Amy Dargan at Valencia GP as Lorenzo wins!

Amy was in Valencia covering the final race of the MotoGP weekend to see Jorge Lorenzo win. For more info visit:

Crofty hosts the prestigious World Branding Awards

David was at Kensington Palace to host the highly prestigious World Branding Awards. Organised by The World Branding Forum the awards recognise outstanding achievements in branding and feature global multinational entrants.
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Emily Segal nominated for Best National Music Show!

Emily Segal has topped a fantastic few months by being nominated for the Best National Music Show at the Radio Academy's ARIAS awards. Bringing her unique style and wit to Heat's fantastic music format Emily's show is a must listen. She has been gaining huge acclaim since she started the Breakfast Show and the nomination is the result of years of hard work both on the radio and on-screen with her YouTube comedy sketches. You can catch her show here:

Justin Wilkes presents new Kisstory Show!

Following on from Justin's popular Kisstory shows you can now hear him in the mix for three hours every Saturday with "Saturday Night Kisstory" The new show features three hours of the best old skool dance and RnB. To listen to last Saturday's show visit:
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Social Influencers team up with Michelin

To celebrate the Supercar Paddock at the Goodwood Festival of Speed Paul Wallace from Supercars of London and Sam from Seen Through Glass were set a series of challenges by Michelin. The winner won the incredible experience of a high speed drive up the famous Goodwood Hill. Take a look at the content here to find out who won!

Marcus Bronzy to appear on Ultimate Brain!

As Marcus Bronzy gears up for another series of CBBC's Technobabble he's featuring as a contestant on "Ultimate Brain."For more info about Marcus visit:

Martin Archer features on BBC Ten O Clock News

Martin featured on the BBC Ten O Clock News discussing the new Earth like planet that has been discovered by the Kepler telescope. By detecting minute changes in light as planets pass in front of stars, scientists think they have discovered a planet very much like our own.

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