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Look what I've found...

Greg James | 19:57 UK time, Wednesday, 13 August 2008

...Whilst clearing out my virus ridden computer, I stumbled across this:

livewirezane.jpg


This photo was taken about 3 years ago when I was at Uni in Norwich and I was on my student radio station, Livewire.  Zane was doing a DJ gig at my Uni that night and I managed to steal an interview with him before he went on. 

Three years later, I'm doing a soundclash with him on his show.  Very weird to look back at this.  Very.  Just thought I'd share it with you!

By the way, without sucking up too much, I'm busy sorting out a load of boring stuff at home tonight, and there is not many better shows on the radio than his.  It's brilliant. Heard the new Sigur Ros track tonight and I think I'm going to pick it as my Record of The Week next week because I think it's amazing.  Also, Red Light Company are doing a session at Maida Vale tonight - I wasn't too sure on them before tonight but that's the beauty of Zane's show, you get to know the band and you hear stuff you wouldn't hear on any other radio station.  OK, enough sucking up now. 

Goodnight from me.



Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Greg that looks like the largest bottle of water that I have possibly ever seen!It's rather unproportional to other objects in the picture!

  • Comment number 2.

    Hahahaha, Greg digs out a classic photo of him and Zane and all the person can say is "WOW, that's a HUGE bottle of water!" I agree though, it's pretty big!

    But, awww, that's a really nice photo. Who knew you'd be all over Radio 1 in three years time? And yeah, it's very weird to have interviewed him and then get to actually work together!

  • Comment number 3.

    europe has massive bottles of water. it was all like that when i was in italy haha! i guess north americans like to waste more plastic! haha. actually in my town (london, ontario) we just banned bottled water being sold at municipal events.
    awesome picture greg! i'm just going into campus radio myself, and i hope to have lots of fun, dreamin of bein on cbc or bbc one day!

  • Comment number 4.

    Morning Greg,, can i ask have ur fellow bloggers never seen a bottle of water before ? :)

  • Comment number 5.

    Yes I have seen a bottle of water before but that one is rather large!

  • Comment number 6.

    The old times! ha

    Lovely picture Greg! its just brilliant!
    Its Always good to go back and see how life changes!

    PS: Dont know why but reading the other comments made me feel like I have to say something about the popular bottle of water!.. Its big! Ive seen biggers though!

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