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Geri Horner, Razorlight's Johnny Borrell and David Tennant & Michael Sheen

Wake up to a star-studded breakfast with Zoe Ball! On Friends phone-in Friday, Zoe's joined by Geri Horner, Razorlight's Johnny Borrell and David Tennant & Michael Sheen.

Wake up to a star-studded breakfast with Zoe Ball! Spice Girl Geri Horner talks about being a Celebrity Supply Teacher for CBBC and goes head-to-head with our very own Richie Anderson in special pop based quiz. Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell has a special performance of the band's new single Burn Camden Burn and David Tennant and Michael Sheen call in to chat about their lockdown project Staged.

Plus Fearne Cotton is our Not So Mobile DJ with a brilliant 90s megamix to get you ready for the weekend.

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

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

2 hours, 59 minutes

Last on

Fri 5 Jun 2020 06:30

Music Played

  • Edwyn Collins

    A Girl Like You

    • The All Time Greatest Movie Songs.
    • Columbia/Sony Tv.
  • Marshmello & Halsey

    Be Kind

    • (CD Single).
    • Virgin EMI Records.
  • Holly Johnson


    • Holly Johnson - Blast.
    • MCA.
    • 3.
  • The Lotus Eaters

    First Picture Of You

    • New Frontiers (Various Artists).
    • Temple Records.

    Work This Body

    • (CD Single).
    • Sony Music.
  • Chaka Khan

    Ain't Nobody

    • (CD Single).
    • Reprise.
  • Tears for Fears

    Everybody Wants To Rule The World

    • Rule The World: The Greatest Hits.
    • Virgin EMI Records.
    • 4.

    Level Of Concern

    • (CD Single).
    • Atlantic.
  • Kylie Minogue


    • Golden.
    • BMG Rights Management (UK).
  • The Cardigans

    My Favourite Game

    • Q The Album (Various Artists).
    • Virgin.
  • INXS

    Need You Tonight

    • The All Time Greatest Rock Songs ....
    • Columbia.
  • Rod Stewart

    Baby Jane

    • The Best Of Rod Stewart.
    • Warner Bros.
  • Lennon Stella & Charlie Puth

    Summer Feelings

    • SCOOB! O.S.T. (Various Artists).
    • Atlantic.
  • Destiny’s Child

    Say My Name

    • R&B Love Songs (Various Artists).
    • Columbia.
  • Blur

    Country House

    • The Best Album In The World Ever!(Va).
    • Virgin.
  • Alanis Morissette

    Hand In My Pocket

    • (CD Single).
    • Maverick.
  • Fatboy Slim

    Praise You

    • Now 1999 - The Millennium Series.
    • Now.
  • Bruno Mars


    • Unorthodox Jukebox.
    • Atlantic.
    • 1.
  • Elton John & Kiki Dee

    Don't Go Breaking My Heart

    • Diamonds.
    • Virgin EMI Records.
  • Spice Girls

    Say You'll Be There

    • (CD Single).
    • Virgin.
  • Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande

    Rain On Me

    • Chromatica.
    • Interscope Records.
  • Rozalla

    Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)

    • Rozalla - Everybody's Free.
    • Epic.
  • The Rolling Stones

    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

    • The Rolling Stones - Remastered.
    • Abkco.
  • Jamiroquai

    Cosmic Girl

    • Simply The Best Radio Hits (Various).
    • Warner E.S.P..
  • Razorlight

    Burn, Camden, Burn - Radio 2 Session - RX 05/06/20

  • Kelly Clarkson

    I Dare You (Radio 2 House Music, 4 June 2020)

  • Was (Not Was)

    Walk The Dinosaur

    • (Single).
    • Fontana.
  • Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen

    Good Time

    • (CD Single).
    • Polydor.
    • 1.
  • Rihanna

    Only Girl (In The World)

    • Now That's What I Call Music! 77 (Various Artists).
    • Now.
  • Tom Jones

    Help Yourself

    • Tom Jones - Greatest Hits.
    • Universal.
  • Ronan Keating

    Little Thing Called Love

    • Twenty Twenty.
    • Decca.
  • Andrew Gold

    Never Let Her Slip Away

    • Fantastic 70's (Various Artists).
    • Sony Tv/Columbia.

Pause For Thought

Pause For Thought

From Dr Jim Harris, Art Historian: 

In all the strangeness of the last few weeks, it has taken me a surprisingly long time to realise that I have, in effect, been set free. I am furloughed from my job; I am not on the bus to Oxford; I am not obliged to be anywhere, to do anything or to talk to anyone. Each day stretches before me, pristine and full of potential, waiting to be filled with the overwhelming creativity liberated by this extraordinary, unexpected, unsought gift of time. 

Or it would, were I not wracked with guilt at not working, overcome with shame at my apparent absence of purpose, and paralysed by fear that I am wasting my time. And so I do next to nothing.  And the things I do do seem to me crushingly unimportant. In other words, I have cunningly and brilliantly parlayed my new-found freedom into a whole new set of constraints. 

To anyone whose work has continued throughout recent weeks, I can only apologise for airing neuroses of such vanishing insignificance.  I think that, in a world constrained, where my desk has become a world, my sense of scale may be somewhat in need of recalibration. In the Bible, God asks the prophet Zechariah an important question. “Who dares,” he says, “who dares despise the day of small things?” Now it seems to me that I am living in the day of small things and the question, therefore, is for me too. So, for the record, here are some of the small things I have done. I made a tool roll for my bike from the leather of an old bag of my partner Susie’s. I sewed blackout lining into the curtains in Silas’s room. I planted a tree, which had sprouted from a conker that a squirrel left in a pot of bamboo. I rode my bike out to the Thames Barrier. 

I even made a blog to archive my old Pauses for Thought. I know that none of these things will change the world.  But each of them has changed a day and each of them has been a tiny freedom. Today will be the day of small things again. I will not despise it.


  • Fri 5 Jun 2020 06:30

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