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Real sounds of the city We all know London has an energetic and diverse live music scene, but it is not even close to being represented on television.
Younger viewers will be sick and tired of listening to their parents droning on about old shows such as The Tube, The Word or, going even further back, The Old Grey Whistle Test. These days we don't even have Top of the Pops to kick around any longer. It's disappointing. We all know there are great gigs going on around town pretty much every night, but so much of today's music programming the inimitable Jools Holland aside is music video based. That, and the occasional performance by big, established chart acts on the Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross chat shows. London Live aims to change all that. Music will be an ever more important part of the schedule once it launches on March 31. Lorna Cole, a commissioning executive for music programming, outlines the new channel's opportunity. Don't mention The Tube "People are always talking about how they wish there was The Tube or Jools Holland for a younger audience," Cole says. "Audiences like seeing their favourite bands live. Especially Londoners because all the best artists come here. Look at Prince doing those secret gigs all over town. He knows London is what matters when it comes to a discerning audience. There's amazing energy in the London music scene." Cole, who has been a radio producer, presenter and DJ in both London and for six years Ibiza, says London Live (Channel 8 on Freeview, 117 on Sky) is keen to correct the imbalance of a lack of music high up on the EPG (electronic programme guide). So what can we expect from London Live?A 12 part, one hour weekly show,, will launch next month as part of the channel's Big Night pandora perth In strand. A mix of new and archive London live performances, the show will be hosted by Capital FM's Pandora Christie and will also feature backstage interviews about the artists' connection with the city. Bastille, Kelis, Stylo G, Band of Skulls and Jessie J are among the artists to feature in the early episodes, with archive appearances from the likes of Keane, Kaiser Chiefs and Pharrell Williams as NERD. Featured venues include Under the Bridge at Chelsea FC, Koko, The Barfly and Madame JoJo's. "It feels like terrestrial schedules have been crying out for a music show for some time," says Cole. "London Live wants to bring the vibrancy of the scene in the capital to pandora create your own bracelet peak time programming." Balcony TV: Music Sessions This half hour show showcases a wide range of indie bands playing acoustic sessions on a balcony overlooking Westminster. It is based on the existing online music portal Balcony TV London, and names to watch out for include The Shades, Dutch rockers De Staat and Kal Lavelle. Cole says there are more shows in the pipeline, both at peak time and notably within the Raw strand for newer talent, commissioned by Derren Lawford. "There are so many pitches, so many ideas," she says. The shows form most of the five and a half hours of news and current affairs the channel will run daily. Not the One Show Scheduled head silver charms pandora to head with BBC1's The One Show at 7pm, the hour long magazine programme will be hosted by journalist Louise Scodie. It will bring what the channel calls a "sideways, irreverent, inquisitive and unpredictable take on the headlines and talking points of the day". NTOS also features The Big Question weekly investigative strand, presented by the former BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat reporter Anthony Baxter, tackling a major London issue from all angles. The best of the week has a chance to appear on the Friday night show. Wake Up London A three hour breakfast show beginning at 6am, Wake Up London, presented by Marc Edwards, will include bite sized news, travel, sport and weather. Coming from the channel's Kensington High Street studios, it will be fast paced and flexible. Headline London and Power Lunch Weekdays at 12.30pm brings a one hour news programme with analysis and debate presented by Claudia Liza Armah. On Thursdays this slot will be filled by Power Lunch, an hour long opportunity for viewers to question influential Londoners, hosted by The Independent's editor, Amol original pandora bracelet Rajan. London Go A 30 minute entertainment show about what's going on in the capital. Filmed every night "live from a queue near you" on the streets, it will bring viewers closer to red carpets, openings, launches and whichever stars are in town that night.
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