Keep forgetting to mention this, but Ian Jones, usually of TV Cream's Digi-Cream Times, spent a 24 hour period from midday last Monday listening to Radio 2 and keeping a log of everything notable that happened. Here's the intro and here's how it went. And sourced from the self same blog, Steven Adams of the Broken Family Band's tribute to the Today programme (21 minutes in)
Glastonbury coverage update: a lot of message boards seem to be bellyaching about the standard of the presenting but we see no real difference from any other year, and this afternoon Lauren was on rare form like we haven't seen her on prime-time telly for years. Just a shame we ended up with five songs by Paolo Nutini, who seemed to be acting the giddy goat. Why couldn't he stand up straight and sing properly? Meanwhile, Klaxons urgently need a new sound tech, and we're not sure the note Lily Allen started Heart Of Glass with is physically possible using western scales.