Sounds of the 60s will continue with a new presenter and we will announce more details in due course. Announcer Roger Moffat brought to a close 22 years of the Light Programme. The Sheila Tracy Tapes, Radio 2, 21 September 2016, 22:00. I feel very disconcerted, I must say. The comments included people complaining about Chris Evans, Dermot O'Leary and even Tony himself despite the fact that others like them as presenters and their shows.
Schedules are becoming less and less important these days, many people like to listen or watch at a time that suits them not when an organisation says so. We are trying to reflect the information printed in the magazine. Consumer information, recipes and current affairs was the staple diet of the Jimmy Young Show, aired surprisingly on Radio 2 and Radio 1 until 1973! Their son Christopher was born there in 1954. I would like to hear a format similar to sounds of the seventies ,with interviews and memories as well as the music. Schedules are becoming less and less important these days, many people like to listen or watch at a time that suits them not when an organisation says so.
Why dont you just listen at 8am on the bbc iplayer radio app or the website if that is the time you like to listen to the show. Your changes will only be visible to all users once they have been verified. We did a session with Gene Vincent and Eddie Cochran and they got together on stage and jammed for 10 or 15 minutes, which was great. The station returned in 2015 for coverage of contest. In 1951, he married Pamela Wickington, a young actress, also at the London theatre.
Or do you have a question about this programme? The Sound of Music was a fitting start for the station, now devoted to light music. The programme was subsequently broadcast on Saturday 18 October, partially censored, having passed the various pre-transmission checks from the programme's editors. In the early 60s he regularly interviewed The Beatles and other acts on his Easy Beat shows. Launching a new radio station is no mean feat. Everyone is welcome from nine to 90. He has made the programme his own with his natural ability, passion and warmth and we are incredibly grateful for everything he has done for Sounds of the 60s. Jimmy Young acted as a bridge between the groovy sound of Radio 1 and the more sedate output of Radio 2 as both stations shared frequencies in the early years.
In the first quarter of 2011, Radio 2 was part of an efficiency review conducted by. That was soon to change! Much of its daytime -based programming is or , although the station also broadcasts other specialist musical genres. Although popular with its target audience, the policy alienated many younger listeners who had listened to both Radio 1 and Radio 2 and the station's audience fell. Just listening to Tony Blackburn, Sounds of the Sixties,on iPlayer, a couple of hours late and have to say that it is brilliant radio in my opinion. Please share this petition with like-minded people who support this cause.
Brian Matthew was born in Coventry in 1928. For many years, the network's overnight presenters, such as and , were based in Birmingham, but made the move to London in April 2008. The comfortable sound of Radio 2 in the 1970s was epitomised by Pete Murray in his Open House programme. Main article: On 16 October 2008, an episode of the , co-hosted by fellow Radio 2 presenter was recorded for transmission at a later date. Personalities like Terry Wogan began to emerge, whilst the formal announcers of the past took a back seat. When the school orchestra needed a trombone player, he taught his son the rudiments of the instrument.
Her slurred speech throughout her show on 13 August 2007 also made the headlines. My friends and I would love to book and see you. But he went on to present the television show Thank Your Lucky Stars, and from 1978-1990 he hosted the Radio 2 arts programme Round Midnight. I enjoyed doing the show very much indeed. Playback, Radio 4, 18 November 1991, 08:43. By hosting such long-running and popular programmes as Saturday Club, Thank Your Lucky Stars, Round Midnight and Sounds of the 60s, Brian Matthew had one of the most familiar voices in British broadcasting.
A new Facebook group and accompanying petition has been created to demonstrate that widespread support exists among listeners to see the return of a much loved Radio 2 show to its traditional time of 8:00 am on Saturday morning. She blamed a sore throat and later took a month-long break. The easy going music and chat style was still new to British listeners, but it quickly proved very popular. Tony's made the show his own, and the music is wonderful. Grab your tickets, come along and enjoy a terrific night with me, featuring some great stories and some great live music! Why do people think that their opinion about a presenter is any more valid than anyone elses.
Brian received the Gold Award at the Sonys in 2008. The show has a real 'offshore' feeling in that he seems to be having fun and wants everyone to join in. His father worked as a car mechanic, who loved brass band music and conducted the City of Coventry brass band. Initially, the programme only received a negligible number of complaints regarding ' bad language; however, the incident was reported a week later by and a public outcry soon ensued. The station closed down at around 12:33 am each day. Your use of this version of Genome is covered by the and these terms.
She would become Controller in 1990. Part of the audience was demanding something new. Janey Lee Grace, Steve Wright, Miles Mendoza, and Tim Smith are the regular posse. Schedules are becoming less and less important these days, many people like to listen or watch at a time that suits them not when an organisation says so. Throughout his life, Brian Matthew wished he could play better as he also dabbled with organ, clarinet and saxophone. A new Facebook group and accompanying petition has been created to demonstrate that widespread support exists among listeners to see the return of a much loved Radio 2 show to its traditional time of 8:00 am on Saturday morning.