Started by Paul Douglas, November 07, 2018, 02:13:39 PM
Quote from: Jammin' Adam on December 01, 2018, 02:53:17 AMWhether it was a big hit or not, it's the message within the song is what counts. Read the lyrics sometime, even the album title "Crimes Of Passion" should give a solid clue about what you may hear, "Hell Is For Children" is a clear cut example of child abuse plain and simple. It may not be her biggest hit song, but brings to light something that does happen to some children in this world.
Quote from: Paul Douglas on November 30, 2018, 12:41:39 PMThanks Tim......eclectic is the way to go.The Christmas songs will begin on Sunday Morning 06:00 UK Time for the first week just 1 song an hour.CheersPaul
Quote from: milky on December 03, 2018, 07:57:44 PMProgram Directors dictate what the presenters can and can't say. Some have a more relaxed policy, but air time is expensive and all must program in as much bang for their buck as possible. If that means less talk and more ads or music, then any presenter who goes against the dictates of the PD will have a very short career in radio. Besides, we have all been bored stupid by the life story of an artist that the jock just HAD to tell, even though it has been heard a thousand times before and even though we all knew he had just googled the "facts".