I am very curious to know what the BBC is doing for the 30 to 50 age group. Radio 1 caters for the younger person, Radio 2, as Ms Line stated, caters for the 50-plus age group, Radio 3 for the classical buff and, like Ms Line, I am not someone with degrees and a high intellect and therefore Radio 4 is out. I was a listener to the original Radio 5, which I found suited my taste in topics and music. But alas it has been replaced with a 24-hour news and sport station.
Listeners in my age group are in limbo. Where do we go? What can we listen to? Commercial radio, ugh]
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