STEVE WRIGHT has turned his hand to almost every daily show during his 18 months with Radio 1.
While other djs have been off on their hols he's been this summer's schizophrenic. How does he cope? ' I try as much as possible to set up the same kind of mood that the regular listener expects; in other words keeping the normal features and same musical format while inflicting on the unsuspecting listeners my own personal style.'
and Susie Barnes with Wheels
Whether it's cars, trains, pushbikes, motor cycles or roller skates, if it's on wheels it could be on this evening's programme. SUSIE BARNES continues with her driving lessons; DAVE TAYLOR offers more motor cycle tips and GRAHAM DWYER reports on the latest sport on wheels. Producer JOHN SPARROW
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