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    LBC 97.3

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    Classic fm
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    (Original post by infernalcradle)
    LBC 97.3

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    Classic fm
    Good choice. I'm an LBC fan but I do switch to Classic fm when the banter gets a bit too much.
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    I don't really listen to the radio very much these days, but if I do then I put on Heart, cos it's nice to hear some old-school 80's pop . I used to be really into KISS, Capital and Radio 1, but now I'm really bored of them all because I'm bored of most of the chart music coming out at the moment. Otherwise, I'd rather play my Last.fm radio :awesome:
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    (Original post by BradfordCityJoss)
    Absolute Radio! Frank Skinner and Dave Gorman on at the weekend are awesome!
    I usually only ever catch the tail-end of them

    When I'm at uni I listen to Absolute, when I'm at home I listen to Kerrang!. Unfortunately whilst driving at uni I can get neither on the radio, so I sometimes listen to a little bit of Radio 1 or just flick between stations.

    Oh I also occasionally listen to Radio 2 because I'm cool :cool: and it's often interesting to listen to the debates on Jeremy Vine....I miss when they used to have the comedy hour on a Saturday too.
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    Kiss 100 - Logan Sama is brilliant.
    Radio 1 - Chris Moyles (before the music starts playing), Mary Anne Hobbs (she's gone now though), Annie Mac, Nihal's review show, Zane Lowe, Daniel P Carter, Benji B.
    Absolute Radio - Iain Lee.
    LBC 97.3 - Nick Abbot (however his name is spelled), Petri Hoskens etc.
    Radio 2
    Radio 4
    XFM - Dave Berry, Ian Campfield, Eddie Temple Morris.
    Triple J Australia.
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    Whatever my phone's radio antenna manages to pick up; it's not great. Typically local radio, BBC regionals and Radio 1.
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    I only ever listen to the radio in the car, and it's always radio one.
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    6music
    Radio 4
    Kerrang!

    Kinda sums me up xD!
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    rinse fm
    sub fm

    youre slacking if your not locked into any of these
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    Radio 4 pretty much the whole day but DJ 279 on Choice FM and loads of Internet radio stations for underground hip-hop.
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    Radio 5 live when the cricket is on. TMS is wonderful.
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    LBC
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    xfm and capital
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    Smooth, Magic and Absolute but Absolute has too many adverts and talking and not enough music sometimes :/
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    JazzFM

    Going national on DAB as of Monday :awesome:
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    97.4 rock fm, 107 the bee and radio 1
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    Kiss
    Radio 1
    Captial FM - but a bit repetitve sometimes
    Radio 2 (once in a while)
    94.9 BBC London (once in a while)
    LBC
    Radio 4 (once in a while)
    XFM (once in a while)
    Heart
    Classical FM (once in a while)
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    LBC and Capital FM
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    (Original post by Dee Leigh)
    Captial FM - but a bit repetitve sometimes
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    It really is :lolwut: swear down everyday i hear 'what's my name' or 'S&M'
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    BBC 6 Music (Jon Holmes' show is my favourite) for music & BBC Radio 1 for 'background chatter' when I'm doing something.
 
 
 
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