|Other names||Anjunabeats Worldwide, AWW|
|Genre||Trance, Progressive, and Electronic Dance|
|Running time||Two Hours|
|Country||London, United Kingdom|
|Home station||Anjunabeats Radio (broadcast worldwide through other stations)|
|Host(s)||Various Artists (typically artists from the Anjunabeats label)|
|Starring||Various Artists (typically artists from the Anjunabeats label)|
|Announcer||Various Artists (typically artists from the Anjunabeats label)|
|Creator(s)||Above & Beyond, James Grant[disambiguation needed], Mark Pledger|
|Recording studio||London, United Kingdom|
|Air dates||7 January 2007  to present|
|No. of series||1|
|No. of episodes||429|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Website||Anjunabeats Worldwide Radio Show|
Anjunabeats Worldwide (abbreviated as AWW) is a weekly radio show originally presented on a regular basis with exception by Anjunabeats artists James Grant[disambiguation needed], Mark Pledger, Super8 & Tab and now hosted by various artists from the label. The show is a two hour mix broadcast from Anjunabeats Radio studios in London every Sunday 17:00-19:00 GMT. The radio show draws on the label's impressive talent pool and unleashes their talents. Originally, each month, episodes would be presented by Anjunabeats artists: James Grant, Mark Pledger, and Super8 & Tab on rotation, with the remaining episodes featuring special guest DJs drawn from the Anjunabeats artist roster.
Currently, the episodes are presented by random Anjunabeats artists on rotation. The artist is given full two hours with no guest mixes, shout outs or features to play music of their liking.
Until episode 279, Deep Editions were known as Anjunadeep Editions.
- Episode 279: Anjunabeats Worldwide Deep Edition with PROFF
- Episode 281: Anjunabeats Worldwide Deep Edition with Jody Wisternoff
- Episode 284: Anjunabeats Worldwide Deep Edition with James Grant
- Episode 290: Anjunabeats Worldwide Deep Edition with James Grant
- Episode 292: Anjunabeats Worldwide Deep Edition with Martin Roth
- Episode 295: Anjunabeats Worldwide Deep Edition with Beckwith
- Episode 100: An extended 3 hour show featuring James Grant, Super8 & Tab and Mark Pledger broadcast on 7 December 2008.
- Episode 200: An extended 4 hour show featuring James Grant, Oliver Smith, Mark Pledger & Super8 & Tab broadcast on 14 November 2010.
- Episode 300: An extended 4 hour show featuring James Grant, Oliver Smith, Norin & Rad and Mat Zo broadcast on 14 October 2012.
- Episode 400: Featuring mixes from Jaytech, Jerome Isma-Ae and Boom Jinx broadcast on 28 September 2014.
Anjunabeats Radio is the home station for the show. Each week's episode can be heard live and worldwide on the Anjunabeats home page and also as an on-demand stream available until the next show airs. (Sundays 17:00-19:00 GMT)
(All times are localized for each region's respective time zone)
- Worldwide: Digitally Imported (Sunday 17:00-19:00 GMT, Trance Channel)
- Worldwide: Sirius XM Radio channel Area (Sunday 22:00 ET)
- Poland: Planeta Poznań (Wednesday 23:00-01:00 GMT)
- Brazil: Dance Paradise Brazil
- Ukraine: Kiss FM (Sunday 19:00-21:00 GMT+2)
- Dubai: Dubai92 FM (Sunday 17:00-19:00 GMT)
Anjunabeats Worldwide Compilations
Every year, Anjunabeats invites two DJs to mix a two-disc complation named after the radio show.
- Anjunabeats Worldwide 01: mixed by Super8 & Tab and Mark Pledger.
- Anjunabeats Worldwide 02: mixed by Super8 & Tab and Mat Zo.
- Anjunabeats Worldwide 03: mixed by Arty and Daniel Kandi.
- Anjunabeats Worldwide 04: mixed by Maor Levi and Nitrous Oxide.
- Above & Beyond Official Site
- Anjunabeats Record Label Official Site
- Anjunadeep Record Label Official Site
- "Anjunabeats Worldwide Radio Show Episode #001 - 7 January 2007". Retrieved 23 November 2012.
- "Anjunabeats Worldwide Radio Show Episode #100 - 7 December 2008". Retrieved 23 November 2012.
- "Anjunabeats Worldwide Radio Show Episode #200 - 14 November 2010". Retrieved 23 November 2012.
- "Anjunabeats Worldwide Radio Show Episode #300 - 14 October 2012". Retrieved 23 November 2012.
- "Anjunabeats Worldwide #306 with Soundprank". Retrieved 23 November 2012.