2 most of the time hate local radio they play the same 80s pish over and over inbetween endless adverts, cant stand listening to cox her voice grates on me
What radio station do you have on?
6 Music especially Sat afternoon and evening Gilles Peterson and Craig Charles can be on with any company over.
And the rest of the time Premier Christian radio.
4, 5, 5extra& 6.
Radio 4 - particularly when on the road. Nothing like R4 burbling away in the background to get you to your destination.
Rarely listen to the radio at home.
In work atm and ditched the old wireless with little or no choice and got a DAB a few months back. R6 is generally on but Katie Pukrik(sp?) is on now and is starting to annoy me by pretending she likes hiphop.
Radio 4 at breakfast, and PM if I'm in the car home (not often)
Radio 3 mostly during the day.
6 music Saturday afternoon / evening (Peterson and Charles)
Radio 3 or 4 on an evening if there's something I like or am interested in.
Cooking music (except Saturday afternoon): Flicking between 6music, Kerrang, planet rock, absolute 90s etc trying to find something a bit more kicking but not stale (usually futile).
6 music in the weekdays all day long. not so keen on weekends with cerys, gilles, craig charles etc.
Radio 4 mostly.
Radio 3 when R4 gets too tiresome or depressing.
Very occasionally Heart FM when I turn on the radio in the car and my wife has been driving. Usually for about as long as it takes to safely return to Radio 4.
Yes I can see why your wife would listen to Heart as "no one plays a larger variety of music"
And I concede they aren't lying as only yesterday they played Crass ,NWA and Mariah Carey back to back.
I have three DAB radios, my alarm radio/dock, my little one at work, and my car unit, and all of them have one station programmed in; 6 Music. If I'm not that interested in a particular programme, then the iPod goes on. Simple.
Never tried r6moosax, thought I was too old. Inspired to try it on Monday while all my engerland colleagues take the day off to sit in traffic.
Too old? Cerys plays stuff from around 1920 onwards, all the others stuff from pretty much every decade, current stuff can be everything from dance, folk, Indy, electro, rock...
I've just had a look at my Shazam list for the last week or so:
Doom & Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood
The Dead Weather
The Comsat Angels
Bernard Bess Orchestra
Alec K. Red Fearn & The Eyesores
Karen O & The Kids
A good enough variety, I think.
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