radio star


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radio star

n
(Astronomy) a former name for radio source
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I don't think Video Killed the Radio Star will be on the bill though.
Video Killed The Radio Star, a number one hit for Buggles, is the girls' first release on their new German label, Abaco Records, who signed them on a seven-album recording deal worth pounds 250,000 earlier this year.
Welsh girl band Dragonheart are hoping their new single - a cover of the '70s classic Video Killed The Radio Star - will be a hit when it is released this summer.
Spanish-language radio star Renan Almendarez Coello - ``El Cucuy'' to his fans - returns to mornings Monday on KLAX-FM (97.
One of the many amazing things you'll realize watching the first two one-hour installments of the four-part Video Killed the Radio Star (the final two were not available at press time) is just how gay music videos are.
NEW YORK -- Video may have killed the radio star, but can it help worthy job seekers become stars on Wall Street?
RADIO star Danny Baker has said he has beaten cancer, six years after being told it could kill him.
Ross Ward, 36, is accused of stalking former Real Radio star Lynne Hoggan.
QUIZ buffs can pit their wits against a radio star when he gives a talk next month.
At 90, Betty looks back on a colourful career with spells as a big band singer, radio star and actress in several famous Ealing comedies.
LOOSE Women's Carol McGiffin is telling all about her rocky marriage to radio star Chris Evans in her autobiography - even though he left her out of his.
Both Famous, a warning about reality TV that gives the album its title, and On The Radio recall Buggles hit Video Killed the Radio Star, while Little Miss Naughty and Posh Girls are power pop fuelled by schoolboy humour ("Posh girls have good manners but they go like the clappers").