This week on NME Radio: 15-21 June 2009

Anvil, Future Of The Left and much much more is on air

Heavy metallers Anvil have recently been announced for Download 2009 and have hinted they may be playing Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds too. Drummer Rob Reiner said recently: "Anvil has been around - now we're really going to be around. Nothing has changed, we're just kicking ass all the time. Now there are more people to rock for, and more people are understanding the story."
Tune in over the next seven days (beginning June 15) for the regular set of DJs and music, plus all this action:

To celebrate Xbox teaming up with Guitar Hero World Tour for this summer’s Ibiza Rocks launch, NME Radio is giving away a version of the game and an Xbox daily.
Tune in to Iain Baker every day from 3pm to find out how to win.

Anvil join Samanthi live in the studio to promote their film, 'The Story Of Anvil', which is due out on DVD soon.
New Music Editor Jaimie Hodgson joins Iain Baker at 4pm to play songs by three NME Radar bands.

Chris Martin speaks to Future Of The Left about heir album, 'Travels With Myself and Another'.

The NME Forum takes place from 4pm, with music from Bat For Lashes, Florence And The Machine and Mars Volta is under the microscope.

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart came into the studios recently to chat to Iain Baker and recorded a session. Hear it all in full from 4pm.

To tune in, head to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB in London or NME.COM/Radio.

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