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
GOD-BOTHERING magazine show with Simon Mayo as lead sermon-giver
SEEMINGLY NEVER-ENDING weird pseudo-comedy made up of faked purported clips of strange radio shows 'from around the world'
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
BATES-FRONTED weekly phone-in discussion-driven 'youth issues' early evening magazine show
BURNETT-INSTIGATED lunchtime lafforama
BIZARRE 'SIDEWAYS LOOK' at Glam Rock from a media career-courting Noddy Holder
RADCLIFFE AND KERMODE-alternating Walters’ Weekly-inspired arts show
EARLY ATTEMPT at half-hour speech comedy format with the aid of Patrick ‘Marby’ Marber
HISTORICALLY and technologically-displaced ritual with unchanging regular-as-clockwork format
'RED BOX' fiasco-presaging stint as a phone-in Agony Uncle
DEEPLY ODD show
AUDACIOUSLY fancying himself as the network's answer to Alistair Cooke
FLUFF-FRONTED mockery of all things History Of Rock-slanted
HIGH-CONCEPT Iannucci-instigated ‘Political Comedians Do Question Time’ gambit
SHORT-LIVED attempt at courting LBGT listenership to audible MP consternation
DECENT ENOUGH aural prelude to sixth-form comedy fave of the day
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
STRAIGHT-TO-THE-POINT-CUTTING Radio One newsarama
SATURDAY MORNING pre-Junior Choice half-hour magazine show for listeners too young for pop thrills
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
Resilient summer fixture, kickstarted by Fluff in the summer of 1973, in which a bunch of massive trucks visit various old-skool seaside...
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
ILL-FITTING repositioning of Radio 4’s Graham Fellows-portrayed leading Yamaha-toter as a full-on Radio 1 DJ
ODDBALL Mark Radcliffe side project involving posing as a visiting alien
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...
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...
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
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
Richard Easter-propelled not-as-bad-as-it’s-remembered-as-being lampoonery of all things Q Magazine