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Does anyone here listen to radio 4, i quite like the today program and cant miss the archer, am i the only listener under 50 (i'm 17)?
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no way! dont tell anyone, but my mum listens to the archers and i get hooked on it from time to time. im off it at the moment though. jst need the occasional fix. also they have some damn fine comedy programmes. dead ringers is so much better on radio 4.
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Radio 4 is a true achievement of human civilisation.
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(Original post by ]{ingnik)
no way! dont tell anyone, but my mum listens to the archers and i get hooked on it from time to time. im off it at the moment though. jst need the occasional fix. also they have some damn fine comedy programmes. dead ringers is so much better on radio 4.
I like it in the radio, i also like the newsquiz and stuff like that, and the news is way better.
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Phew, so its not just me and the older people, actually i remeber reading graham norton likes radio 4
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Phew, so its not just me and the older people, actually i remeber reading graham norton likes radio 4
well, just us three.
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I love 'I'm sorry I haven't a clue'
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I love 'I'm sorry I haven't a clue'
I've been to recordings of just a minute and 'i'm sorry i havent a clue'.
I've also met caroline from the archers
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I love 'I'm sorry I haven't a clue'

Yeah I love that! And Broadcasting House on a Sunday morning. I'm 17 too. I think Radio 4 is fantastic. One area where I don't think they are dumbing down.
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And when i'm not at college i like 'you and yours' and moneybox live.
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yeh, but do you have bbc four on freeview? they've already started dumbing down there.
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yeh, but do you have bbc four on freeview? they've already started dumbing down there.
I'd let them off, you get all bbc channels on there, and it brings DAB to the masses, so i dont think its a bad thing, speaking of radio 4 i'm off to listen to the archers for a bit. before the worst program in the world is on; GO FOR IT
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*thumbs up* Radio four is great. I love randomly playing Mornington Crescent with people and watching the bemused faces of the non-radio four listeners.
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I love doing that too! We've set up a Mornington Crescent society here, it's still going through all the paperwork though.
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I listened to "You and Yours" once - it was very funny! All the most absurd bits of Watchdog.
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Anyone know why 'I'm sorry I haven't a clue' hasn't been on for a while?
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just a minute + paul merton = :cool:
plus other excellent comedy programmes
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I love doing that too! We've set up a Mornington Crescent society here, it's still going through all the paperwork though.
Wow, i was gonna put durham as my 1st choice but i might choose warwick now
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just a minute + paul merton = :cool:
plus other excellent comedy programmes
I like paul merton generally, he was on when i saw the recording.

Best line up is

Paul merton
Linda Smith
Graham Norton
the feud guy who i cant remeber his 1st name
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I'd let them off, you get all bbc channels on there, and it brings DAB to the masses, so i dont think its a bad thing, speaking of radio 4 i'm off to listen to the archers for a bit. before the worst program in the world is on; GO FOR IT
oh gawd, not 'go for it'. so happy-society-where-everyone-is-loved-for-who-they-are. that kind of programme is what leaves youngsters these days unprepared for the harsh realities. however, i am rather fond of storytime.
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