THESE DAYS better known as top showbiz agent and ex-Mr Anthea Turner, but once the Mark Goodier of his day
Master of musically trainspotting drollery
Dark-glassed frustrated musician who regularly serenaded his breakfast listeners or roadshow crowd with a quick strum through Alice's Restaurant
Famed for Transatlantic mindblowing vocabulary all of his own
Then little more than ‘That Bloke Off The Last Resort’ roped in to do holiday cover on the more irreverent shows
The Sav's main contribution to Radio 1 was The Old Record Club
Surprise Broom Cupboard-fleeing addition to the roster
Fondly remembered long-time Capital mainstay in the Johnnie Walker 'DJ's DJ' mould
EVERETT-DISCOVERED stolid Radio 1 standby for all those regular slots which didn't call for ker-azy madcap DJ japes
ONE OF the original group of ex-pirates that sat on the steps to be photographed in 1967
FOR a good while Mr BBC, but also managed to find time to become perhaps Radio 1's least memorable Breakfast Show presenter.
ANOTHER of those Beerling period fresh-faced recruits who was handed the prime weekend-early-show-cum-ejector-seatslot.
'STEWPOT' was briefly king of all media in the seventies
The Hairy Cornflake presided over the breakfast show in the late seventies, spending time inbetween at his charming Buckinghamshire farm with his...
‘TV ON THE RADIO!’ gag-overusing possessor of an entire Blake’s 7 episode location-friendly Cornish quarry down his gravel throat
Yet another easy on the ear, just-the-music presenter.
RADIO ONE's original purveyor of In The Afternoon zoo-style bollocks