Chris Moyles

Mon-Fri 06.30

Today's running order
Friday 14th March 2008

6.30 - News and Sport
6.37 - We're live from Wembley! Chris sends Aled out into the stadium to test the echo
6.50 - Chris reveals some fascinating facts about Wembley and Carrie gets a ribbing about Chelsea's recent lack of success
7.00 - News and Sport
7.06 - Dom's confused about daylight saving
7.17 - Chappers and Dave are here! We comment on their new physiques. Chris plans to get leathered after all the running today
7.30 - News and Sport
7.36 - Chris questions the whopping expenses bills MPs are entitled to and he gets kitted up for the run in an XXXL t-shirt. It's not very flattering.
7.48 - The mystery runner joining us today has conveniently left their running kit at home. Will Kinder (aka greyhead) tells us the videos will be online from midday, but Chris is sceptical. The mystery runner arrives mid-link, and it's Vernon Kay. He tries to buy his way out of running the lap.
8.00 - News and Sport
8.05 - Chris, Dave, Chappers and Vernon commence their mile after some procrastination
8.18 - They're on the last lap - there's lots of heavy panting, and they're done!
8.28 - Chris is back in the studio to reveal the amazing amount of money we've raised so far for Sport Relief
8.30 - News and Sport
8.36 - The remainder of the team prepare for their mile
8.50 - They finish in 8 minutes and 3 seconds - but Chris believes the time is inaccurate
8.55 - Dom's recovery time is tested
9.00 - Tedious Link - Europe 'The Final Countdown'
9.05 - Chris has some more facts about Wembley stadium and plugs the tour, and everyone is in awe when the actual FA cup is brought into the studio. We go through the amazing array of celebs joining us on our laps around the London football clubs today.
9.30 - News and Sport and Carrie on Rugby Players
9.45 - Space Pirates is sung rather surreally in the stadium
10.00 - We rush off to our next club

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