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A celebration of innovative DJs

6: Tony Blackburn

After initial experience as a radio pirate, he joined the Beeb and was the first voice heard on Radio 1 in 1967. Committed to an American-style Top 40 format, he preached Motown and brought the 'awful joke' to pop radio.

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Genome: [r1 Bd=19860925]

A celebration of innovative DJs 8: Tony Blackburn

After initial experience as a radio pirate, Tony joined the Beeb and was the first voice heard on Radio 1 in 1967. Committed to an American-style Top 40 format, he preached Motown and brought the 'awful joke' to pop radio.

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE (R)

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860118]

A celebration of innovative DJs. 1: Kenny Everett talks about his career in music radio and the broadcasters he has admired. Featuring archive bits of Kenny and Cash, Gran,

Crisp and Kremmen, plus gems from cuddly Ken's jingle collection.

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

0 FEATURE: page 4

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Talks: Kenny Everett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

Producer: Kevin Howlett

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860125]

A celebration of innovative DJs

2: Paul Gambaccini

The exciting sound of American DJs like B. Mitchell Reed impressed Paul during his schooldays. As a student, he regularly broadcast on Dartmouth College Radio and in the 70s he came to Britain, listened to Radio 1 and thought he could do better.

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE

GENOME:
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Unknown: Paul Gambaccini

Unknown: B. Mitchell Reed

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860201]

A celebration of innovative DJs 3: Noel Edmonds

Inspired by radio comedy and the pop pirates, Noel shared with his listener an imaginative world of funny phone calls,

Flynn the Skin, misheard lyrics and places like Dingley Dell and Perkins Grange.

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860201]

Unknown: Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Perkins Grange.

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860208]

A celebration of innovative DJs 4: John Peel

As John Ravenscroft , he was a 'surrogate Beatle' for listeners to KOMA in Oklahoma; on pirate Radio London, he presented the Perfumed Garden, then moved into Top Gear with the launch of Radio 1.

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

GENOME:
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Unknown: John Peel

Unknown: John Ravenscroft

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

Producer: Kevin Howlett

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860215]

A celebration of innovative DJs 5: Steve Wright

Growing up in Essex, he was impressed by the assortment of pirate stations. In the 70s he worked on local radio and Luxembourg and then returned to the BBC, where he had once worked in the gramophone library.

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860215]

Unknown: Steve Wright

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

Producer: Kevin Howlett

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860222]

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

Producer: Kevin Howlett

GENOME:
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A celebration of innovative DJs 1: Alan Freeman

(Details on Thursday at 9. 0pm)

0HEAR THIS! page 13

GENOME:
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Unknown: Alan Freeman

GENOME:
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A celebration of innovative DJs 1: Alan Freeman

Fluff began his career in his native Australia as a radio presenter and crooner. On vacation in Britain, he found work on Radio Luxembourg and the Light Programme, and never returned home. His staccato style has been associated with Pick of the Pops and The Rock Show on Saturday afternoons.

'All right? right!'

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE

â—? HEARTHIS! page 13

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860807]

Unknown: Alan Freeman

Producer: Kevin Howlett

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860809]

A celebration of innovative DJs 2: Jimmy Savile

(Details on Thursday at 9.0pm)

GENOME:
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Unknown: Jimmy Savile

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860814]

A celebration of innovative DJs 2: Jimmy Savile

After his dance-hall days in the 40s and 50s, he started a long association with Radio

Luxembourg with the legendary Teen and Twenty Disc Club and Guys, Gals and Groups.

For the BBC, Speakeasy and Savile's Travels were early projects and the 'Old Record

Club ' is still visited every week. Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860814]

Unknown: Jimmy Savile

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860821]

A celebration of innovative DJs 3: Kenny Everett

Kenny talks about his career in music radio and the broadcasters he has admired.

Featuring archive bits of Kenny and Cash, Gran, Crisp and Kremmen, plus gems from cuddly Ken's jingle collection. Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant tdh BLACKMORE (R)

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860821]

Unknown: Kenny Everett

Producer: Kevin Howlett

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860828]

A celebration of innovative DJs 4: Paul Gambaccini

The exciting sound of American DJs like B. Mitchell Reed impressed Paul during his school-days; as a student, he regularly broadcast on Dartmouth College Radio and in the 70s he came to Britain, listened to Radio 1, and thought he could do better.

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE (R)

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860828]

Unknown: Paul Gambaccini

Unknown: B. Mitchell Reed

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860904]

A celebration of innovative DJs 5: Noel Edmonds

Inspired by radio comedy and the pop pirates, Noel shared with his listeners an imaginative world of funny phone calls, Flynn the Skin, misheard lyrics and places like Dingley Dell and Perkins Grange.

Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE (R)

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860904]

Unknown: Noel Edmonds

Unknown: Perkins Grange.

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860911]

A celebration of innovative DJs 6: John Peel

As John Ravencroft , he was a 'surrogate Beatle' for listeners to KOMA in Oklahoma; on pirate Radio London, he presented The Perfumed

Garden, then moved into Top

Gear with the launch of Radio 1. Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant TIM BLACKMORE (R)

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860911]

Unknown: John Peel

Unknown: John Ravencroft

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860918]

A celebration of innovative DJs 7: Steve Wright

Growing up in Essex, Steve was impressed by the assortment of pirate radio stations; in the 70s he worked on local radio and Radio Luxembourg, then returned to the BBC, where he had once worked in the gramophone library. Producer KEVIN HOWLETT

Series consultant tim BLACKMORE (R)

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860918]

Unknown: Steve Wright

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore

GENOME:
[R1 BD=19860925]

Producer: Kevin Howlett

Unknown: Tim Blackmore