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Stephen Graham and Daniel Mays

Wake up and embrace the day with Zoe Ball! Actors Stephen Graham and Daniel Mays phone in to talk about their new show 'Code 404'.

Wake up and embrace the day with Zoe Ball! Actor Stephen Graham joins Zoe to chat about his new police comedy show 'Code 404'.

Plus we have more home-schooling after 7.30am, with children's author Onjali Q. Rauf setting an English and Creative Writing Task!

We also hear from the incredible 90 year old who is climbing a mountain on her stairs at home! Zoe finds out why Margaret Payne is scaling her highlands home staircase to raise money!

With the usual team of Tina Daheley and Richie Anderson, Zoe and the team have the best start to your morning. With celeb guests, quizzes, headlines, tunes chosen by listeners, and more music that you can shake a glitterball at!

There's also a daily Pause For Thought from Jahnavi Harrison and listeners on the line, as Zoe entertains the nation with fun for the family!

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2 hours, 59 minutes

Last on

Tue 28 Apr 2020 06:30

Music Played

  • Laura Branigan


    • Disco Queens: The '80s (Various Artists).
    • Rhino.
  • Jessie Ware


    • What's Your Pleasure?.
    • Virgin.
  • The Four Seasons

    December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night)

    • The Very Best Of.
    • Polygram Tv.
    • 11.
  • Seal

    Kiss From A Rose

    • Batman Forever O.S.T. (Various Artists).
    • ZTT.
    • 7.
  • Steve Miller Band


    • The Very Best Of The Steve Miller Ban.
    • Arcade Records.
  • The Divine Comedy

    National Express

    • New Hits 99 (Various Artists).
    • Sony Music TV.
  • The Rolling Stones

    Living In A Ghost Town

    • (CD Single).
    • Polydor.
  • Lady Gaga


    • (CD Single).
    • Streamline Records.
    • 1.
  • Supertramp

    Breakfast In America

    • The Very Best Of Supertramp.
    • Polygram Tv.
  • The Pointer Sisters

    Jump (For My Love)

    • The Best Of The Pointer Sisters.
    • RCA.
  • Coldplay

    Hymn For The Weekend (feat. Beyoncé)

    • A Head Full Of Dreams.
    • Parlophone.
  • Ava Max

    Kings & Queens

    • (CD Single).
    • Atlantic.
  • KC and the Sunshine Band

    Give It Up

    • The Best Summer Ever (Various Artist.
    • Virgin.
  • Keith Urban


    • (CD Single).
    • Capitol Nashville.
  • T. Rex

    Metal Guru

    • The Greatest Hits Of 1972 (Various).
    • Premier.
  • Nancy Sinatra

    These Boots Are Made for Walkin'

    • The Greatest Hits Of Nancy Sinatra.
    • Boulevard.
  • ABBA

    Dancing Queen

    • Abba Gold (40th Anniversary Edition).
    • Polar.
    • 001.
  • Dua Lipa

    Break My Heart

    • Future Nostalgia.
    • Warner Records.
  • Stereophonics

    Have a Nice Day

    • Now 49 (Various Artists).
    • Now.
  • Incognito

    Always There (feat. Jocelyn Brown)

    • (CD Single).
    • Talkin' Loud.
  • Roy Orbison

    Oh, Pretty Woman

    • Fifty Number Ones Of The 60's (Variou.
    • Global Television.
    • 16.
  • The Communards

    Don't Leave Me This Way (feat. Sarah Jane Morris)

    • Now 1986 (Various Artists).
    • Now.
  • James Blunt

    The Greatest

    • Once Upon A Mind.
    • Atlantic.
  • Happy Mondays

    Step On

    • Now 17, Part 1 (Various Artists).
    • Now.
  • Lewis Capaldi

    Before You Go

    • (CD Single).
    • Vertigo.
  • Billy Ocean

    When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going

    • Billy Ocean - Love Is For Ever (L.I.F.
    • Jive.
  • Live Lounge Allstars

    Times Like These

    • (CD Single).
    • Atlantic/Parlophone/Warner/Columbia/Island/Polydor/Virgin.
  • Mike + the Mechanics

    Another Cup Of Coffee

    • Mike & The Mechanics Hits.
    • Virgin.
  • The Coral

    Dreaming Of You

    • (CD Single).
    • Deltasonic.

Pause For Thought

Pause For Thought
Writer and Musician, Jahnavi Harrison: 
Quarantine has done something unexpected for our family. I wasn't meant to be here...back in March a travel ban meant I was grounded, on the very day I was due to fly. That was that. I unpacked my suitcase, jammed with things for my months of work in America. My brother, one month into his first proper job in the city, was sent home to set up a call centre in his bedroom. The small school my mum works at closed to but a few children and my Dad, who was set to be travelling around the UK leading courses and retreats, installed himself in the tiny upstairs hallway and started broadcasting regularly online...invariably calling out 'quiet on set' five minutes before going live. 
Ah. Yes. We are together again in a way we haven't been in a very long time. For the most part it's been lovely. We get along well and though the house is small, there's enough room for everyone to have their little corner. But one thing may make this time go down in history, apart from the obvious. After 20 odd years of failed attempts, we have managed to institute - a cleaning rota. 
Previous tries have been miserable failures and my angelic mum has always cheerfully taken up the slack. But I've been shocked. Four weeks in and everyone has been cleaning with gusto! The kitchen is crumb free! The nooks are de-cobwebbed and the other day with a bottle brush in hand, I ventured into the unknown world behind the radiators...a great and wild adventure it has to be said.  It feels so good. It's a reminder for me that a less frenetic way of life is possible. 
One where the plea of 'no time' fades away, and health and wellbeing isn't an afterthought. Taking care of our external environment has provoked other changes too. Inspired by the dust -free radiators, I've been taking more time with meditation in the hopes of shifting some of the grime of ages. And every evening, for the last five weeks, we've been singing together, offering our prayers in music and mantras... like the Hare Krishna Von Trapp family... For all its fear and faults, this time has given my family gifts we'll never forget.


  • Tue 28 Apr 2020 06:30

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