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|Created by||Rowan Ayers|
|Presented by||Andy Crane, Andi Peters, Philippa Forrester, Toby Anstis, Jayne Middlemiss, Jamie Theakston Zoë Ball Mark Franklin|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Executive producer(s)||Mike Appleton|
|Original release||10 July 1989 – 1 December 2000|
The O-Zone was a weekly music magazine show broadcast on BBC from 1989–2000. The first series was presented by Andy Crane on BBC One as a ten-minute filler each weekday morning during the summer school holidays, before switching to a Sunday morning slot from that September onwards. The series continued as a five to 15 minute filler shown during school holidays and Sunday mornings on CBBC throughout the year, hosted by CBBC presenters Andi Peters, Philippa Forrester, Toby Anstis and Zoë Ball.
The show was given an overhaul and makeover from 13 January 1995, with Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston as the new dual presenters. The series was moved to Friday evening with Sunday repeat. The series was extended to 20 minutes from September 1996.
There was also a spin-off series, The Pop Zone shown in 1998.
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