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4:48pm on Friday, 2nd December, 2005:
Because there was some weird short story by some famous Canadian author I'd never heard of on Radio 4 this afternoon when I drove to pick up my elder daughter from after-school singing practice (she was 30 minutes late, but hey, that's OK teachers — I don't mind sitting for half an hour in a freezing cold car park because you were late starting), I switched on Classic FM instead.
"Take time out with Relaxing Classics at 2 on Classic FM".
It was 3:30.
This has been annoying me for some time. If you're going to have a two-hour programme, sure, call it Relaxing Classics if you want to, that's fine. Don't call it Relaxing Classics at 2, though. Would you start a two-hour programme at 11am and call it The Morning Show? No, you wouldn't.
And stop playing so much opera, while you're at it.
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