“It’s time to get up and get on your way The breakfast show’s here to start your day Get your motor spinning,...
COMEDY VEHICLE FOR for Simon Munnery's ultra-leftist lover of meaningless sloganeering and punk shouting...
VARIOUSLY ANDY KERSHAW/MARK KERMODE-FRONTED genre-driven rifle through the nation's Record Fairs
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
FORMER BLUE MINK VOCALIST brought in to do holiday cover for Noel Edmonds
GOD-BOTHERING magazine show with Simon Mayo as lead sermon-giver
When Radio 1 decided to do a calendar picturing the DJs with their heroes, John Peel insisted on posing with a competition-winning...
SEEMINGLY NEVER-ENDING weird pseudo-comedy made up of faked purported clips of strange radio shows 'from around the world'
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
LATE EIGHTIES token girlie jock with hairspray addiction to match
Self-styled 'Compact Disc Jockey' who arrived at Radio One to take over the teatime slot from Peter Powell
MULTI-PURPOSE one-size-fits-all occupant of whatever slot happened to be vacant
SELF-APPOINTED late-night one-man intellectual outpost
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
ROUNDTABLE REINVENTED for the Smoking Jackets-era NME generation
DIMLY-REMEMBERED Bramblesesque youth ticket jockette from early nineties intake
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
ONE OF the original subset of muso DJs
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
THE ORIGINAL - and best - Zany Bearded Funster
THE FLUFFMEISTER'S loveable, never-changing, Brentford Nylons-flogging patter reverberated
OBSERVERITE daughter of Liberal gourmet and cat food salesman Clement installed by The Bannister on lunchtime show
BATES-FRONTED weekly phone-in discussion-driven 'youth issues' early evening magazine show
BURNETT-INSTIGATED lunchtime lafforama
YANK SMOOTH TALKER and memory machine
BIZARRE 'SIDEWAYS LOOK' at Glam Rock from a media career-courting Noddy Holder
THE MAN, or so the jingles had it, Who's Got The Best Music
MUCH-MISSED master of tape-fiddling
RADCLIFFE AND KERMODE-alternating Walters’ Weekly-inspired arts show
SEDATELY BEARDED and unchallenged king of American FM-style "and to take us up to the 3am news, here's a couple of classic...
BROUGHT IN to temporarily replace a Late Late Breakfast Show-occupied Noel Emonds
LANGUID CALEDONIAN hardcore counterculturalism representative of the 'chatting to members of Barclay James Harvest late at night' persuasion
EARLY ATTEMPT at half-hour speech comedy format with the aid of Patrick ‘Marby’ Marber
EARNEST DIMINUTIVE bearded rock-centric early seventies mainstay
NOW BETTER KNOWN as the supreme overload of sweary heavyweight satire, but in a former life a gag-friendly tape-fiddling indie DJ for...
HISTORICALLY and technologically-displaced ritual with unchanging regular-as-clockwork format
'RED BOX' fiasco-presaging stint as a phone-in Agony Uncle
Ineffectual weekend early morning frontman
FRESH-FACED Canadian blond smoothie
ARCHETYPAL 'lets the music do the talking' (ie dull patter, tinted pilot spectacles etc) jock
DEEPLY ODD show
UNREMARKABLE youthful mid-eighties recruit