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Radio 2 DJ Sara Cox will dance to 80s tunes for 24 HOURS for Red Nose Day 2017

The 42-year-old presenter will boogie her way through 80s hits from 9.30am Monday 20 March through to Tuesday morning. Sara will be partying her way through her track-list just outside BBC Radio 2 studios in London. As she jives her way through classics from the famous decade, she’ll also be making..

Reported by OK! • Friday, February 17, 2017

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