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    Does your Radio Station play a lot of Christmas music?

    Our radio station plays a lot of Christmas music. What about your radio station ?
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    Generally in the UK christmas records are played ten days before and three days after christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mole View Post
    Generally in the UK christmas records are played ten days before and three days after christmas.
    Thats exactly whats happening here...
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    Christmas music is generally played on radio from Thanksgiving until New years. Itr gradually increases up to Christmas Day!

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    Yes. After first advent starts local radio play Christmas music. Luckily we have also Christmas radio on web, which starts after first advent.

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    we have a local station that plays Christmas music 24/7 the week before Thanksgiving through midnight Christmas day. Though they don't have an extensive playlist, lots of repetition

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mole View Post
    Generally in the UK christmas records are played ten days before and three days after christmas.
    That's pretty much the case here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mole View Post
    Generally in the UK christmas records are played ten days before and three days after christmas.
    Yeah i would say this as well......however our local radio station on sundays does phone in where you can request songs and me and my sister phoned in for "i wish it could be christmas everyday" at the beginning of december and her played. i didn't think he would so i was so excited.
    Steph xx
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    actually my radio station doesn"t play a lot of Christmas songs at all.You can hear maybe few and that"s all.

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    we have a radio station that plays only christmas music from the 28th of november untill the 26th of december non stop its brill. its aptly called Christmas FM. really gets you in the mood for trees , decorations , presents , music and good food. Love it.

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