Heart's Christmas 2013 Show Highlights
Between Olly Murs and Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow and Mark Wright, Jamie Oliver and Emma Bunton - Heart has Christmas all wrapped up!
Monday 23 December, 10pm – 1am
Jenny Francis meets Mary J Blige ! The Queen of hip-hop soul joins Jenny to talk about her epic career, family life and plans for the future. She'll also be playing songs from her current album 'A Mary Christmas'.
Christmas Eve, Tuesday 24 December, 7 - 9pm
Mark Wright gets your Christmas Eve party going with his top 30 club classics of all time! Turn it up!
Christmas Day, Wednesday 25 December, 10am - 6pm
Stephen and Emma are joined by chef Jamie Oliver , who'll teach you how to make wonderful salmon blinis, design the perfect cheeseboard and a fresh approach to Prosecco! Gary Barlow also drops in to play some of his favourite songs from 2013 and a load of his festive faves.
Robbie Williams is our Rock DJ for Christmas lunch! He'll be playing some of his all time Christmas favourites, as well as tracks from his new album. Listen and find out what Christmas is like in the Williams' household, and his plans for 2014.
JK & Lucy will have your Christmas Day survival guide, plus they'll be chatting to Bruno Mars (3-6pm).
Boxing Day, Thursday 26 December, 1 - 3pm
Olly Murs presents his first ever solo radio show on Heart! Olly is the DJ for two hours of music chosen entirely by you. Plus he'll be answering a ton of questions that you've sent in.
New Year's Eve, 31st December, 7pm - 1am
Mark Wright provides the club classics soundtrack to your New Year's Eve party, with Steve Denyer taking over from 9pm. It's the only way to bring in 2014!
New Year's Day, 1st January, 1 - 3pm
Emma Bunton plays two hours of the best music variety as we start 2014 in style!
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