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Big George
Big George
Big George

When it comes to lively, thought provoking "say it as you see it" radio, no programme on the air comes close to The Big George Show on 94.9fm.

There are just two rules: (1) keep it legal (2) keep it decent. The rest is fair game.

Every email and text is read out, and every point of view is heard, regardless of the critical nature of its content.

So get involved involved in the debate and let London hear you.

Every show the regulars, the occasionals and first time callers, agree, disagree, argue and are aghast at the debate, which is always driven by them!

No subject is too taboo and all opinions are listened to.

But it's not all serious weighty stuff! Not a show goes by without something mad, preposterous or down right bizarre happening.

The Big George Show on BBC London 94.9 is like no other radio phone in you'll have ever heard anywhere on the planet.

About George

Big George has a past many people will not be aware of but most will be aware of his work.

He is one of the UK's foremost TV and Radio composers. He is responsible for themes like: Have I Got News For You, The Office, Graham Norton, Room 101 and the finale of One Foot In The Grave.

As a bandleader he has worked around the world on over 500 hours of live TV.

He has also presented numerous television programmes for BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Sky about Music and English History (his two passions).

He is also a columnist for The London Daily News and Sound On Sound.

Call 020 7224 2000 or text 81333 and start the text with London.

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