric Japan to the modern day.

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