About Selector Radio
Selector Radio broadcasts the best UK music and emerging talent to over 30 countries around the world, connecting a global community of music lovers from Spain to China every week.
The weekly two-hour show hosted by Jamz Supernova plays music from any band, any artist and any genre as long as it’s new and exciting. Jazz, grime, indie or electronica – or somewhere in between – Selector puts together a truly eclectic playlist with conversation from the artists and labels at the centre of the scene.
As one of the leading next-generation DJs in the UK, Jamz Supernova has passion for her craft in abundance. Inspired by the likes of Nina Las Vegas, Toddla T, Diplo and Annie Mac, as a live DJ Jamz weaves between UK bass, funky, grime, hip hop, Jersey club and global sounds.
With no big-name bias and no obligation to please record companies or radio pluggers, Selector decides which artists to play and interview based on a simple mission to represent the range of new UK music out there rather than how popular or commercial the artist is.
Follow Selector online or use the hashtag #SelectorRadio to join a conversation about what’s happening in music around the world. Tune in to hear – not just the best from the UK – but curated sounds from across the globe.
Special events and editions
Selector at 20
Selector Radio began over 20 years ago – a new radio show to provide a platform for new UK music to be heard around the world. In 2021, #SelectorAt20 celebrated two decades of curating the finest UK music, while also asking what the future might hold for the industry.
Jamz Supernova at the Radio Academy Festival
Check out Jamz Supernova’s panel moderation at the Radio Academy Festival on the impact of Covid-19 for music lovers.
Let’s be Late! @the Museum
Jamz Supernova visited Athens for a live DJ set at the Industrial Gas Museum. Entitled Horror After Dark, the late-night museum event introduced the host of Selector Radio to the local audience and gave them a taste of its new sound.
We supported the event as part of our Transforming Future Museums programme. It was the first in a series of events and meetings aimed at our Museum Professionals Network designed to explore the broad role of museums nowadays.