[peel] One World To End

Adam Falcrest falcrest@...
Sat Jul 1 12:46:04 CEST 2006

The frustrating thing is that there is new music out there with new bands etc. that want to be heard. It's just a shame that too many presenters are more in love with themselves than the music they play. 
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Paul Webster 
  To: peel@yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Saturday, July 01, 2006 11:01 AM
  Subject: RE: [peel] One World To End

  > At 09:46 01/07/2006, you wrote:
  > >Do you meant One Music or One World? If Rob and Hugh's shows are being
  > >axed then this is a huge scandal - those programs (with the essential
  > >Louise producing) are the only ones remotely fit to lace Peel's boots.
  > Actually One Music but the weekend shows are being messed about with too
  > Colin Murray has a new show 10PM to midnight Mon - Thurs
  > Rob leaves Radio 1 altogether - no news on Huw
  > Steve Lamacq's show has presumably gone too
  > Off course Lamacq and Huw both have other stations to return to
  > At the moment all there is is the press release which is mostly
  > about Murray
  Here is some more text from the document that was linked to at the start of
  this thread.
  Other text in there does mention a couple of people that are moving on - but
  no mention of Rob and Huw ... however, they might be 2 of the "specialists"
  referred to below who are doing the new one hour show:
  Colin Murray to present a brand new music show, Monday to Thursday from

  The introduction of four In New Music We Trust shows hosted by some of Radio
  1's key musical experts.

  Running Monday to Thursday from 21:00, the In New Music We Trust shows will
  act as one stop guides to everything that's happening in a particular genre
  fronted by the experts in that field.

  The signing of new specialist talent Eddie Halliwell and Trophy Twins.

  An extension to the specialist music output by four hours per week.
  quote end:



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