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Coke New Releases
Saturday 24th September 11am-12pm, TV2

This week on Coke New Releases Phil gets down with the globetrotting New York teen legend Jesse McCartney, then witnesses the verbal fitness of Rodney Smith, aka Roots Manuva, in his love us then leave us, whirlwind tour.

U2 take to the streets of the big apple in their fourth single from ‘How to Defuse an Atomic Bomb’, while SJD gives us all a physics lesson courtesy of Parisian beat-mogul Kid Loco and Robbie Williams returns in a sumptuous video, ‘Tripping’, that well and truly lives up to its name.

There’s also the chance to win a double pass to each of the three Black Eyed Peas gigs.

The AIWA mini system is waiting to be won too – all you have to do is vote for your favourite artist from this week’s show.

Top of the Pops

Saturday 24th September 5pm-6pm, TV2

It’s a HUGE show this week on Top of the Pops! The one and only Jesse McCartney is in New Zealand and he's performing live in our studio! Plus he’s joined by New Zealand’s own Goodnight Nurse with their brand new single ‘Our Song.’

Also on the show this week we have awesome international performances from Foo fighters ‘DOA,’ Franz Ferdinand with ‘Do You Want to?’ the brand new single from Sugarbabes ‘Push The Button’ and Black Eyed Peas with ‘Don’t Lie.’

Don’t miss this massive Top of the Pops episode, Saturday 24th September on TV2!

Coke Countdown
Sunday 25th September 10am-12pm, TV2

With two brand new entries bursting into the top 10, its all go in the top 40 this week!

England’s soldier of sweet fortune James Blunt leaps up the charts with ‘You’re Beautiful’ and we’ve a brand new Black Eyed Peas entry set to rock the countdown. Along with that, is your chance to win the new White Stripes album (with limited edition White Stripe playing cards.)

Plus there’s brand new fresh kiwi clips from SJD, Foamy Ed and Carly Binding so be sure you don’t miss em!


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