until 10am, then @EddieNestorMBE back where he belongs and give us some sort of break from this misery.and would cheer us up and remind us of all that was good in the world. did a fine job on drivetime with a news slot which is his forteThe changes you have designed have made the station non stop doom and gloom until 2pm. Put
London is an amazing city, we need some focus on the positive and the culture of London during the day. I wish to make it 100% clear that this is not a rant about @EddieNestorMBE andwho are brilliant presenters. It is just that the whole tone of this is wrong. If I wanted this I'd listen to on @LBC who does an amazing job. @BBCRadioLondon is not that station. And as for your playlist, both @EddieNestorMBE and @jumokefashola are grown ups who know their onions when it comes to music. I find it quite insulting that you don't trust them to pick their own music. I give up. When I heard the dulcet tones of @BorisJohnson on @BBCRadioLondon I gave up. Now listening to my Wire Pop songs playlist to restore my sanity
London needs a proper station that covers it's culture, music and arts. Pretty much like what Robert does. I will still listen to his weekend shows, as well as David and Carrie Grant, but I'm sorry, I've tried my hardest and the midweek shows simply just doesn't work for us anymore. We've always listened to the morning show in the studio reception and I can't inflict this on my staff and customers anymore.
With Robert, there would be some decent tunes and some great info about what was happening in London. I tried my hardest, but it just doesn't work. Yesterday Vanessa's show discussed ghosting. I thought I'd do the station the courtesy of an explanation. In case you didn't know Sara David is the boss at the BBC who designed the new schedule.
I'll end, with what seems and appropriate quote from Too Late by Wire.
"Is it too late to change up my mind?
Pisses icy water on poetic mornings
Got to be cruel to be kind
Is this real life, is it for life?
Can I change up my mind?"