'As far as the extension of hours is concerned, I really believe it's the best thing to happen to Radio 1 in ten years. The mere fact that I will be getting up at
4.15 every morning has in no way diminished my excitement pertaining to the great event. I'll be using Radio 1 match-sticks to keep my eyelids apart and I have been assured by the gaffer that there will be a constant flow of tea and toast in an attempt to combat brain-fade! '
Producer DAVE ATKEY
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