Oasis take over the radio

Band get to play all their favourites

Oasis are to take over the programming of BBC 6 Music for an entire day.

The band are to take over the digital airwaves when the annual BBC 6 Music Selector returns on December 12.

Oasis‘ choices included The Sex Pistols, The Beatles, The Kinks, Boards Of Canada, The Go! Team and Amy Winehouse. They have also commissioned one of their favourite bands, The Coral, to record a special and exclusive four-track session at Noel Gallagher‘s studio.

Frontman Liam Gallagher was interviewed by DJ Steve Lamacq, and claimed the band is destined for even greater success.

He said: “I want to be bigger. I imagined we’d be a lot bigger than we are. I think there’s a f***in’ genius album around the corner.”

Radiohead were the first Selectors in 2003, followed by Manic Street Preachers in 2004, and Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs in 2005.

Oasis release their ‘Best Of’ album ‘Stop The Clocks’ on Monday (November 20).