TIME-HONOURED wacky-thumbs-aloft character, with permanent helium-hysterical microphone voice, who linked funny comedy clips
VOICEOVER-monopolising 'professional northerner' and Liz's rather more credible brother
UNSILENCEABLY northern 'earthy' humour-toting sister of Andy
AUDACIOUSLY fancying himself as the network's answer to Alistair Cooke
ONE OF those 'next big thing' jocks - Steve Wright-lite schtick, funny voices etc - who never quite made the breakthrough
FLUFF-FRONTED mockery of all things History Of Rock-slanted
MELLOW-as-mellow-gets-voiced guitar legend-cum-Sunday evening post-Top Forty blues show frontman
UNLIKELY combination of trend-cyncial music journo Steve Lamacq and woman who booked the bands for The Word Jo Whiley
COMEDY DOUBLE-ACT first deployed in epochal razor sharp culturally-topical (i.e. jokes about Jamiroquai and Supermarket Sweep) sketch show Fist Of Fun
DEPENDABLE Chegger-siblinged presenter of the definitive Cream-era Evening Session
HIGH-CONCEPT Iannucci-instigated ‘Political Comedians Do Question Time’ gambit
SHORT-LIVED attempt at courting LBGT listenership to audible MP consternation
'SUNSHINE SHOW'-promising token million-o-clock-in-the-morning reggae jock
DECENT ENOUGH aural prelude to sixth-form comedy fave of the day
RELATIVE longevity-boasting adopter of Tarrantesque zoo format for nationwide breakfast consumption
WILD MAN Of Rock showcasing largely unacknowledged verbose whimsy skills as Peel summer replacement
SUSPENSION-PRONE local radio madman
CHRONOLOGICALLY INSANE granting of weekly hour-long slot for Jonathan King
NUMERICALLY-INEXPLICABLE opportunity for everyone from Ozzy Osborne to Bobby Ball to pick out their twelve personal platters that mattered
INCOMPETENT banality-spouting sexist buffoon fired on air after a single ‘big launch’ show
STRAIGHT-TO-THE-POINT-CUTTING Radio One newsarama
FIRST female jock on Radio 1, cheerful big sister archetype turned largerette dance guru.
KNOWN as 'Me, Mark Page' to those few who listened to his tucked-away show
ANOTHER 'just the music' man
FORMIDABLE alterno-colossus and one-time tramp-resembling bloke scowling at the back of that infamous original Radio 1 group photo on the steps of...
WRY Imperial Phase pop-duo invited to do a novelty holiday cover slot as part of the baffling ‘Bates’ Mates’ summer scheme
SATURDAY MORNING pre-Junior Choice half-hour magazine show for listeners too young for pop thrills
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
POST-PYTHON option-weighing-up Eric Idle fills in time by playing at being a DJ
ULTIMATE left-field choice for primetime signings in the form of pirate DJs stroke cottage industry Kid Tempo and The Ginger Prince
Dark-glassed frustrated musician who regularly serenaded his breakfast listeners or roadshow crowd with a quick strum through Alice's Restaurant
Resilient summer fixture, kickstarted by Fluff in the summer of 1973, in which a bunch of massive trucks visit various old-skool seaside...
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
Dependable format - get several pop pundits, plus a jury ‘foreman’ selected from The One's roster to review the week's new releases.
GAME ATTEMPT at doing an NME/Melody Maker-style ‘inky’ on air
Surprise Broom Cupboard-fleeing addition to the roster
Fondly remembered long-time Capital mainstay in the Johnnie Walker 'DJ's DJ' mould
ILL-FITTING repositioning of Radio 4’s Graham Fellows-portrayed leading Yamaha-toter as a full-on Radio 1 DJ
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
ODDBALL Mark Radcliffe side project involving posing as a visiting alien
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.
DEPRESSING ‘Stilgoe Goes Indie’ comedy song showcase
FINAL throw of the dice for the recurring (up to then, at least) ‘irreverent music magazine’ format
TOP FORTY-following guest spot
SUMMER HOLIDAY kiddie-bait, featuring most of the original cast reprising eyewidemaking lasercentric space opera but (and here's the central flaw) on the...
'STEWPOT' was briefly king of all media in the seventies