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Steve Wright, 68, tells listeners he ‘doesn’t want to go to bits’ as he starts final afternoon show


THE RADIO 2 BIG-HITTERS STEPPING BACK

STEVE WRIGHT

Steve Wright announced he would stop hosting his daily afternoon programme in July

Steve Wright announced he would stop hosting his daily afternoon programme in July

Radio 2 fans deplored the BBC’s decision to replace popular DJ Steve Wright with Radio 1’s Scott Mills as the corporation seeks to ‘try something different’.

As he exited Wogan House in July, donning a purple shirt, red striped tie and suit jacket, Wright told reporters it was ‘nice of you to come over’, adding: ‘That’s the way it goes… You know, sometimes people want you, sometimes they don’t.

‘Sometimes they want to make changes, give you another offer, and that’s okay, I understand that, I really understand that.’

TONY BLACKBURN

Tony Blackburn

Tony Blackburn has also taken a step back

In June, Tony Blackburn attacked the BBC for its ‘strange’ decision to move his Radio 2 show.

The 79-year-old DJ appeared to blame the decision on ageism, saying in a post on social media ‘there’s a lot of it about’.

Blackburn criticised the ‘wacky’ decision on Twitter,…



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