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Mark Radcliffe and Marc Riley, on whose late-night [[Radio 1]] show Mark Kermode first began to make his name on the BBC.
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[[Mark Radcliffe]] and Marc Riley, on whose late-night [[Radio 1]] show Mark Kermode first began to make his name on the BBC.
  
 
Dr K once stormed out while live on air after Radcliffe suggested that [[Elvis]] Presley may not be overly well these days.
 
Dr K once stormed out while live on air after Radcliffe suggested that [[Elvis]] Presley may not be overly well these days.
 
Mark Radcliffe actually coined the phrase "it's all gone Pete Tong", which would later become the title of a film that Mark didn't like very much.
 

Latest revision as of 03:56, 12 January 2018

Mark Radcliffe and Marc Riley, on whose late-night Radio 1 show Mark Kermode first began to make his name on the BBC.

Dr K once stormed out while live on air after Radcliffe suggested that Elvis Presley may not be overly well these days.