Friday Night Kiss

Friday Night Kiss (FNK) is a house music programme on the UK's Kiss Network (Kiss 100, Kiss 101 & Kiss 105-108). The programme runs every Friday from 7pm to 10pm and is presented by DJ Steve Smart. In addition to presenting Friday Night Kiss, Steve Smart also presents Kiss's other mainstream house programmes, Saturday Night Kiss (formerly Floor Fillers) on Saturday evenings and Blow Ya Speakers on Monday evenings.

In January 2010, Duncan Wallace joined Kiss from Galaxy FM to produce Friday and Saturday Night Kiss.

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