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Friday - Ibiza Classics Golden Hour

Duration:
3 hours, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 03 August 2012

06:35 – We discuss Aled’s amazing quote about feeling fat after drinking 2 ribenas. We also talk about his beach body and then our Ibiza legacy in 1998 and 2003. It was a big day at the Olympics yesterday. We talk about our experiences of judo and boxing. We then discuss those birthday cards with the bad celebrity messages, and get Aled to guess who we’re impersonating.

07:00 – More amazing impressions for Aled to guess

07:05 – We have Spanish jingles cos it’s the Ibiza weekend. We then talk Max Beesley, advert voice overs, Robbie Williams at Knebworth 9 years ago and who supported him

07:20 – Classical class. We talk Pirates of the Caribbean and Con Air and composers and music scores etc

07:45 – What are you doing now

08:05 – Tina’s Olympics update

08:20 – Big Ibiza plug. The line up for this weekend is incredible

08:45 – We’ve got some quality new Toby Lerone clips, and we play some classics like the one from Radio Malta

09:00 – The Golden hour part one – 1999

09:35 – The Golden hour part two – Our choices

10:00 – Fearne isn’t sure she can make it to Aled’s birthday now

Music Played

21 items

Broadcasts

  • Fri 3 Aug 2012 06:30 BBC Radio 1

  • Fri 3 Aug 2012 06:30 BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland

  • Fri 3 Aug 2012 06:30 BBC Radio 1 Scotland

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