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The Russell Brand Show
BBC 6Music programme

In December 2005, Brand filled in for Nemone with co-presenter Karl Pilkington for three one-off radio shows for BBC Radio 6 Music. In April 2006, Brand was given a regular Sunday morning 10 am to 1 pm slot on the station. Pilkington was advertised as being his co-host and appeared with him on the first show, but thereafter Brand's long-term contributor Matt Morgan and comedian Trevor Lock (who left in March 2007 to start his own radio show) filled the role. Brand's 6Music radio show was ranked as high as number 2 in the iTunes most-subscribed podcast chart.

The BBC Radio 6 Music shows would usually take on a different theme each week, for instance one week the theme was "What Have I Done To Deserve This?" Lock would tell stories of being caught accidentally drowning a rodent by a vicar, while on the "Lies" themed show Brand would talk about pouring Jif round his bathroom and telling his mother it had come out when trying to urinate. The trio would regularly tease one another about these absurd and hilarious anecdotes. There would be an almost weekly item where Brand would read out a made-up story from the tabloids about his private life. A constant source of fascination and frustration was "Trevor's Sonic Enigma", which was later renamed "Trevor Done A Noise" by Brand and Morgan. This was meant to be a short clip of sound effects and voices (all done by Lock) meant to suggest the title of a song. These enigmas were notable for being misleading and confusing as well as very long, winners were invited to join the presenters in the studio the next week. The other item was "Challenge Trevor" in which Lock was set a list of undesirable challenges by the listeners. These went from eating lemons to serenading Noel Gallagher with an Oasis song in Lock's Elvis Presley voice.

-- from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Russell_Brand_Show_(radio_show)

  1. 27 December 2005 PC (34.7Mb)
  2. 28 December 2005 Full (66Mb)
  3. 29 December 2005 PC (16Mb)
  4. 09 April 2006 (23.3Mb)
  5. 16 April 2006 (44.2Mb)
  6. 23 April 2006 (8.1Mb)
  7. 30 April 2006 (42.5Mb)
  8. 07 May 2006 (42Mb)
  9. 14 May 2006 (11.2Mb)
  10. 21 May 2006 (18.8Mb)
  11. 28 May 2006 (13.3Mb)
  12. 04 June 2006 (67.6Mb)
  13. 11 June 2006 (72.5Mb)
  14. 18 June 2006 (71.8Mb)
  15. 25 June 2006 (68.7Mb)
  16. 02 July 2006 (73.1Mb)
  17. 09 July 2006 (73.6Mb)
  18. 16 July 2006 (74.7Mb)
  19. 23 July 2006 (60.9Mb)
  20. 30 July 2006 (75.7Mb)
  21. 06 August 2006 (69.4Mb)
  22. 13 August 2006 (73.3Mb)
  23. 20 August 2006 (82.2Mb)
  24. 27 August 2006 (79.4Mb)
  25. 03 September 2006 (41.8Mb)
  26. 10 September 2006 (57Mb)
  27. 17 September 2006 (66.5Mb)
  28. 24 September 2006 (74Mb)
  29. 01 October 2006 (54.2Mb)
  30. 08 October 2006 (56.9Mb)
  31. 15 October 2006 (58.1Mb)
  32. 22 October 2006 (68.5Mb)
  33. 29 October 2006 (54.4Mb)
  34. 05 November 2006 (80.9Mb)
  35. 18 November 2006 (39.3Mb)
  36. 25 November 2006 (33.7Mb)
  37. 02 December 2006 (36.6Mb)
  38. 09 December 2006 (38.3Mb)
  39. 16 December 2006 (50.1Mb)
  40. 23 December 2006 (74.8Mb)
  41. 30 December 2006 (68.2Mb)

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