Take part in Steve's show
Dinosaur to Jr
Every Tuesday on Dinosaur to Jr, Steve will be talking to a parent and their child about their love of music and he wants you to take part.
Every music-loving parent wants their kid to love the same music as them, so we'll give you the chance to play a favourite track to your child live on air - and then they will get to tell everyone what they think of it. Of course they’ll love it, won’t they? They’ll then get the chance to tell us about a track that they think you should like too.
Like the sound of that? Then email email@example.com to take part!
- What happens when kids review their parents' favourite songs? - We let kids loose on their parents music choice, find out how it all went.
Robin Ince: Music Profiler
Every Tuesday on the show we are joined by comedian and Musical Profiler extraordinaire Robin Ince.
Here's how it works - we ask one of you to pick six tracks that have been important in your life, starting with the first song you remember hearing and working all the way through to a track that is never off your MP3 player. Robin Ince: Musical Profiler then takes those tracks and reveals everything about you without even having met you. Trust us, it's spooky...
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to take part, with the following information:
- Email address
- Phone number
- The first song you remember hearing
- Song 2
- Song 3
- Song 4
- Song 5
- And a song that is never off your MP3 player
- Tell us about the songs you've chosen
- Where did you grow up?
- What was your first gig?
- If you could be anyone in a band who would it be?
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