WHO Poll
Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
24%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
17%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
20%
  
d. Moyes out
37%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
3%
  



Nutsin 1:20 Tue Sep 26
Radio station you listen to
Never spent much time of late listening to any radio but I stumbled across the “California Reggae” channel on Spotify.

Definitely worth a listen.

What or who do you listen to?

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WHU(Exeter) 5:51 Fri Sep 29
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I’d like to retract what I said about BBC radio. I got cold turkey after two days and listened to R4 instead of R5.

I am now it’s biggest fan.

Travelling Iron 5:47 Fri Sep 29
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Radio 2 went down the toilet a year ago sacking big names and replacing them with shirt lifters and women.

Virgin radio - early morning Chris Evans.
Greatest Hits radio - mid morning Ken Bruce

The rest of the day Radio X or 6 Music

RoyalDocksGK 6:14 Thu Sep 28
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Radio x is constantly on whilst I'm working. At home it'll be a toss up between Capital Dance or Centreforce.

daveyg 3:31 Thu Sep 28
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Radio 6, Lauren Laverne,Steve Lamaq and sometimes Guy Garvey or Cerys Mathews, mostly for her beautiful voice. Radcliffe and Marconie is fun on a weekend morning but to often one is away. It's like Ernie Wise on his own when it is.
Radio 2, not sure why. Johnny Walker and Paul Gambo. Jo Wiley some times.
Without Steve Wright or Ken Bruce they are all the same.
Greatest Hits Radio. Ken Bruce legend and Simon Mayo quality entertainment.
Radio 4. Lost of a bit of enthusiasm but the plays and Hannah Fry shows plus the cookery shows are good.
LBC to bash the Tories

jfk 6:25 Thu Sep 28
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BRANDED 11:46 Wed Sep 27

“If it moves Funk It”

Mickey Rat 12:29 Thu Sep 28
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Agree about Robert Elms Gary and East side, I was gutted when radio London reduced him from 6 days a week to 3, sadly I think it was all about replacing white middle aged presenters with young black and Asian ones

BRANDED 11:46 Wed Sep 27
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Robbie Vincent show on BBC radio London was essential listening in the late 70s early 80s. That's where you heard the best new Jazz, Funk and Soul when there was almost no where else to hear it.

Good times

Gary Strodders shank 11:19 Wed Sep 27
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Robert Elms is the best presenter on Radio London by a country mile but the bosses have a history of shooting themselves in the foot with Danny Baker famously quitting live on air a decade or so ago being a prime example.
I also have fond memories of listening to Robbie Vincent playing all the latest Jazz Funk and soul on that station in the eighties.

LBC back in there old Gough square days had a programme called nightlne presented by Clive Bull which was quite entertaining but is now toonnews based and woke although I occasionally listen in to Ian Dale.

Iron Duke 10:06 Wed Sep 27
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Mainly Planet Rock. I do listen to other types of music, and don’t like all the stuff they play, but they play a lot of songs you don’t hear anywhere else, including album tracks. Statuons like Absolute just play the same songs all the time. For example, they will only ever play Free Bird and Sweet Home Alabama by Lynryrd Skinyrd, but they have a great back catalogue. Same story for Thin Lizzy and AC/DC.

w4hammer 9:05 Wed Sep 27
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NTS Radio - its immense - try it
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Talksport Goldstein & jacobs and Trans ( oo err) europe express

mrs likes inline country ( and western)

Eastside surge 8:19 Wed Sep 27
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I like Robert elms on BBC radio London , they cut his show from six days a week to three a while ago can't figure out why apparently he had the best listening figures on the station.

mallard 8:13 Wed Sep 27
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The Dutch station Arrow is a great alternative to Planet Rock

Percy Dalton 8:12 Wed Sep 27
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Radio Caroline best album track station out there.

Balto 6:48 Wed Sep 27
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Radio 4
Radio 3

I live in the States and local radio here is dreadful, so I just stream particular shows.

munkyfunk 5:11 Wed Sep 27
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Just go e back to planet rock for another try.
At one stage it was a Rush love in.

JayeMPee 4:44 Wed Sep 27
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Classic FM
Talksport

ray winstone 4:30 Wed Sep 27
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Elis James and John Robins on a Friday afternoon on 5Live has got to be the worst thing on the wireless, absolute fucking garbage.

BRANDED 3:53 Wed Sep 27
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Rarely listen to radio but if I do
Radio 5 Live. Some good some bad.
Radio 4. Mostly when her indoors has it on. Woke Woke Woke
Radio 6. Vary rarely in the car. A bit like an old pirate station with terrible presenters and some interesting music.

I listen to a lot of long form podcasts, Audio books and music on Spotify where I get anything and everything.

Glenn Roeder 3:30 Wed Sep 27
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In no particular order and usually if there is a particular DJ I want to listen to.

Soul Music Radio, Mi-Soul, StreetSounds, Centreforce and
Solar for music
5 live for football/news,TMS & Talksport

Russ of the BML 3:25 Wed Sep 27
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Alan 3:16 Wed Sep 27

Cheers

Russ of the BML 3:25 Wed Sep 27
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ray winstone 3:10 Wed Sep 27

Cheers.

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