4Plays with Helen Herimbi

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4PLAYS with Helen takes you beyond the velvet rope of the music world from Monday to Thursday. From established acts to newcomers, Helen lets the listener in on what makes musicians tick. This is complemented by booty-shaking and sometimes soul-stirring mixes of music every night. 4PLAYS with Helen: four times the music, four times the fun.

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