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Breakfast radio options 2010

Which Chris is which?


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MK Shrimper

Well-known member
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Ala Harry Hill - who will win the battle now TW is retiring?

Is it Moyles? Is it Evans. Do you care? If not, why not?

THOUGHTS!
 

BrettieAngell

THE ROCK GOD
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Don't listen to the radio so dont really care, used to like Evans back in the day though and Moyles can be amusing.
 

Napster

The Horse with no Name⭐
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Radio 4 is excellent in the evenings. last night, Stephen Fry and Paul Merton were hilarious in Just a Minute. Tonight, it's Mitchell and Webb. I have listened to Chris E recently and it's good, but to be honest, brekkie radio is wrong on so many levels. Sky Sports News is where it's at.
 

Uncle Leo

This cook is an anti-semite
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Is Moyles still unfunny? Haven't listened to him for years. Normally 5Live to get me out of my slumber, then XFM to get me going.
 

Slipperduke

The Camden Cad
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I'd rather boil my balls than listen to Chris Moyles. The man is so monumentally unfunny that he makes me want to hurt people. He's just loud. That's his thing. Being loud. Talking over people. If you were sat next to him at the bar, you'd glass him.

Chris Evans is a lot better than people give him credit for and he's far better on radio than he is on TV. That said, I'm with Napster. Mornings are for Sky Sports News. Evans is very funny, but he's not Lucy Verasamy now, is he?
 

Pubey

Guest
I'd rather boil my balls than listen to Chris Moyles. The man is so monumentally unfunny that he makes me want to hurt people. He's just loud. That's his thing. Being loud. Talking over people. If you were sat next to him at the bar, you'd glass him.

Chris Evans is a lot better than people give him credit for and he's far better on radio than he is on TV. That said, I'm with Napster. Mornings are for Sky Sports News. Evans is very funny, but he's not Lucy Verasamy now, is he?

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Matt the Shrimp

aka Harry Potter
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Radio 5 when shaving (because I actually think that Nicky Campbell is pretty good at what he does, and Shelagh Fogarty is a decent foil), followed by Radio 4 on my mobile, on the occasions I get the train into work. Humphreys can be annoying sometimes, but Naughtie is good and Evan Davies is warming up (albeit it was quite amusing to hear him get done over by Mandelson the other week).

Matt
 

Uncle Leo

This cook is an anti-semite
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Radio 5 when shaving (because I actually think that Nicky Campbell is pretty good at what he does, and Shelagh Fogarty is a decent foil),

I like Fogarty a lot, a typical 5 Live sort in having that balance between being able to do a serious piece and then switch straight to lighter-hearted moments. Peter Allen (Drivetime) is of a similar ilk.
 
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