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PUT SOME ENGLISH ON IT: WHAT'S NEW AT U.K. RADIO

Wondering what's new to the airwaves across the pond? We've got some answers, with help from the good folks at Radiomonitor.

For one, four of the 10 additions to BBC Radio 1 belong to Ted Cockle's Virgin EMI; those are Bastille's "Good Grief," Jonas Blue f/JP Cooper's "Perfect Strangers," MNEK's "At Night (I Think of You)" and Shawn Mendes' "Treat You Better."

Meanwhile, Mendes' "Treat You Better," James Bay's "Craving" (Virgin EMI), Rod Stewart's "Can We Stay Home Tonight" (Decca) and Shura's "What's It Gonna Be?" (Polydor) are among those to join BBC Radio 2.

And at Capital, we also see Bastille's "Good Grief" jump on board, as well as Kent Jones' "Don't Mind" (Black Butter), et al.

Click the relevant logo for each station's full chart. There are no new additions at Heart this week, but click here to see their full chart anyway.














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