ONE OF the original subset of muso DJs, who lasted the course by being more than happy to do the thirty seconds of gravel-voiced muttering at the start and end of live concerts, which gave rise to his one moment of actual publicity-courting, about-as-good-as-you’re-imagining single Rockin’ At The BBC.
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Bit poor of BBC4 to let the side down as we were in with a chance of all four BBC channels featuring Glasgow at the same time. That’s because in addition to the Games on BBC1 and BBC3, here we’re taking a trip to Duke Street, Britain’s longest street and therefore fertile ground for plenty of stories about social history, not least how half of it was nearly knocked down a few decades ago.
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