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Rufus
Rufus
Rufus was recently described by his best friends as an Actor, Painter, Crimefighter and Lover of Men.

His acting roles include the thriller Spy Game and West End shows Journey's End and Frost/Nixon. As a painter he creates iconic bespoke portraits of people and grand buildings, and as a Crimefighter he collects Community Trust Action Awards. He now has 7. Though a lover of good character in men, he prefers the company of his girlfriend, and lives with her in a shabby chic rookery overlooking Nelson's Column.

Rufus's favourite singer is Jeff Buckley, whom he saw play in a pub in 1994, the best gig he's ever been to. He first met Stephen in 1995 at University, when they worked on an ill fated student revue for Edinburgh, and on student radio.

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Harry
Harry
Harry works for a bank. Think of him as a 6Music-friendly Howard from the Halifax ads. He manages squillions of pounds worth of investments for clients, yet maintains his indie props out of hours by immersing himself in the heartfelt musings of American Music Club, the heads-down axe-thuggery of Hot Snakes, and the glorious jangle of The Sea Urchins, to name but a few.

He met Steve over twenty years ago at school in Bristol, where their friendship formed over a shared love of The Smiths and an annoying tendency to re-enact the previous night's Fry & Laurie sketches in Chemistry lessons.

The corporate yin to Steve?s creative yang, Harry's musical choices for the show prove that bankers can rock with the best of them, at least for two hours on a Sunday, after they've read the business pages.

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Sammy
Sammy
Sammy gained her position as ‘She-J’ after sending in a CD and then coming in and being better than everybody else. She’s 20 and a half, as common as Rufus is posh and generally resides with her parents in Northumberland.

Though having had some minor roles in tellyland and the magical world of film, Sammy has a number of other jobs including teaching children drama in sign language and working in a call centre.

Sammy’s 4 favourite bands are Gomez (who she once met and then immediately fell over), Aqualung, Duke Special and Rufus Wainwright. When she was a child she used to love Gary Glitter. She really wanted to be in his gang. She’s really glad she wasn’t.

Her Dad (a long-haired cowboy boot wearing rocker) is a drummer and taught her to appreciate rock in all its forms. Including prog. Her Mam (a floaty flowery smelling hippy) has helped her to apreiciate the finer points of folk-esque 70’s harmonies.

Sammy has a trampoline, rides a trike and hates peas. But loves you. x

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Dan
Dan
Dan's old uni mate Steve has been mocking his height for nigh on 15 years now, which is a bit rich seeing as - unlike Steve - Dan's close to the national average.

Currently, Dan also pays Mr Merchant money to live in his home.  Away from the confines of the show, Dan is a journalist on the BBC Sport website's football desk and find's Steve's indifference to all but the biggest football matches unsettling.

Steve considers Dan's musical taste poor, oft citing a love of 'aimless noodly jazz-funk'. Dan considers this slanderous nonsense. He says "I merely prefer soulful music to the navel-gazing singer-songwriters which he loves so. Anyway, my taste is nothing if not broad - 6 Music listeners may be dubious about my love of, say, 4Hero, but hopefully share my obsession with, for example, The Fall…"

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