BAKER'N'KELLY-helmed ostensible post-match analysis
PHENOMENALLY successful Simon Brett-penned suburban smugathon sitcom
Eternal childhood car journey boredom-accelerating forty-five minutes of over-enunciated words
COMEDY VEHICLE FOR for Simon Munnery's ultra-leftist lover of meaningless sloganeering and punk shouting...
ULTIMATE forgotten big-in-its-day comedy sketch show
VARIOUSLY ANDY KERSHAW/MARK KERMODE-FRONTED genre-driven rifle through the nation's Record Fairs
GIGANTIC unstoppable broadcasting juggernaut
Saga Of Everyday Country Folk joined in the throes of unlikely Swinging Sixties bandwagon-jumping
PRE-FAME atypically non-visual rubberfaced whimsy from Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis
Pseudo-transatlantically-hued occupation of whistle-friendly Medium Wave frequency by zany 'character' DJs churning out Yank-skewed 'classic rock' twenty four hours a day.
ANOTHER IN A LONG LINE of 'music magazine' shows
BROADCASTING'S HOTTEST PROPERTY parachuted in as cornerstone of Bannisterisation process
ULTIMATE MANIFESTIATION of the Bannisterisation process
BESPECTACLED HOUSEWIVES' CHOICE POLTROON who mystifyingly became a 'national phenomenon' in the eighties
JOHN SESSIONS and assorted Private Eye staffers repay sizeable comic debt by making a mostly successful attempt at shoehorning JB Morton's ancient...
FORMER BLUE MINK VOCALIST brought in to do holiday cover for Noel Edmonds
GOD-BOTHERING magazine show with Simon Mayo as lead sermon-giver
SEEMINGLY NEVER-ENDING weird pseudo-comedy made up of faked purported clips of strange radio shows 'from around the world'
WITH Alternative Comedy looming on the horizon like a manic snorting lisping bloke saying "Barstard!", a meeting of minds took place between...
FORMER RADIO LONDON PIRATE who became the first ever Radio 1 DJ bar none
One of the original stair-seated Radio 1 line-up, and also one of the first to leave
NO-NONSENSE just the facts straight ahead so-you-think-you're-clever-do-you? quizzery with Robert Robinson
LATE EIGHTIES token girlie jock with hairspray addiction to match
DID the early shift prior to Ray Moore
That dreaded peal of croaking charleston brass could mean only one thing
DAY-LONG dosage of Two Way Family Favourites for the benefit of 'our boys' over 'there'
RADIO 4's sonic equivalent of a scurrilous classroom newsletter
Self-styled 'Compact Disc Jockey' who arrived at Radio One to take over the teatime slot from Peter Powell
FOOTBALL TRANSFER-esque signing from BBC Radio Scotland, enticed Londonwards in the mid-seventies with the promise of a headlining slot
SURREALIST Renwick'n'Marshall free-for-all
MULTI-PURPOSE one-size-fits-all occupant of whatever slot happened to be vacant
SELF-APPOINTED late-night one-man intellectual outpost
TRAILBLAZING London-centric commercial service
LONG-SERVING wheel-taker of Two's Bisto-centric Sunday lunchtime inspiration-freeness All Time Greats
FORMERLY in Knees Club-zaniness cahoots with Kenny Everett on Radio London
BASED ON THE MISGUIDED THEORY that, if you were alone on Christmas Day, listening to a tape of Mike Read giving DLT...
POST-TARANTINO hipper-than-thou movie review show
BLATANT Lamarr-hosted attempt to ride the Comedy Is The New Rock'n'Roll bandwagon
ROUNDTABLE REINVENTED for the Smoking Jackets-era NME generation
By the mid seventies Radio 2 was already turning into a rest home for dwindling nightclub acts and those intriguingly billed 'all-round...
DIMLY-REMEMBERED Bramblesesque youth ticket jockette from early nineties intake
Mark Radcliffe and Marc 'Lard' Riley took to the road in a Triumph Dolomite to assemble ad-hoc documentaries about various 'cult'-inspiring phenomena
ONE OF A NUMBER of exciting new comedians brought in to try their hand at being DJs in the mid-nineties
PERHAPS THE EMBODIMENT of eighties red-white-and-blue-bodywarmer, get-your-R1-bugs-from-Smiley-Miley-on- the-Goodiemobile DJs
YET ANOTHER early vehicle for Stephen Fry, this time in the guise of not-at-all-Roger-Cook-libelling investigative journalising incompetent David Lander
ONE OF the original subset of muso DJs
UNSUITABLY monickered for those sung Radio 2 jingles
SUB-BLAKE'S 7 beardy 'space opera' melodrama about the crew of the Challenger and their seemingly unending quest to find one of those...
SATURDAY-NIGHT-JAPESMITHERY-in-waiting with bearded bouffanted melange of zany stunts
INITIALLY AFFABLE inventive bloke in oddly-named Sunday lunchtime slot Too Much Gravy