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by Dave Graham | (c) YorkSound Programming

Series 3 will be ending. May 31st will be the last show of the series.

Euro Chart Show is a weekly syndicated radio showed heard on stations all around the world since 2012. Free to air, as long as you hold a broadcast or streaming licence your station can air the Euro Chart Show. For more details and to sign up to our established show, email

Or fill out the quick and easy form below. 

Delivered each Monday as 2 x 320k unprocessed mp3 files, running time approx 55/56 minutes each show.

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Are you a radio station looking for quality programming for your station – if so, Euro Chart Show is your perfect match.

Produced since 2012 as a free-to-air show, Euro Chart Show is heard on many radio stations worldwide each week with over 2 million listeners – and YOUR station can be one of them treating your listeners each week.

The show is delivered each Monday by 2x320k unprocessed mp3 files, the show is approx 55/56 minutes to allow for news or an ad break. This basic generic version is and will be always FREE.

NEW FOR 2021 . . . . we can customise the show to fit your branding for £15 per show. This will include four customised links per show for your station, your jingles including an ad break if you need that too.  No long commitment, just £60 per month opt out any time.

Just fill in the simple form and we will get the ball rolling and put Euro Chart Show on YOUR station!

Sign Up for the Euro Chart Show here!

Do you have a licence to broadcast or stream online?

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About The Euro Chart Show

The Euro Chart Show was conceived in 2012 by Dave Graham in his role as programmer for RadioMax Europe. The show was originally presented by Martin Williams but when he became unavailable, Dave Graham took over the reigns and began a plan of syndication.

The show was soon picked up by stations worldwide, the first being Radio Boracay in the Philippines, soon followed by Salford City Radio (Manchester, UK), ICRT FM 100 (Taiwan), Vixen 101 (Market Weighton, UK), The Thread (Macclesfield, UK), Blizz FM (Aruba) and many more FM stations worldwide.

The show has always been provided free to stations, Dave Graham makes nothing for making the show each week other than knowing he has entertained millions of people all over the world (there is a new custom option available now) – and long may the show continue!