This week on NME Radio: December 14-18

Richard Hawley and Local Natives live in the studio

This week on NME Radio: December 14-18
Tune in to NME Radio this week (December 14-18) for the regular DJs and music, plus all this action:

Monday
Win tickets to see A Place To Bury Strangers with Jon Hillcock from 10am (GMT).

Tuesday
Dan Le Sac And Scroobius Pip catch up with Jon live in the studio from 11am.

Wednesday
Richard Hawley is coming into the studio to chat with Samanthi live on air from 2:30pm. Later Iain Baker is joined by NME features editor James McMahon to discuss releases by Julian Casablancas, Badly Drawn Boy and School Of Seven Bells.

Thursday
Local Natives pop into the studio from 2:30pm for a live chat with Iain about their year and plans for the future.

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

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