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Whilst we make every effort to provide you the most accurate, up-to-date information, occasionally, one or more items on our web site may be mis-priced.Gabriel & Co reserves the right to cancel any orders placed with incorrect price.The station left Sky Digital and Virgin Media on 3 July 2007, with other GCap stations Capital Disney, Chill (radio station) and Classic Gold Digital Network.In January 2008, it was announced on the website and in email to listeners, that the station was to close on 11 January 2008. The final song to play on the station was "So Long & Thanks For All The Fish" by Hilary Summers, Kemi Omniyi & The R'svp Voices.Core's Programme Manager, Bern Leckie, decided who stayed in the competition based on their performance.The two finalists were Will Goodhand and Matt Treacy. All prices on this web site are subject to change without notice.
To encourage interaction, the station used their My Space account, a new My Space discussion group, Skype, SMS text, online and a phone message machine to take requests and get audio clips to add to the stations output.They each broadcast a two-hour show, appealing for listener votes to decide the winner.Will, a contestant in the UK series of Beauty and the Geek (UK TV series) and a market research account manager, won.Core was originally owned by GWR Group (which became GCap Media and then Global Radio after the station's closure).It was launched on the Digital One multiplex on 15 November 1999 at 1pm (GMT), alongside four other stations, Planet Rock, Classic FM, Talk Radio (now Talk Sport) and Virgin Radio (now Absolute Radio), with other stations joining the multiplex in the following months.
The presenter lineup prior to the changes was Allan Lake, Nicola Bonn, Sophie Bruce, Philippa Collins, Nick Ludlow, Tim Cocker, Ben Moss, Val Mellon, Sally Hudson, Ben Glover and Kevin Hughes.