The event, at Arena Birmingham, is open to music fans aged 16 and above and promises to be "bigger and better" in Hosted by DJs from BBC Asian Network including Breakfast Show host Harpz Kaur, the event - which represents the best in Asian music as championed by the station - will see some of the hottest acts on the British-Asian and global music scenes come together for one night only in Birmingham. Punjabi vocalist Jasmine Sandlas will return to the Asian Network Live stage for a second year and Jenny Johal and Imran Khan will take to the stage to perform some of their biggest tracks.
The BBC is understood to given a reprieve to the Asian Network, the national radio service that was publicly earmarked for closure last year. The duo said the BBC had "agreed on a final proposal to keep the Asian Network a national station, but needs to serve its audience better" and that although it had been recognised, "it's not out of the woods yet". Stay signed in.
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This is an extremely popular station that first aired in as the Asian network. The original network on this airwaves was the radio Leicester show which lasted a little more than a decade. Most of the programming on this network is available in English but there are special programs which are available in Punjabi, Bengali, Guajarati, Urdu, and Miripuri. Most of these stations programs are talk and music and it gains quite a large listenership every year.
Please refresh the page and retry. T he BBC's Asian Network has apologised after one of its presenters caused controversy after asking its Twitter follows "what is the right punishment for blasphemy? Her assumption that blasphemy - which is still punishable by death in some Muslim countries - should also be punished in Britain shocked many viewers.
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Originally from Huddersfield, she has now adopted London as her second home. Future London caught up with the radio star to learn how she became a DJ and her favourite spots in the city. The editors happened to listen to one of my voluntary shows and dropped me a message.
Adil Ray, who began his broadcasting career on a pirate radio station in Huddersfield chatted to Encore about his latest show on the BBC's Asian Network. He now hosts one of the most popular shows on the Asian Network, which goes out at 10pm every weeknight. Adil, who in May was named among the nation's top 50 bachelors in Company Magazine, told Encore's Claire Beckwith he was enjoying his dream job.
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