When I first came to London, everybody listened to Capital Radio. Everybody talked about whatever Chris Tarrant did in the morning. That was a very different radio world with much less competition in the London market. Right now, I don’t know anybody who listens. Last week, GCap Media – which own Capital FM (as it’s now known)- announced a slump in profits and has promised a radical overhaul of the station. The new management are blaming the old management for the slump. Well, I guess they would, wouldn’t they?
In other news, Pete and Geoff announced they are going to split their award winning partnership and only one of them is to stay on at Virgin. I only listen to part of their show each day but have always found them quite good listening.
On this day…
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- 2005: Civil Partnetship: Update From Scotland — Countdown to Civil Partnetship: A survey for the Scootish Sunday Herald, yesterday, of local authorities has revealed that councils have [...]
- 2004: Oh the fun I'm having… — Interesting to note that Tom has left his tax return until this point in time. I don’t know him or [...]
- 2004: Oh the fun I’m having… — Interesting to note that Tom has left his tax return until this point in time. I don’t know him or [...]
- 2004: Gary Lucy's Birthday — Really, I should know better. The other day I spoke of the Man of the Moment project for the first [...]
- 2004: Gary Lucy’s Birthday — Really, I should know better. The other day I spoke of the Man of the Moment project for the first [...]
- 2003: Pop TV — Apparently, Top of the Pops is getting another make-over tonight, this time master-minded by Andy Peters:
Long-running chart show Top of [...]
- 2003: Linguistic Sensitivity — Anybody working in any kind of technoology arena will, no doubt, be a little interested in this from snopes.com:
One such [...]