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What's gone wrong at BBC Radio 2? Presenters leaving, listeners angry – inside a station in 'meltdown' - Radio Times
“With Radio 2, you make changes like a porcupine makes love – very carefully.” That was the motto of Jim Moir, when Controller of the network, reflecting the view that the station – on which Ken Bruce has hosted the same show for 26 years, Steve Wright for 19 and Jeremy Vine for 15 – has an unusually stable schedule, which is rewarded by exceptional listener loyalty: the station’s “reach” of 28.1 per cent of the population and “cost per listener” (0.5p) are both exceptional by BBC radio standards. Recently, though, the wildlife sexual comparison invoked by the running of Radio 2 has been less the porcupine than the rabbit – there have been a startling number of ins and outs.
RadioTimes  Radio  BBCRadio  BBCRadio2  RadioIndustry  MarkLawson  Reports  BBC  JoWhiley  SimonMayo  ChrisEvans  Presenters 
december 2018 by dk33per

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