Your All-Time Top Ten of which Andy says:
'This has been a very successful feature in the show. We've averaged about 1,000 letters per week, and this Friday, I'll be playing my very own ten all-time favourite records.
1 It's given me nights of restless sleep, because the task of choosing is almost impossible. I can think of ten records in the last three years alone that must rate as all-time greats.'
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