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On the air, Paul feels as if he is talking to friends having done the lunehtime spot for five years now.
"It's a humbling fact that people tune in for the music first and foremost, but they are creatures of habit and I hope I've built up a good relationship with my listeners."
He rather tikes the timing of his show because people relaxing and eating their lunch are a more attentive audience. "I like to think I'm providing more than easy background music, which is why the Fun at One spot fits in so well." Paul features a comedy track a day - many of which have been deleted. Its popularity has led to a compilation album of the same title. Why not add Paul's show to your regular midday menu?


Paul Burnett
Chris Lycett

with Andy Peebles
Once again, Radio 1's resident expert on health, Dr Alan Maryon-Davis, helps you to understand the sometimes confusing aspects of medicine and medical matters. But the programme is not all serious stuff, for as well as telling you something you might not know, it also helps you to get the best out of your favourite things in life.


Dr Alan Maryon-Davis
Malcolm Brown

BBC Radio 1 England

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BBC Radio 1 is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 30th September 1967.

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