The Greatest Hits of Music
with James Ross
|Tuesday||11:00 am||1:00 pm|
|Sunday||6:00 am||8:00 am|
|Sunday||12:00 pm||2:00 pm|
Tagged as: Greatest Hits, Pop, Rock
The Greatest Hits of Music with James Ross is a 2-hour weekly syndicated music radio show, which focuses on great rock and pop songs from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s together with today’s biggest hits.
The Greatest Hits of Music is focused on upbeat, “happy”, songs, and is aimed at an audience of 25+, who want feel-good songs of their lifetime, but don’t want to be stuck only in a retro tunnel of golden oldies. Offering a superb package of uplifting and familiar tunes, together with new and surprising hits.
Playing the best songs from today’s UK and US Top 40, with occasional surprising chart-toppers from elsewhere around the world.
James has been broadcasting one way or another since he was a scruffy teenager. He’s been a DJ, producer, TV presenter, journalist, reporter, operations manager and distribution manager at numerous radio and TV stations in the UK and around the world. Somehow radio and TV is “in his blood”, and throughout his career he’s had close links with many aspects of broadcasting.
James started out in BBC Local Radio, working at BBC Radio Solent, BBC London and BBC Radio Bristol, mixed with spells at Radio Top Shop. He was then, for many years, behind the scenes at BBC Radio One, and then as a reporter at BBC Radio Two and LBC News Radio. His reporting specialty was travel shows, and for this he travelled all over the world to record radio programmes about destinations such as Barbados, Egypt, Cyprus, Hungary, Sweden, China, Japan, the U.S, and many others… an exotic and fun job which he loved… perhaps not surprisingly!
James has also been lucky enough to work closely, while at the BBC, with numerous celebrities – as diverse as the Pet Shop Boys, the Rolling Stones, Jeremy Clarkson, Simon Bates, Alan Freeman, Terry Wogan – and many others… With a slightly different hat on, James played key roles both in front and behind the camera at financial network Bloomberg Television in Tokyo and Hong Kong. In this role he saw at close hand the rise and fall and rise again of Asia‘s economies.
Back on the entertainment side James has also worked for UK broadcaster ITV working to expand shows such as Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here to a global audience. But it’s music radio that is his first love, and in the radio world he’s also presented shows for top radio stations all over the world, including those in countries as diverse as Spain, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Thailand etc..
Rather than focus on one particular era The Greatest Hits Of Music plays the biggest and best hits from the sixties right up to today’s hits. The show is about the strength of the artistes, and the familiarity of their songs. It’s about the best-produced, and most-uplifting hits from through the years, all mixed together with occasional songs from charts around the world, music and showbiz news, and a bit of light fun and banter.