Epiphany Groove — 11 Comments

  1. Alan Freeman with ‘Pick of The Pops’ followed at 7.00pm by Cliff Adams and the Adams Singers with ‘Sing something Simple’circa ’69

  2. Grannymar,

    I think there was a fair amount of time wasting on my part as well!


    Do you remember when “Fluff” used to do a rock programme on Saturday afternoons and still said “Greeetings Pop Pickers?”

  3. Ian, yes, wasn’t it an oldies chart run down similar to the one Jimmy Saville did?

  4. Checked Wikipedia, the Saturday afternoon programme was “The Rock Show”, though I’m sure Fluff still said “Greetings, Pop Pickers”!

    Didn’t realise he worked until 1993 (when he was 66), when his sacking and that of others took Radio 1 into its long-term decline. Nor did I realize he was dead, you miss stuff living in a foreign country!

  5. Yes unfortunately ‘Fluff’ passed away a couple of years ago now, maybe its a sign of getting old but I have not listened to Radio 1 for years now, I listen to ‘Gold’its on 666 AM and plays loads of 70’s records

  6. Hahaha . . 666AM – The Devils Radio Station!

    It’s a bugger growing old. I remember Jimmy Saville on the TV when I was a teen. Annoying little sod that he was used to wave a large cigar around from memory . . you won’t see that on telly any more!

  7. Baino

    Never thought of that but when I was a teenager the older people said it was Devils music maybe thats why its on that frequency now!!!!

  8. The music of your youth, sadly not my youth, Les I seemed to remember that you used to enjoy Billy Ocean

  9. Peter There was a Billy Ocean number (Red light) that was great, I also was a great fan of Slade. I learnt all my spellin from thayr song titles!!!!

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