Olly’s 8 Station Challenge


Olly's 8 Station Challenge

As part of Global’s Make Some Noise Day, we set Olly Murs the challenge of visiting all 8 of Global’s stations in just 1 hour – that meant Capital Xtra, Radio X, Classic FM, LBC, Heart, Gold, Smooth and finally ending up at Capital – and, along the way, he helped raise money for the small projects supported by Global’s Make Some Noise.

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First stop – Capital’s Breakfast with Dave and Lisa – who secretly challenged Olly to make an animal noises when visiting the stations on his challenge!

 

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Next Olly popped to see Jez Whelam on Capital Xtra…

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…before dashing to speak with Chris Moyles over on Radio X!

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Olly and John Suchet had a game of ‘Olly or Opera?’ in the Classic FM studio!

Olly Murs (left) and LBC radio presenter Nick Ferrari attending Global's Make Some Noise Charity Day at Global Radio station in Leicester Square, London.

He then headed to LBC to read the travel live on Nick Ferrari’s show.

Global's Make Some Noise Charity Day. Toby Anstis (L) and Olly Murs, singer, at Heart Radio studios in Leicester Square, London, to support Global???s Make Some Noise. Global???s Make Some Noise is a national charity that raises money to help disadvantaged youngsters and gives voice to small projects and charities across the UK that struggle to raise awareness.

On Heart, Olly got to choose a song as part of their special kid’s hour, and even got Toby Anstis to join in with his rendition of farmyard favourite ‘Old McDonald had a farm!’

Olly Murs (L), singer, and Gold radio presenter Tony Dibbin pose for a picture at the studio to support Global's Make Some Noise. Global's Make Some Noise is a national charity that raises money to help disadvantaged youngsters and gives voice to small projects and charities across the UK that struggle to raise awareness.

When visiting Tony Dibbin on Gold, Olly picked his ‘Favourite Greatest Hit’ from the Gold playlist.

(Left-right) Kate Garraway, Olly Murs and Richard Arnold attending Global's Make Some Noise Charity Day at Global Radio station in Leicester Square, London.

He then shimmied over to Smooth where he played a game of ‘Beat the Intro’ with Kate Garraway and Richard Arnold.

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All this before returning to Capital where he ended (and successfully completed) his challenge.

Phew! We’re out of breath just writing this!

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