Joe

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  1. Urm
  2. Ah, now it does need an apostrophe. Use an apostrophe whenever you mean 'it is', and don't when you don't. Unless, of course, you're joking.
  3. Ah ha... that makes sense! Thank you!
  4. The 28:40 mark at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04p52q9
  5. Having just listened to both again I'm pretty confident it is indeed the main theme.
  6. You really don't think it sounds alike?
  7. Am I right in thinking that the previous breakfast show theme was used for the gym grunt game played on the Scott Mills show recently?
  8. I'm afraid I would concur with your last sentence: you're probably just old. Think of it this way: for a fifty year old, one year is just one fiftieth of their life. 2 per cent. For a 10 year old, the same amount of time is a tenth of their time on this planet. If we agree that time and memories are relative, it's only natural that our perception of time seems off. I certainly agree though, it's odd and scary to think back and realise that recent memories were actually 10 years ago.
  9. I find it very odd that nobody seems to recognise when Amfo's slot is, and why that might influence how 'lively' the show it. It's on during office hours, it's on when people want minimal conversation, maximum background music. As such, there are only a small amount of features and most of them are music-based. That is the brief of her show, that is, presumably, why you find her 'dull' - she is actually fulfilling the brief given to her, I imagine. Cotton's show was just the same. So was Whiley's.