Chris Moyles
Biography

Mon-Fri 06.30

Today's running order
Friday 21st November 2008


6.30 - News and Sport
6.35 – Chris cooked again last night for Sophie’s Mum and Aunty and Uncle. Sophie didn’t turn up till later so Chris had to entertain Mum on his own. Chris went to the dentist yesterday as well, but managed to turn up a week before his appointment. We talk Steve Penk wind ups that he’s still doing. Chris demonstrates what his calls are like
6.55 – We talk about Timmy Mallet and David Van Day going into the jungle. Timmy really got up Kilroy’s nose
7.00 - News and Sport
7.05 – We talk about who could be the next Doctor Who. We thought it might be David Morrissey after his appearance on Children In Need.
7.20 – Aled is here and we showcase his new song to promote his work on the surgery
7.30 – We sing a song especially for newsreader Rebecca Puckyello
7.30 - News and Sport
7.45 – Chris and Dave do a demo for the Christmas number one, with their reworking of Every Loser Wins
8.00 - News and Sport
8.12 – Louis Walsh band one. We talk X Factor and where he’s from etc
8.30 - News and Sport
8.45 – Louis Walsh band two. We do questions from people needing to know stuff about the music business. Really good and interesting. We also find out some extra stuff about X Factor
9.00 – Golden Hour Part One - 1998
Green Day - 'Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)'
All Seeing I - 'The Beat Goes On'
Puff Daddy - 'Come With Me'
Rest Assured - 'Treat Infamy'
Foo Fighters - 'My Hero'
Da Hool - 'Meet Her At The Love Parade'
Bran Van 3000 - 'Drinking In L.A.'
Robbie Williams - 'Millennium'
Shed Seven - 'She Left Me On Friday'
9.30 - News and Sport
9.35 – Golden Hour Part Two - Team Choices
Rachel: S-Express - 'Theme from S-Express'
Dave: Feeder - 'Just A Day'
Dom: Madonna - 'Ray Of Light'
Carrie: Human League - 'Don't You Want Me'
Aled: Run DMC vs Jason Nevins - 'It's Like That'
Chris: Oasis - 'Supersonic'


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