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The UK Soul Chart has moved to a new time on Starpoint Radio :- Saturday Nights 10pm - 12midnight
Dont 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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