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About Harriet Ivie

My name is Harriet Ivie and I am 17 years old. Back in July in 2015, I spent two weeks at Phoenix FM, as part of a work experience programme, at the age of 15. I fell in love with the atmosphere in the studio and the work environment and my passion for radio sprouted. My first show, 'In The House', which offers House, Dance, Old School and Club Classics, first aired on the 12th September 2015. You can catch me on Phoenix 98fm every Tuesday from 6pm-8pm.

WE’RE MOVING (AND UPGRADING!)

That’s right! In the house is moving after nearly two years now airing every saturday the show is coming to Tuesday nights from 6-8pm! Extending by two hours!

What can you expect from an extended show?

More house tunes, more old school tunes, guests and more!

Catch me every Tuesday evening from 6-8pm!

Harriet

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Saturday 17th June – IN THE HOUSE

On one of the hottest days of the year so far, I had to ensure to bring in deep summer vibes, so here is my playlist from todays show!

PLAYLIST

Aly-Us – Follow Me (Club Mix)
MOTi – Turn Me Up (feat. Nabiha)
Fastlane – Something Special (Into You)
Duke Dumont – I Got U (feat. Jax Jones)
Alexander O’Neal – Criticize
Gorgon City – Here For You (feat. Laura Walsh)
Blonde – I Loved You (feat. Melissa Steel)
MK – Burning (Orignal Vibes Mix) TRACK OF THE WEEK
Kideko – The Jam
Robin S. – Show Me Love (Stonebridge Edit)
Weiss – You’re Sunshine (Radio Edit)
Mitch Collinge – Heard It All Before (Remix)
Klingade – Jubel

Catch me every Saturday on Phoenix 98FM from 12-1pm!

Harriet

Tweet me: @HarrietIvie

Tweet the station: @phoenixfm

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In The House – 10/6/17

After two weeks off it was so good to be back in the hot seat in the studio!

Here is the latest edition of ‘In The House’ from 10/6/17

Here is my track list from the show:

Blame – (feat Elliphant) (Gorgon City Remix) Zedds Dead, Diplo & Gorgon City
You Don’t Know Me – Armand Van Helden (feat Duane Harden) – Radio Edit
In The Morning (Let Your Love Come In) – Egypt
If You’re Leaving – Le Youth (feat Sydnie)
Make Me Feel Better – Alex Adair
I Wanna Feel – Secondcity – Radio Edit
Into You – Odd Mob (feat Starley) (Odd Mob VIP)
Finally – CeCe Peniston (7” Choice Mix)
All My Love – Watermat, Becky Hill & Tai (TCTS remix)
Always There – Incognito (feat Jocelyn Brown)
(David Morales Remix)
Ocean Drive – Duke Dumont
Dom Dolla – You (MY TRACK OF THE WEEK)
You’re Sunshine – Weiss – Radio Edit
Need U (100%) – Duke Dumont (feat A*M*E) – Radio Edit
Everything You Never Had (We Had It All) (feat Andreya Triana)

Catch me every Saturday 12-1pm on Phoenix 98FM with ‘In The House’

Tweet Me : @HarrietIvie

Tweet the Station: @phoenixfm

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WE ARE FSTVL REVIEW

‘In The House’ is relished upon House Music, new and old, I have a love for this genre thus We Are Festival appeared highly appealing to my taste. I attended the first day of the festival – 27th May. Before I go into detail, of my view of the day, to sum it up in one word – incredible.

On the Saturday headlining artists were as followed: Hannah Wants, Armand Van Helden, Tchami, MK – which were all highlights for me.

Hannah Wants in particular stood out to me, mainly because I have been an admirer of her for many years now. To thousands she shared a deep house sound, with a few classics thrown in there, with some heavy baselines too. This to me is a perfect formula. Hannah performed in the tent that was known as ‘Terminal 1’, the event staged at Damyns Hall Aerodrome consisted of various arenas that were tent base, with three terminals and multiple tents, such as the love juice tent – a favourite of mine, that played tunes you couldn’t t resist singing along to.

Another highlight of the day for me was watching the legend that is Armand Van Helden. When I was first introduced to the House music scene, Van Helden was one of the first producers I was introduced to then became to love. Hearing the classics ‘My My My’ and ‘You Don’t Know Me’, blast through the booming speakers combined with the thrilling atmosphere with the thousands of attendees all emitting warmth from the love of the music, was truly a great moment.

Tickets for We Are Festival 2018 are already on sale, and I will certainly be purchasing a ticket at some point and if house music is your thing I highly recommend yo do too!

Catch me every Saturday with ‘In The House’ from 12-1pm!

Harriet

 

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1 Whole Year

One year ago today my first radio show aired here on Phoenix 98Fm, wow! It’s crazy to think how quickly time goes! I have loved it. So I guess that’s why the time has flown by! I am incredibly grateful and am so excited for what my next year in radio has to offer!

