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NEW Two Early_Jingle_Songs

Reminiscing (2000)

The following clips are taken from a Radio 1 Chris Moyles show 10.03.03. where Tony Blackburn was a special guest.

 

Tony won't eat heads

Remembering dropping Diana  into the sea!

Intro to news and sport

Newsreader George apologises

Tony Blackburn's tedious link

Able to say 'Sexual Healing'

Chris presents a gift to Tony

 

 

 

 

 

CLIPS FROM CHRIS'S FIRST BREAKFAST SHOW 05.01.04.

 

A 5 minute jingle

 

Sounding like Tony Blackburn

 

Chris left Many former Breakfast Show presenters out of his jingle - click here to see them all.

 

 

 

 

 

Chris and Dave on the Water (BBC)

 

Publicity Poster Distributed around UK January 2004

 

Born 1974 in Leeds, Chris started his DJ career at Radio TopShop in his home town and at 16 joined Aire FM, not as a presenter, but he did fill in during DJ absences. His success there led him to work for RTL Radio Luxembourg until its closure. This followed with other UK stations including Signal Radio (Stoke) and GWR (Bristol).

  • He broadcast for Capital FM (late show) for 1 year from 1996 which included features 'True or False and ''Fly Boy Flip'. People phoned in for a chat, but Chris jokingly mocked them if he considered them boring.

  • He commenced with Radio 1, in July 1997, presenting the early breakfast show, commencing 4.00am. He styled himself as "The Saviour of Early Morning Radio" with guests including Clive Warren. He was Managed by BBME, (Bruno Brookes Media & Entertainment) from 1997 to 1999, later by Vivienne Clore who Managed Zoe Ball.

  • Chris is known for attracting controversy during his shows with his occasional use of crude humour and opinions.

  • He fronted the Summer Roadshow in 1998 and that year he was promoted to present the late afternoon show, assisted by Producer Will and Comedy Dave. Sun readers voted him DJ of the Year 1998. His One Big Belly tour visited 5 UK Coastal resorts in 2000, and in 2001 and Chris was one of the Main DJs on the One Big Sunday events.

  • His Saturday morning show was taken over by Jamie Theakston in August 2001.

  • More than five million listeners tuned in to his afternoon show on Radio One to hear the latest onslaught!

  • Chris took over the Radio 1 weekday breakfast slot from Sara Cox in January 2004. His first show was launched with a 5 minute 'jingle' about the previous presenters and the first record was 'Flowers in the Rain' by the Move, which was the debut record played on the new Radio 1 in 1967. His show also included a chat with Victoria Beckham.

CLIPS FROM CHRIS'S LIVE FRIDAY

NARROWBOAT RIDE TO OXFORD 22.07.05.

 

Chris was happy to broadcast a Golden Hour just like Simon Bates, complete with retro Radio 1 Jingles!

 

1 x Medium Q.

When Radio 1 was Fun in the '80s (1.5m 48kb mono)

INTRODUCING THE GOLDEN HOUR

8 x Medium/High Q.

Golden Oldies; Jingle played 3 times! (3m 48k mono)

Classic Golden Hour Jingle (0.5m 128kb stereo)

Missing Simon Bates (0.5m 48k)

Would Simon do that (0.5m 128kb stereo)

Radio 1 as it should be  (1m 128kb stereo)

Thanks Jon Wolfert of Jam Jingles (0.5 m 48kb)

Have a Great Weekend (1m 48kb)

 

This wasn't the first time that Radio 1 had broadcast live from a canal; in May 1982 Mike Read, Noel Edmonds and Paul Gambaccini all broadcast a week of daytime programmes on the station from a narrowboat.

Three Men in a Boat (1982)

 

 

 

 

 



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