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Radio Review: 9 June
When I were a lad, any non-BBC wireless was independent local radio. Growing up in Surrey, my main ILR station was County Sound, based in Guildford. However, despite jingles declaring it to be ‘the one and only one for you’, I always preferred Radio...
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Radio Review: 2 June
As news about the Manchester Arena attack came through, I was listening to Iain Lee on TalkRADIO (weekdays, 10pm- 1am). Lee had been on fine form, fielding calls about the ‘Monday Mindflip’ as listeners guess what Lee’s wildly eccentric mother is...
Radio Review: 26 May
Sometimes, despite the name of your call (Radio 5 live, weekdays, 9am), it’s wisest to dispense with the phone-in. One such occasion was last Tuesday, when Nicky Campbell addressed the death of Moors Murderer Ian Brady. Two callers got through, but...
Radio Review: 19 May
It’s sometimes said that comedy is a young person’s game, but this isn’t necessarily true. Think of that glorious Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse pilot I reviewed a few weeks back. They’re as funny as they’ve ever been if not more so.Iindeed, having...
Radio Review: 12 May
The broadcast media are full of politics at the moment, but there seems to be precious little insight into what’s going on. Over here, one side announces an idea, the other side says it’s a terrible idea, and the BBC asks UKIP for their opinion despite...
Radio Review: 5 May
I’m uneasy about biographical drama. Too often, the temptation to make people say something they wouldn’t, or couldn’t, have said is not resisted. There is also a tendency to dwell on a person’s ‘dark side’, or even invent one. These pitfalls were...
Co-education on the rise in independent schools
The demand for exceptional girls’ education within a co-educational environment is on the increase, as reflected in Cheltenham College’s recent expansion programme. College lawn – the latest girls’ day and boarding House at Cheltenham College – will...
Radio Review: 28 April
Horses for courses. While Sir Tim Rice made for a terrible stand-in on sounds of The Sixties, he was just right for Radio 2’s Easter Monday tribute to the late Peter Skellern (available on BBC iPlayer). Rice and Skellern were friends, and Sir Tim got...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 28 April
Dear Thomas I am occasionally published in niche periodicals; for example, I have an article on the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse in the latest issue of the journal Lamp, published by the Association of Lighthouse Keepers. There are many like me for whom...
Radio Review: 21 April
At some point in the 1980s, naff stopped being naff. Anything, no matter how dreadful, became a valid focus for ironic veneration. When I was at university in the early 1990s, one band of jokers renamed their junior common room the Desmond Lynam room....
The Diary of Miss Darcy Bustle: 7 April
Monday I have been put on a diet. Again. It didn’t help that a little podgy sausage called Milo got himself stuck halfway through the garden gate and had to rescued by four burly firemen. To be honest, part of me thinks it might have been worth it but...
Radio Review: 31 March
While Radio 2 hasn’t exactly covered itself in glory of late, with the way it’s treated Brian Matthew, Janice Long and Alex Lester, the station deserves some credit for its recent Comedy showcase series of pilots. The standout of the run was Harry and...
Radio Review: 24 March
When Desmond Carrington left us, I suggested Radio 2 needed a presenter with the same warmth and eclecticism. I’ve been a fool. Last week, I realised that the station has had one all along. Driving to Hull to host a City of Culture event with Spike...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 24 March
Dear Thomas, Baby showers are one of those traditions from over the pond, which I am not sure I altogether agree with. What is the protocol? I have been invited to the baby shower of a friend’s daughter. I accepted the invitation a month ago and have...
Radio Review: 17 March
Only one thing stops me saying that Tony Blackburn is in his rightful place as Brian Matthew’s successor on Radio 2’s Sounds of the Sixties. It’s that SOTs is no longer in its rightful place, having been moved from 8am on a Saturday to 6am to...
Radio Review: 10 March
In the days of the dance bands, it helped to be called Jack. There is a limerick from the 1930s ending ‘Jack Hylton, Jack Payne/Jack Hylton again/And the band at the Brixton Astoria’. Feel free to email if you have a broad mind and want to know the...
Radio Review: 3 March
Last Sunday, I surprised myself. While refurbishing a vintage tambourine in my shed (that’s not the surprising bit, it’s entirely in character), I found myself listening to Radio 1 for the first time since my late 20s. Everything else was football, the...
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Radio Review: 24 February
Stumbling across a good radio programme by accident is a fine feeling. Trying to find BBC Hereford and Worcester on the bathroom radio to accompany a Sunday soak, I found myself tuned to BBC Radio Gloucestershire. It’s my local station, but I prefer...

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