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Radio Moments - This Week in History

By David Lloyd

Seven days of radio history in seven minutes - as told through clips and narration from David Lloyd.

  1. 1.
    78: Pete Murray; Radio X; Peter Powell - on the last weekly Radio Moments review 09/19/2020
    9:01
  2. 2.
    77: Pennine begins; Rosko goes; Moyles leaves; Luxy returns ; 2CR starts09/17/2020
    7:58
  3. 3.
    76: 50 yrs of Radio Manchester; 40 years of Radio Norfolk; and Centre launches09/09/2020
    6:25
  4. 4.
    75: Radio Aire opens and closes; 30 years of Kiss; 50 years of BBC Bristol09/05/2020
    8:48
  5. 5.
    74: Radio 5 launches; the first Heart conversion and happy birthday Steve Wright08/27/2020
    6:28
  6. 6.
    73: Radio 2 leaves AM, Caroline continues and 1Xtra launches 08/21/2020
    7:41
  7. 7.
    72: Blackburn at Caroline; Moyles at 1; and Aspel leaves Capital mornings07/29/2020
    8:20
  8. 8.
    71: Our Tune, Kenny's fired and strikes at LBC.07/25/2020
    7:20
  1. 9.
    70: Newsreaders say who they are; Live Aid; Metro and Aire/Magic; Moyles07/16/2020
    8:45
  2. 10.
    69: Chart day changes; Kid is 70; Hereward launches; Steve Wright starts afternoons on Radio 207/09/2020
    6:46
  3. 11.
    68: Johnnie leaves Radio 1; R1 AMs closes; Trent launches; Angie moves07/04/2020
    7:16
  4. 12.
    67: Les Ross launches Tees; Music While You Work; and the Heathrow Conference,06/26/2020
    7:50
  5. 13.
    66: Melody acquired; BBC Northampton launches; death of Reith06/18/2020
    8:06
  6. 14.
    65: Holness leaves LBC; Commons broadcasting trial; Premier launches06/11/2020
    6:46
  7. 15.
    64: Rock FM is born; Hits Radio begins; Noel on breakfast; 06/03/2020
    8:17
  8. 16.
    63: The Archers; Mercia's 40th; Mayo on breakfast05/27/2020
    7:48
  9. 17.
    62: A celebration of radio contesting05/22/2020
    9:25
  10. 18.
    61: Jenni Murray, JAM, R1 at Mallory Park - and the sig tune05/13/2020
    7:50
  11. 19.
    60: Happy birthday FM; Capital splits; DLT on Radio1 breakfast05/07/2020
    8:42
  12. 20.
    59: Foxy leaves; World Service starts; Johnnie Walker joins & Virgin 1215 begins05/01/2020
    6:46
  13. 21.
    58: Evans on R1 breakfast; GB Radio closes; Jamie Theakston begins at Heart04/23/2020
    7:23
  14. 22.
    57: Jamming, Beacon, small scale BBC radio & Radiophonic Workshop04/19/2020
    8:52
  15. 23.
    56: PM, The World Tonight, Dave Berry and Kenny Everett04/09/2020
    7:54
  16. 24.
    55: Happy birthday Johnnie Walker; Radio 4 protests; and happy birthday Piccadilly04/03/2020
    8:47
  17. 25.
    54: Tom Browne and Radio 5 ends, Paul Burnett starts - & the Peacock Committee 03/26/2020
    8:49
  18. 26.
    53: Evans sells Virgin; the mi Amigo sinks and Downtown launches03/20/2020
    9:09
  19. 27.
    52: Why the BBC chose numbers for its networks; 6 Music and Radio 210 launch03/11/2020
    8:31
  20. 28.
    51: 30 years of Jazz FM; Helen Boaden at Radio 4; John Peel at night03/06/2020
    8:17
  21. 29.
    50: The Commons on-air; Ed Stewart; and Brian Matthew02/26/2020
    7:08
  22. 30.
    49: Sara Cox andMayo leave R1; Thatcher with JY; and BRMB begins02/21/2020
    8:30
  23. 31.
    48: Talk Radio UK, LBC goes National and pirate Radio City closes 02/12/2020
    8:25
  24. 32.
    47: Robin Scott; Mark Forrest; Iain Lee; Ken Bruce02/03/2020
    7:25
  25. 33.
    46: Desert Islands Discs; Wogan; and radio stunts02/01/2020
    8:52
  26. 34.
    45: RNI begins; Christian announces his farewell; Evans begins01/23/2020
    7:59
  27. 35.
    44: Listen With Mother; Michael Aspel; Ed Doolan; and Chris Evans01/16/2020
    7:21
  28. 36.
    43: Wogan, Read and Wright start on R1 breakfast - and the Carrie Gracie dilemma01/08/2020
    8:40
  29. 37.
    42: This Week in History - Christmas bumper edition12/17/2019
    9:22
  30. 38.
    41: 40 years of Steve Allen at LBC - and Reith introduces Royalty12/11/2019
    8:23
  31. 39.
    40: Ten years of Absolute 80s - and the first general election coverage on radio 12/05/2019
    7:20
  32. 40.
