WITH Alternative Comedy looming on the horizon like a manic snorting lisping bloke saying "Barstard!", a meeting of minds took place between...
By the mid seventies Radio 2 was already turning into a rest home for dwindling nightclub acts and those intriguingly billed 'all-round...
EXCRUCIATINGLY beardily-tradicraft-named Capstick-heralded slot of obvious musical leanings with the most schizophrenic content possible for a radio show
BACHARACH-skewed counterpart to Radio 1's In Concert
Quasi-legendary, verging on the 'notorious' end of the scale, radio vehicle for the five-piece purveyors of finest 'joke'n'roll' whimsy.
LONGSTANDING regular engagement for those two men posing as elderly female academics
SHIP-IN-A-BOTTLE-like relic from an earlier age of Radio 2
FRANTICALLY theme-tuned serial thriller starring Ray Barrett as punningly named scoop-scouring investigative journalist Rick O'Shea.
BRIAN MATTHEW-helmed attempt at doing a radio version of those hazy late-night highbrow arts review TV shows
INHERITED weekly run-through of 'Old Ones, New Ones, Loved Ones, Neglected Ones' by mono-monickered pianist Semprini
SCARY, scary Sunday afternoon staple, usually broadcast just prior to Radio 1 taking over the FM transmitters for the Top Forty.
STARTED off as your standard-issue 'swinging hits of the Flower Power days of Merseybeat, daddio!' run-through of the hits of yesteryear
SATURDAY afternoon sporting concoction of football, county cricket and the 3.15 from Chepstow
TWO'S daily soap, created as a more 'happening' version of The Dales
AS FAMOUSLY heralded by frequence-fixated Kings Singers trillery, Radio 2 proudly became the first BBC station in the country to go 24...