'STEWPOT' was briefly king of all media in the seventies
EPIC-LENGTH pseudo-academic study of how we'd got from delta blues to Barry Blue in only fifty two moves
SUNDAY AFTERNOON ‘do it yourself’ listener contribution-based music magazine
SERIOUS-MINDED ’let’s forget about pop music for a minute’ opportunity to air views on the real issues affecting listeners
MONTH-LONG prizestravaganza, purely coincidentally coinciding with annual survey of radio ratings.
RESHUFFLE replacement for Pick Of The Pops in Sunday lunchtime oldies slot
A nation's teens pressed Rec and Play on their big brother's shiny silver Amstrad ghetto blaster, and prepared to create their very...
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
CRANK phonecall-wielding late night humour from the one-time hi-tech one-man lunatic fringe of comedy
PEEL HOLIDAY substitute drollery from the unpredictable rock’n’roll humourist
Yet another easy on the ear, just-the-music presenter.
Loquacious anecdote-dispensing machine and longtime Peel Show producer John Walters fronting an ‘oik’s eye view’ roundup of happenings in the art and...
Pro-feminist talk-in with Jo Brand and Donna McPhail
RADIO ONE's original purveyor of In The Afternoon zoo-style bollocks
Richard Easter-propelled not-as-bad-as-it’s-remembered-as-being lampoonery of all things Q Magazine