What a sook...It started off quite well then was back to the usual suspects later in the week.
Oh it's just the best ever... even the new producer "Anna is it?" got a dry & subdued "aye" fae BB when she inadvertently blurted oot "oh we must have played Bob Dylan 20 times at least since Christmas!"
Sounds promising!Cant say I've listened to the new format yet but I imagine its too long.
Long, schmong!They could easily devote a portion of the show to lengthy Tull songs, oreven a Tull segue or three...
I was listening to Dancing the Night Away in the car this morning Glen.Quite a coincidence.
Spooky. As The Git says there's scope for along song/album track slot which they've said themselves but done nothing about. I've also had four suggestions played out of five programmes (they need more obviously) but missed some because no one's going to listen to two and a half hours and I never listened on Friday anyway. Where's Henri Hannah?
..its on its way out...imho....and rightly so......the timing is now wrong for that type of programme and its too long by half...and thats me heard about 5 minutes in total.....i was shocked when it was revealed that jackie bird had come up with the 'crying' theme..wonder how long it took her to think that up....the show where the newsreaders pick the themes then your pal hosting the next programme gets his shout in...the programme where the dj picks the tune....i found it highly amusing that one week a song by YES was played and the very next week a song called YES was played..........the place is infested with YESSERS and the sooner they are rooted out the better....these private public shows of allegiance is arrogance in the extreme...so in short and to sum up ...'its lost its way, no half it has'......cheers frae the dale
Ah'm gaw hae a pint o what Dale's on