Counting down to the end of the charts? How the Top 40 stays relevant in the age of YouTube

It is three minutes to four on a Sunday afternoon at BBC Radio 1, and Jameela Jamil, a woman arguably taller than any radio DJ needs to be, is strolling across soft carpet to her studio where she will preside over the UK’s Top 40 for the last time.

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