This week on NME Radio: November 17-23

Vampire Weekend, The Young Knives and The Shortwave Set make up part of the action

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NME Radio has a whole host of live sessions and giveaways lined up this week (November 17-23).

Along with the regular schedule of DJs and music this week boasts the following highlights:

Monday
NME's Jaimie Hodgson is in with Iain Baker (4pm) with the latest Radar tracks.

Tuesday
JD Birthday Lynchburg Review live show with tracks from The Young Knives and Ash at 4pm.

Wednesday
Mark Morriss of The Bluetones joins Iain Baker for The Forum at 4pm.

Thursday
Tour highlights from the JD Set with live recordings from The Shortwave Set, Sam Isaac, Les Gars, and Fight Like Apes.

To tune in, head to 87.7FM in Manchester or via Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727 or via NME.COM/Radio.

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