Chris Moyles

Mon-Fri 06.30

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Friday 23rd May 2008
Live from a pub in Leeds with the Kaiser Chiefs

6.30 - News and Sport
6 32 - Hello, we're in a pub in Leeds - we chat about the Featherstone Rovers game last night, including our moment out on the pitch which was all quite surreal. No one has had much sleep, and we play pub innuendo. Memories of the wives' night out in Maidstone
6 55 - Everyone is in a good mood...even Rachel!
7.00 - News and Sport
7 08 - Rob DJ is here wearing a vintage Leeds shirt
7 20 - Memories of Leeds. Where is Longman these days? Watch out for the evils of drink - as Carrie demonstrated when we first met her. The team are getting hungry.
7 30 - News and Sport
7 37 - Unofficial guide to the Kaiser Chiefs
7 48 - Sandy, who makes all the jingles, has had to pay twice over to get into a Scouting For Girls gig
8.00 - News and Sport
8 08 - Ricky from the Kaisers arrives! He doesn't have Sky and is excited to be down his local. But we aren't going to give away our location...Chris gives them tips on what to do with the crowd at Elland Road
8 20 - We think there's a crowd gathering outside the pub to meet us, but it's actually the bin men
8 28 - Davina McCall's text in the show excited about the pending pub quiz
8.30 - News and Sport
8 35 - Rob DJ's Friday morning pub quiz with the Kaisers
8 45 - Quiz answers. Ricky and Nick both get 5 out of 5
8 57 - The band are busy setting up and we have a quick chat with Ricky and Nick, although Nick goes all philospophical and scares us.
9 15 - Live music from the Kaisers - eventually! They play 'We Are The Angry Mob', complete with backing vocals from the crowd. The band talk about Elland road tomorrow.
9.30 - News and Sport
9 35 - Kaiser Chiefs Golden half hour - can you spot the theme? Nick and Dave spoil it
The Farm - 'Altogether Now'
Happy Mondays - 'Step On'
The La's - 'There She Goes'
Stereo MC's - 'Connected'

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