Friday 7th March 2008
6.30 - News and Sport
6.35 – It's D Day today for Chris - he's off to the dentist after the show to have his septic tooth removed. The team offer some slightly reassuring advice, but Chris is still panicky.
6.54 - Dave is going to be in a mood today because of the Everton score last night and listeners text in their teeth advice for Chris
7.00 - News and Sport
7.04 - We've got some running clips to play to inspire Chappers and Dave, who'll be on the phone in a bit
7.16 - Chappers and Dave are on the phone - we've got some new jingles for them and we reveal where they'll next be heading next on the Sport Relief challenge
7.30 - News and Sport
7.44 - Radio 1 presented the Kooks last night in Liverpool, and we play a track from the gig
7.49 - Chris does a nice corporate link endorsing the amazing BBC iPlayer
8.00 - News and Sport
8.04 - Carrie on Rugby Players - today it's England captain Phil Vickery, who makes a few digs at Chris
8.15 - Chappers and Dave are live at Everton, but their microphones are crackly. They commence the mile, but the line keeps cutting out, which is slightly problematic
8.30 - News and Sport
8.35 - Lots of sarcastic texts about the technical hiccups and Chris being an exotic gay dancer in Ashes To Ashes last night
8.45 - Another plug for Doug Walker's single
8.57 - Dave's on the phone setting the scene for us at Goodison Park
9.00 - Tedious Link - Bizarre Inc. 'Playing With Knives'
9.03 - Chris tells us about all the new jingles he's written for Chappers & Dave; let's get ready to run-ble, and Chris changes the route the dynamic duo have to take
9.23 - Chris loves the new Estelle record and the team are up for playing some running-related tracks in the last half hour of the show
9.30 - News and Sport
9.35 - The Golden Half Hour - featuring running songs
Gnarls Barkley - 'Run'
Kasabian - 'Shoot The Runner'
Candi Staton - 'Young Hearts Run Free'
Foo Fighters - 'Band On The Run (Established '67 cover)'
Iron Maiden - 'Run To The Hills'
Run DMC & Aerosmith - 'Walk This Way'
Bruce Springsteen - 'Born To Run'
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