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So you love keeping an ear on the latest movements in the UK music chart but your fed up listening to chart shows that are not giving you the most up to date information, and not playing every song in the top 40? Well your search is over!

Every week The Ultimate UK Chart brings you a countdown show with a difference. Not only do we play every single song in the Top 40, we have our Sneaky Peak at 50-41 so you get a taste of what is just outside the Top 40. We bring you essential information about the artists and tracks but keep the waffle to a minimum so we bring you more of the music you love. We also now bring you the Top 10 Albums

The Ultimate UK Chart is a weekly chart show presented by Jason Scott and is compiled using a percentage of Downloads, Airplay, Streaming & Physical sales on a sliding scale, and include Sunday sales which is why you get a chart that’s way ahead of any other in the UK, and information is used from sales in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. If you are involved with a radio station that would like to run the show please get in touch via the contact page

Debbie Harry wishes she had written ‘WAP’

The 75-year-old singer is a fan of the chart-topping single from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, and Debbie is thrilled that the sexually      

Steve Mac was the big winner at the ASCAP London Music Awards

The 48-year-old record producer - who is one of the most successful songwriters of the century - won five awards at the virtual event, including      

Jessie J single again after latest Channing Tatum split

      

J Balvi set to play a gig on ‘Fortnite’

The 35-year-old singer is poised to headline the game's 'Fortnitemares' event on Halloween, with the gig set to air on 'Fortnite's casual "party royale" mode.      

Miley Cyrus freaked out by alien encounter

The singer admits smoking weed could be to blame for the incident.      

Blondie working on new material to keep themselves ‘sane’ during coronavirus crisis

Blondie have been working on new material to keep themselves "sane" during the coronavirus crisis.      

Sir Paul McCartney has reportedly finally finished the third in a trilogy of solo albums

The Beatles legend - who released his debut solo LP 'McCartney' in 1970 and followed with 'McCartney II' a decade later - is set to announce the next record on Thursday (22.10.20).