If you listen to Absolute Radio 70s on digital radio in London, or on digital TV, there are some changes coming which will mean you'll need to listen to us in a different way.
As of 23rd May, we will be longer be available on digital radio or digital TV. Don't panic though, we're not disappearing completely and you'll still be able to listen to us in all of the following ways:
- Online at absoluteradio.co.uk
- Our free mobile apps, available to download on iOS and Android phones and tablets
- Smart speakers/voice activated devices (E.g Amazon Echo. Say "Alexa, play Absolute Radio 70s")
- WiFi enabled internet radios
- Smart TV and Apple TV apps
If you already listen to us in one of those ways, great - nothing is changing for you! We're having to make this change because there's only a limited amount of space available on digital radios and there are some new stations coming. We're making way for some new people, but we're still here bringing you loads of pop, rock, soul and disco in all of the ways listed above.
If you're a fan of Sarah Champion and Chris Martin (who isn't, they're brilliant) you'll still be able to hear them elsewhere in the Absolute Radio family. Sarah will be on Absolute Radio 90s on weekday evenings from 7pm and on Absolute Radio on weekend mornings from 11am. If you're a night owl, then Chris will be on before the new Dave Berry Breakfast show on Absolute Radio. He'll also be hosting a new drivetime show on Absolute Classic Rock on weekday afternoons from 4pm.
Don't forget the best way to listen to Absolute Radio 70s, and indeed all of our stations, is online or on our app with a free Absolute Radio account - log-in and you'll hear more music and fewer adverts, as well as being able to flick between all of our stations in one place. Why not give it a go now?