'I stare into space and sigh during the ad breaks'

August 2006
Campaign;8/4/2006, Issue 31, p12
Trade Publication
The article questions answered by Lucio, Drivetime DJ, Capital, and Richard Bacon Drivetime DJ, XFM. One question was related to the secret of a good drivetime show. Other questions were related to the worst song they had ever played and their favorite tracks on their iPod. Another question asked and was what they do during the advertisement breaks in their show.


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