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1. Steve Lamacq
2. Mark Radcliffe.
Your top 3 ?
3. chris moyles
I used to really like Richard Bacon when he was on Xfm, as well. He's working for the BBC now, isn't he? Probably doesn't have the same creative license though.
No George Lamb?
On 6 Music 2:00AM TIL 6:00AM not bad either.Great taste, no ego.
but his voice annoys me!
You've missed out on the whole "Get George Lamb Off of BBC 6 Music" thing haven't you?
And I've never caught Chris Hawkins, 2 til 6 isn't my usual radio listening time.
Don't listen to him.
Always wonder the depth of his sexual favours to his peers he's done to get the gig.
think he's on til 7, I only catch the last half-hour when I'm getting scrubbed.
for a nice shiny new DAB. xfm has driven my away.
Good Morning Phil Jupitus.
1) Gilles Peterson
2) Terry Wogan
3) Ken Bruce
Somewhat 'odd' choices, perhaps...
1) Steve Lamacq
2) Huw Stephens
3) John Kennedy
2 - Stephens
3 - Lamacq
1. John Peel
3. Mary-Anne Hobbs
2. Marcelle Van Hoof
3. Louise Hoblyn
1. John Peel (of corse)
2. Steve Lamaq
3. Huw Stevens
Honourable mentions to Gideon Coe, Mark Lammar and Rob da Bank
I've also started to warm to Colin Murray after years of despising him (maybe him being separated from Edith Bowman was a good thing after all)
...bless you gabriellerose, you've genuinely made my Christmas.
*sighs, has a wistful moment, then returns to normality by cueing up Suburban Nights by Hard Fi. Again*
He's the only Dj whos show I check every week. Mary Anne Hobbes plays some good stuff too but I never remember to listen.