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UK SOUL CHART.....

The UK Soul Chart has moved to a new time on Starpoint Radio :- Sundays from 4pm to 6pm
Don't forget our re runs for the international listeners:- Mondays 2am- 4am (thats Sunday night) Tuesday 1pm - 3pm (Daytime), Thursdays 4am-6am All UK times.
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The UK Soul Chart plays the top 30 new soulful tunes of the week & interviews with the artists. 
Presented by Kevin J The chart reflects the radio airplay in the UK and selected top soul tastemakers playlists. Read more

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The Soul Skool Sessions with Marcus Bee Thursdays 5-7pm

'Born in the heart of Birmingham City in the mid 60’s, 'Marcusbee' was part of the R&B and Soul scene.  With a fascination of music, Marcusbee was surrounded by family in the industry. At just 14, Marcusbee was thrown in at the deep end when his experienced DJ Cousin had to deal with an emergency and left him controlling the decks, " my cuz had faith in me ..it all started by accident really, all I knew was I could not miss a beat in-between tracks, I had one eye on the dance floor and the other on the decks!".
Spending hours in records shops in Birmingham and London hunting white label releases became standard for Marcusbee. Playing at parties and events locally and live showcases, Marcus dabbled and became proficient in Vinyl before settling into a more varied playing style.  Entertaining and Event management being his forte, Marcusbee is familiar and friendly face in the community, managing two Cafes in Birmingham's Handsworth Park (host to  Birmingham Carnival and many more). Marcusbee can be heard presenting   R&B and mixed genre radio shows on FM and internet stations and plays out locally and nationally at Soul and RnB nights. 
Marcusbee has an edge, emulated by no other. Taking true music lovers on a melodic journey,
 
Marcusbee has played at Soul Boutique, Soul Innit, and Old Skool Throwback  (Manchester). Quincy’s, The Loft and Glovers (Preston).  The Place and Soul So New (Stoke). Reminisce in the City, Fling Foot, Soul Steppers and was 3yrs resident DJ at Revolution Bar (Birmingham).
 
Marcusbee is best known for his seamless mixing style; with an ear for ‘BPM’ that holds the dance floor. His ability to manipulate the heart rate with his engineered sets is renowned'.
 
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