Today’s show (10th September 2016), Catch it here down below if you missed it!

The Playlist for today’s show is as follows:

  1. The Jam – Kideko
  2. The Girl Is Mine – 99 Souls – ft. Destiny’s Child & Brandy
  3. My My My – Armand Van Helden (Funktuary Radio Mix)
  4. Everything You Never Had (We Had It All) – Breach
  5. Spectrum (Say My Name) – Florence + The Machine (Calvin Harris Remix)
  6. Is This Love – Bob Marley & The Waillers
  7. Levels – Avicii
  8. Always – Route 94 – ft. Alana
  9. Go – Meleka (Crazy Cousinz Remix)
  10. This Ain’t Love – Apres
  11. That’s The Way Love Is – Ten City
  12. Two Minds – Nero
  13. Stay – Henry Krinkle
  14. Break Of Dawn – Rhythm On The Loose

I will be back next Saturday for more Club Classics, Old School, Dance and House hits, listen in from 2-3pm!

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In The House With Harriet Ivie

In this week’s edition of ‘In The House’, the old school sounds of Architechs, Bob Sinclair and Luther Vandross, were rekindled. See the full playlist of the show, here below:

To listen again click on the mix cloud link! See you next week!

  1. Real Love – Jess Glynne (Tough Love Remix)
  2. Body Groove – Architechs, feat. Nana
  3. Outlines – Mike Mago & Dragonette
  4. Day ‘N’ Nite – Kid Cudi & Crookers
  5. Don’t Give Up On Love – Blinkie
  6. Finally – Cece Peniston
  7. The Girl Is Mine – 99 Souls, feat. Destiny’s Child & Brandy
  8. I Wanna Feel – Second City
  9. I Wish You Were Mine – Phillip George
  10. Good To Be Loved – M-22
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In The House : 9th January 2016

Catch Me, Harriet Ivie. Every Saturday From 2-3pm with ‘In The House’ for Old School Anthems, Club Classics, House, Garage and Future Hits. On Air and Online.

FULL TRACK LIST FOR 9/1/16:

1. I Know – Shift K3y

2. Ignition (Remix) – R. Kelly

3. Firefly – Mura Massa, Feat Nao.

4. Why? (Matt Jam Lamont Mix) – Mis-Teeq

5. You Might Need Somebody – Shola Ama

6. Ride On Time – Black Box

7. Sambuca (The Return) (Jamie Duggan Meets Da Booda Remix) – The Wideboys

8. Resonance (Feat. Talay Riley) – LuvBug

9. Love Come Down – Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King

10. (TRACK OF THE WEEK) Gone Missing (Feat. BB Diamond) –  Shift K3Y

11. Been You – Justin Bieber

12. Benediction – Hot Natured

This week’s feature of ‘Show Biz News’, shaped into a film theme as the British Film Acedemy Awards, were announced. The Awards and Nominees are as follows:

BEST FILM
THE BIG SHORT Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Brad Pitt
BRIDGE OF SPIES Kristie Macosko Krieger, Marc Platt, Steven Spielberg
CAROL Elizabeth Karlsen, Christine Vachon, Stephen Woolley
THE REVENANT Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Arnon Milchan, Mary Parent, Keith Redmon
SPOTLIGHT Steve Golin, Blye Pagon Faust, Nicole Rocklin, Michael Sugar

LEADING ACTOR
BRYAN CRANSTON Trumbo
EDDIE REDMAYNE The Danish Girl
LEONARDO DICAPRIO The Revenant
MATT DAMON The Martian

MICHAEL FASSBENDER Steve Jobs

LEADING ACTRESS
ALICIA VIKANDER The Danish Girl
BRIE LARSON Room
CATE BLANCHETT Carol
MAGGIE SMITH The Lady in the Van
SAOIRSE RONAN Brooklyn

SUPPORTING ACTOR
BENICIO DEL TORO Sicario
CHRISTIAN BALE The Big Short
IDRIS ELBA Beasts of No Nation
MARK RUFFALO Spotlight
MARK RYLANCE Bridge of Spies

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
ALICIA VIKANDER Ex Machina
JENNIFER JASON LEIGH The Hateful Eight
JULIE WALTERS Brooklyn
KATE WINSLET Steve Jobs
ROONEY MARA Carol

The second component of the top, two show biz stories of the week was dedicated to the supreme American Actor, Harrison Ford. Who just reprised his role as Han Solo in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. Has just overtook Samuel L. Jackson as the top-grossing actor in Hollywood.

Ford’s career has generated $4.7 billion across 41 film roles. That averages out to about $115 million per movie, though “The Force Awakens” saw him grossing $781.1 million alone.

Samuel L. Jackson is still in second place, having grossed $4.6 billion across 68 movies. Behind Samuel L. Jackson follows: Tom Hanks with 2.98 billion, Morgan Freeman with 2.97 billion and Eddie Murphy completes the top 5 with 2.3 billion.

Tweet Me: @HarrietIvie

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