February 16, 2009 13:50

This week on NME Radio: 16-20 February 2009

The Soft Pack, The Datsuns, The Walkmen and Wintersleep all pile in the studio

This week on NME Radio: 16-20 February 2009
Along with the regular set of DJs and music, NME Radio has a whole load of stuff going on this week.

NME Radar editor Jaimie Hodgson is in with Iain Baker from 4pm with three of the best new bands, while Chris Martin has Bloc Party tickets to give away on his show from 7pm.

The Soft Pack call into the studio from midday to talk to Neil Cole ahead of their London show.

The NME Music Forum has The Rakes' Alan Donohue, SJM promoter Matt Woolliscroft and NME snapper Tom Oxley pulling apart the week's singles.

New Zealand rockers The Datsuns are in with Neil Cole from noon, while The Walkmen play an exclusive session for Iain Baker at 4pm.

Neil Cole's talking to Wintersleep from midday as they wrap up their UK tour and Fierce Panda's Simon Williams chats to Iain Baker at 4pm about 15 years of the label.

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

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