Legendary broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan has died aged 77 after a short battle with cancer.
It’s been over 3 years since Chris Moyles last hosted a radio show. September 2012 is when he finished his run as host of BBC Radio 1’s hugely popular early morning “The Chris Moyles Show”. Now, after a (much longer than expected) hiatus, the self-proclaimed saviour of British radio returns, hosting in his old 6.30-10am timeslot on the new digital station Radio X, a male-oriented replacement for Xfm.
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Chris Moyles has broadcast his final breakfast show on BBC Radio 1, after eight years presenting the flagship programme.
Stars including Gary Barlow, Billie Piper and James Corden have helped mark Chris Moyles’ penultimate show on Radio 1.
Radio 1 late evening DJ Nick Grimshaw has been named as the surprise choice to takeover the coveted breakfast slot from Chris Moyles.
Lucien reacts to Moyles’ resignation from BBC Radio 1 angrily on Twitter this morning
The Station’s longest-serving presenter has announced he will depart in September, with T4 presenter Nick Grimshaw taking over.