OK… To clarify… Yes, today’s Radio Listening Blog entry is about a programme which is yet to be broadcast. This is allowed under the rules of my Radio Listening Blog: Because I listened to the programme today, I can blog… Continue reading
If there’s one programme on Radio 3 I’d highly recommend to anyone, it has to be World Routes.
Today, as well as the bank holidays feature, Julian Worricker was talking about changes made by BT to its 118 500 service. Natalie Donavan looked at how it compares to the other 118 directory enquiries numbers, and Julian was also… Continue reading
Tonight, I’m listening to Perth’s local radio station 720 ABC Perth. Its breakfast time (about 06:30am) over there, and British broadcaster Jonathan Morrell is on air now, sitting in for Eoin Cameron for the next 3 weeks.
As I write this evening, I’m listening to a recording of this evening’s ‘The Beat’; a weekly show which goes out on BBC Local Radio across the East Midlands (so that’s BBC Radio Nottingham, BBC Radio Derby, BBC Radio Leicester… Continue reading
I’ve had the programme on all week, but this morning’s combination of presenters (John Humphrys and James Naughtie) has been the best I think.
This afternoon I’m listening to 104,1 The Truth, a talk radio station for the city of Tucson in Arizona.
The thing I like about the BBC World Service is that it had lots of interesting, topical documentaries on a daily basis. I often think its where the best of the BBC’s journalism is. Ironic, perhaps, given that its the… Continue reading
With a roundup of the day’s news, politics, business, sport, and weather, Newstalk‘s Drivetime show, The Right Hook is number 1 for news, comment and opinion.
Earlier today I was listening to a recording of Huey Morgan‘s show which was broadcast in the early hours of yesterday morning on BBC Radio 2.