Chris Moyles
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Mon-Fri 06.30

Today's running order
Friday 8th August 2008


6.30 – News and Sport
6.35 – Good morning. We’re in BBC Cornwall and we describe where we are and what we got up to last night. We set up Dominic’s phone call to BBC Radio Cornwall and Chris has a look on the map to work out exactly where Cornwall is
6.55 – We have a few issues with echo in our headphones and have to pad. Not to be considered for the trail
7.00 – News and Sport
7.05 – Nice slick link out of news, with a few local place name mentions, and we set up Dom’s call to the local radio
7.20 – We play Dominic’s phone call to Radio Cornwall in full. It’s genius!
7.30 – News and Sport
7.40 – We recap Dom’s phone call and then play our new mix from DJ Jaguar Skills
7.50 – We talk about where we’ll be doing this afternoon’s show from and Chris and Dave promote the soundclash in a boxing style
7.55 – We don’t have an appropriate jingle to fit in with the show so we make one up live in the studio
8.00 – News and Sport
8.08 – We play 8.08 state at 08.08.08.08.08
8.20 – Aled live from the boardmasters with the final lot of tickets. We notice that the photo of Aled online makes him look like a slaphead
8.30 – News and Sport
8.45 – We’ve been sent some lovely food from the lovely people of cornwall. We also have some messages from the Zutons. They’ll be on with us later. We also replay the Jaguar Skills remix
9.00 – The Golden Hour part 1 - 2001
Madonna – ‘Don’t Tell Me’
Feeder – ‘Buck Rogers’
DJ Pied Piper – ‘Do You Really Like It?’
Shaggy – ‘It Wasn’t Me’
Ian Van Dahl – ‘Castles In The Sky’
Wheatus – ‘Teenage Dirtbag’
9.30 – News and Sport
9.35 – The Golden Hour part 2 – team choices
Rachel: Bill Withers – ‘Lovely Day’
Dave: Oasis – ‘Live Forever’
Dom: Princes – ‘Sign Of The Times’
Chris: David Bowie – ‘Suffragette City’
Carrie: INXS – ‘New Sensation’
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