    39: Farewell Fluff, hello Radio Scotland and R1 and R2 stop sharing progs11/27/2019
    7:39
  33. 41.
    38: Johnny Vaughan's last Capital breakfast and Radio Merseyside launches11/20/2019
    6:57
  34. 42.
    37: 20 years of Planet Rock - and the news bulletin is born.11/15/2019
    8:49
  35. 43.
    36: Radio Leicester and Devonair begin - and Laser ends11/06/2019
    7:29
  36. 44.
    35: The death of Roger Scott; the birth of Today10/30/2019
    7:15
  37. 45.
    34: 15 years since the death of John Peel - and Radio City is born10/26/2019
    7:40
  38. 46.
    33: Capital and Any Questions began - and Evans's first arrrival at Virgin10/16/2019
    8:13
  39. 47.
    32: LBC both closes and begins; and Radio London is born.10/09/2019
    7:08
  40. 48.
    31: Hello to Hallam, Absolute, Swansea Sound and the BBC Home Service10/03/2019
    8:50
  41. 49.
    30: Jane Garvey ends 5 Live Drive; Xfm becomes X; and Blackburn finishes at Radio 109/25/2019
    7:54
  42. 50.
    29: Pennine and Scot FM launch - and Chris Moyles leaves Radio 1 09/19/2019
    8:25
  43. 51.
    28: Wogan's resignation, commercial radio arrives in Leicester - twice; and Listen with Mother ends09/14/2019
    7:32
  44. 52.
    27: From 25 years of Heart to the Radio 1 FM switch-on and Evans moves09/03/2019
    8:01
  45. 53.
    26: Happy 65th Steve Wright - and Penk and The Pulse arrive08/28/2019
    8:18
  46. 54.
    25: From Big Ben silent to Greg on breakfast and Caroline returns08/20/2019
    6:36
  47. 55.
    24: From Sarah Kennedy's last show to farewell to the pirates and to Juice08/16/2019
    7:54
  48. 56.
    23: From the final Nick Grimshaw breakfast to Atlantic 252 testing and Allinson arriving at Capital08/07/2019
    8:44
  49. 57.
    22: From Chris Moyles arriving at R1 to the death of Mike Smith; and Oak closing07/29/2019
    7:32
  50. 58.
    21: From the moon landing to the first R1 roadshow and Sonovox is born07/26/2019
    8:17
  51. 59.
    20: From Metro's launch to Kenny sacked & Blackburn left the pirates07/18/2019
    8:46
  52. 60.
    19: From the anno of Moyles's departure to a DAB launch and Hereward begins07/11/2019
    8:52
  53. 61.
    18: From Radio 1 AM closedown to Steve Wright beginning on Radio 2 afternoons07/05/2019
    7:55
  54. 62.
    17: From the end of Radio Victory - to a Chris Evans departure06/26/2019
    7:21
  55. 63.
    16: From the arrival of BBC Northants to the death of Lord Reith and the birth of Team Rock06/19/2019
    7:24
  56. 64.
    15: From Wave 105 being born to the death of Russell Harty06/11/2019
    6:58
  57. 65.
    14: From 20 years since Galaxy North East launched to Noel Edmonds takes over Radio 1 breakfast06/04/2019
    8:30
  58. 66.
    13: From Kid Jensen leaving Radio 1 to the arrival of Test Match Special 05/29/2019
    7:29
  59. 67.
    12: From the launch of Mercia to classic Naughtie and early Laser 55805/22/2019
    8:22
  60. 68.
    11: RNI is bombed to a famous Radio 1 Fun Day 05/14/2019
    7:53
  61. 69.
    10: Walker leaves Radio 1 to the story of the AM/FM splits05/10/2019
    7:34
  62. 70.
    9: From Radio 1 going 24 hours to Foxy leaving Capital05/02/2019
    8:06
  63. 71.
    8: Johnnie Walker joins BBC; The Dales ends; Evans joins Radio 1; the end of GB Radio04/23/2019
    8:31
  64. 72.
    7: Steve Wright & Ed Stewart leave the BBC; Johnny Vaughan on Capital; Dale Winton dies04/18/2019
    8:35
  65. 73.
    6: Dene is 70; Berry ends at Capital; Home Truths begins and the 70s commercial radio rollout concludes04/09/2019
    6:40
  66. 74.
    5: Zoe Ball ends at R1; the BBC changes for the 70s; and Piccadilly launches04/05/2019
    8:29
  67. 75.
    4: Happy birthday Steve Allen; Downtown launches, 50 years of Jackie03/25/2019
    7:38
  68. 76.
    3: Mayo breaks records; Adrian Love's death, 6 Music, Radio Stoke & Xfm launch03/25/2019
    8:15
  69. 77.
    2: Peel on Nightride; Zane Lowe leaves Radio 1; Hapyy 80th Keith Skues03/25/2019
    9:03
  70. 78.
    1: Reluctant presenter changes; Moray Firth launches; Mayo starts at Radio 103/18/2019
    8:48

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