The 5-minute Interview: Dick and Dom, Television and radio presenters
'Cars should run on water, and booze should be much cheaper'
Richard McCourt, 31, and Dominic Wood, 30, found fame with the TV series 'Dick And Dom In Da Bungalow'. They host a Sunday morning show on Radio 1.
If I weren't talking to you right now I'd be ...
Dom: At home holding my son because he's ill.
A phrase I use too often ...
Dick: "'Ave it". People in Manchester say nothing else.
Dom: Mine would be "I need stress management".
I wish people would take more notice of ...
Dom: Our great architecture. I think it was Prince Charles who said you can miss so much if you don't look up.
The most surprising thing to happen to me was ...
Dick: Getting a job on Radio 1.
A common misconception of me is ...
Dick: That I'm fat.
Dom: People think I'm tall. But I'm not – we're fat and small.
I am not a politician but ...
Dom: Cars should run on water, booze should be cheaper and there should be no stamp duty or inheritance tax.
I'm good at ...
Dick: Mario & Sonic At The Olympics on the Nintendo Wii.
Dom: Smiling with my eyes.
I'm very bad at ...
Dom: Managing stress levels.
Dick: FIFA 08 on the Wii.
The ideal night out is ...
Dick: Beer, beer, beer, food, red wine, bed.
Dom: Going to watch a nice sunset in Ibiza. Then beer, beer, beer, food, red wine, bed.
In moments of weakness I ...
Dick: My fiancée made me go out for chocolate in the middle of the night. That was a weak moment.
You know me as a DJ and TV presenter but in a truer life I'd have been ...
Dick: A monkfish. People keep naming fish after us.
Dom: We wouldn't be any old monkfish though. We'd be chopped up on a fish counter.
From the blogs
Have you ever picked up a box of 100 books? This week has found the two of us lugging around the eq...
Mathew Jonson has been a hero of mine for quite some time now. His timeless piece, Marionette, was o...
A slight deviation from style this week and admittedly a bit weird, but at least I can finally say I...
We love London for its multiculturalism, so we’re all about that cross-cultural life this weekend by...
IoS exclusive: MI5 'tried to recruit' Woolwich attack suspect Michael Adebolajo
Fire and fury in Sweden as riots spread
EDL marches on Newcastle as attacks on Muslims increase tenfold in the wake of Woolwich machete attack which killed Drummer Lee Rigby
Fallen angel: Winona Ryder on bouncing back from her decade in the wilderness
Hurricane season fears as warning satellite fails
BMF is the UK’s biggest and best loved outdoor fitness classes
Find out what The Independent's resident travel expert has to say about one of the most beautiful small cities in the world
Nook is donating eReaders to volunteers at high-need schools and participating in exclusive events throughout the campaign.
Get the latest on The Evening Standard's campaign to get London's children reading.
Win anything from gadgets to five-star holidays on our competitions and offers page.