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Vanessa Feltz to take helm at flagship BBC Radio London show

bbc radio london schedule

London deserves so much better!!! London deserves so much better!!! Simon Lederman was much better in that slot. Barks days must be numbered. Duncan Barkes also a disaster. Just not a nice voice. Our top team of commentators will bring you all the football action from London's Premier League and Football League sides, Premiership rugby union involving Wasps, Harlequins, London Irish and Saracens, Middlesex and Surrey cricket, as well as the best from the rest of the area's sporting action.

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Boxing results 2018

bbc radio london schedule

Vanessa sorry you are a great phone in host well suited for mid mornings but alas not for me at breakfast time. Only talks about the news. The station broadcasts on a host of frequencies, including 94. Paul Ross is a disaster and has never cut the mustard wherever he has worked. So, taking on the big problems of our time, this new programme asks —is it possible to just hack issues like the refugee crisis, air pollution or inequality? Duncan Barkes also a disaster. The researchers give us a unique insight into how they carry out the experiments that help them and us understand our world.


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Vanessa Feltz to take helm at flagship BBC Radio London show

bbc radio london schedule

Each week the programme welcomes two guests for the entire hour to discuss and comment on themes and ideas of the week's news, from the realms of politics, science, music and the arts. To me that is public service broadcasting because no other station plays the music except maybe late night Radio 3 and no other station has hat's-ons for local gigs, unless they're big name acts who are probably already sold out. News programmes rightly sound the alarm on major crises and global problems — from integration and migration — but they often forget to tell us what the solutions might be. It needs a massive overhaul but quite frankly if it closed down I down think it would be missed at all. So, taking on the big problems of our time, this new programme asks —is it possible to just hack issues like the refugee crisis, air pollution or inequality? Simon Lederman was much better in that slot. News programmes rightly sound the alarm on major crises and global problems — from integration and migration — but they often forget to tell us what the solutions might be.

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Vanessa Feltz to take helm at flagship BBC Radio London show

bbc radio london schedule

Barks days must be numbered. I always look for a speech alternative at that time, and find myself flicking through channels disappointed. It needs a massive overhaul but quite frankly if it closed down I down think it would be missed at all. CrowdScience CrowdScience hears from the world's leading scientists and engineers, wherever they are in the world, and takes audience questions to them for the most up to date answers. Duncan Barkes needs to stop laboriously droning on about the format of his show, as though it was revolutionary - it isn't and Clive Bull did it better decades ago. I know Robert Elms used to be on mid mornings but now his show doesn't seem to fit.

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Boxing results 2018

bbc radio london schedule

Duncan Barkes also a disaster. It could attempt to be more populist by performing more of a community role. Can't even say the telephone number properly. That's what I meant in my earlier post. Together with our existing music strand, Global Beats, this means we will be offering a one hour music programme each weekend. .

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Weekly Schedule

bbc radio london schedule

To me that is public service broadcasting because no other station plays the music except maybe late night Radio 3 and no other station has whats-ons for local gigs, unless they're big name acts who are probably already sold out. Vanessa sorry you are a great phone in host well suited for mid mornings but alas not for me at breakfast time. The researchers give us a unique insight into how they carry out the experiments that help them and us understand our world. You don't create an audience by constantly repeating what you want the station to be, you produce quality radio, and an audience grows organically. People are hungry for programmes and stories which complement the sometimes hard news agenda and engages or empowers them about the possibilities for positive change. Together with our existing music strand, Global Beats, this means we will be offering a one hour music programme each weekend.

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Vanessa Feltz to take helm at flagship BBC Radio London show

bbc radio london schedule

While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Just not a nice voice. I know Robert Elms used to be on mid mornings but now his show doesn't seem to fit. The researchers give us a unique insight into how they carry out the experiments that help them and us understand our world. So, taking on the big problems of our time, this new programme asks —is it possible to just hack issues like the refugee crisis, air pollution or inequality? I do miss his old style. People are hungry for programmes and stories which complement the sometimes hard news agenda and engages or empowers them about the possibilities for positive change.

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Weekly Schedule

bbc radio london schedule

I reckon that he will soon run out of places to go. Paul Ross is a disaster and has never cut the mustard wherever he has worked. Simon Lederman was much better in that slot. I think the station needs to move away from news and just have more phone in and fun stuff. Also just as Radio Merseyside has Billy Butler on weekday afternoons, Radio London could get Danny Baker to do afternoon shows. Just not a nice voice.

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bbc radio london schedule

News programmes rightly sound the alarm on major crises and global problems — from integration and migration — but they often forget to tell us what the solutions might be. Duncan Barkes needs to stop laboriously droning on about the format of his show, as though it was revolutionary - it isn't and Clive Bull did it better decades ago. Tweaking it just a little for this century would work, I believe. Paul Ross is a disaster and has never cut the mustard wherever he has worked. News programmes rightly sound the alarm on major crises and global problems — from integration and migration — but they often forget to tell us what the solutions might be. For example just as Radio Merseyside has Roger Phillips presenting the midday phone in, Radio London could get Robbie Vincent to present a midday phone in. I reckon that he will soon run out of places to go.


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bbc radio london schedule

He sounds like a grater with that voice. You don't create an audience by constantly repeating what you want the station to be, you produce quality radio, and an audience grows organically. I think the station needs to move away from news and just have more phone in and fun stuff. London deserves so much better!!! People are hungry for programmes and stories which complement the sometimes hard news agenda and engages or empowers them about the possibilities for positive change. Only talks about the news. So, taking on the big problems of our time, this new programme asks —is it possible to just hack issues like the refugee crisis, air pollution or inequality? It needs a massive overhaul but quite frankly if it closed down I down think it would be missed at all.

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