WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Carabao Cup Spurs (a)
a. It's Wembley we have a decent record on the hallowed turf a& all we need is another Maiga, win
29%
  
b. There's no draws in this comp so what chance do we have, lose
10%
  
c. Forget the game, we'll always be a laughing stock while those idiots in the Boardroom still own the Club, SELL SELL SELL
52%
  
d. How great is this another game live on the box, so it's back down the Pub full kit on and roaring the boys onto another win, cut me and I bleed claret & blue
10%
  



twoleftfeet 1:11 Sun Oct 1
Radio 1 vintage.
Anyone listened in yet? Started yesterday.

Some of the old favourites on offer, my personal favourites were always Marc and Lard.

Brings back some happy memories, whispering Bob Harris on next.

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Sven Roeder 2:27 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
To be fair to the BBC they have made it clear that Radio 1 is to be focused on Young People
Radio 2 is for those in cardigans who think they still have it while 6 Music is people interested in music and are happy to listen to new stuff. As long as it's not too popular and they can feel superior
There is one that's a bit BLACK & ETHNIC as well I think just to keep people in their own little boxes.

Far Cough 2:11 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
ted fenton 1:42 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
Listened to the first ever broadcast of radio one I was in the car stuck in traffic at Canning town round about on my way to work in Millwall dock.



Flowers in the Rain by the Move, DJ Tony Blackburn

twoleftfeet 2:04 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
I stopped listening to Radio 1 when Marc and Lard left, it's a station for 14 - 21 year old politically correct morons.

All the DJs seem to scared to say anything controversial, very dull.

Give me Ken Bruce any day.

Billy Blagg 2:01 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
You were at work in 1967 Ted? Blimey! ;)

Snide comments aside, the R1 Vintage is good listening for the most part. It was amusing yesterday morning hearing Nick Grimshaw shift uncomfortably in his seat as his Breakfast show cohorts from decades earlier spoke about giving away cars in competitions while doing cod impressions of local dialects as they read out letters from Scotland, Birmingham etc.

ted fenton 1:42 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
Listened to the first ever broadcast of radio one I was in the car stuck in traffic at Canning town round about on my way to work in Millwall dock.

Leonard Hatred 1:37 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
Radio 1 has always been shit.

twoleftfeet 1:31 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
Surprisingly Sir Jimmy and a few others have been airbrushed out of the history of Radio 1 🤔🤔

Sven Roeder 1:27 Sun Oct 1
Re: Radio 1 vintage.
Have they mentioned Jimmy Savile yet?





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