Afternoons aren’t the same without Mark Radcliffe

Afternoons just aren’t the same anymore.

Afternoons just aren’t the same anymore. Ever since Mark Radcliffe left his Radio 1 slot, the Diary has been left twiddling the dial on its radio trying to find some sort of suitable alternative that isn’t Colin Murray or Edith Bowman. But other than making a smooth transition to Radio 2, Radcliffe has been keeping himself busy by raising money for good causes. Together with James Whitmore of Experience Communications, the two completed a 192-mile walk to raise money (and awareness) for the Hepatitis C Trust. The blood-borne virus that attacks the liver is often associated with a “rock ‘n’ roll” lifestyle – so the Diary assumes marketers will be safe…

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