People who like this radio programme describe it as
Plays good music, Charming, Good-humoured, Reassuring, Family-friendly, Warm, Good DJ/Presenter, Genuine, Moving and Engaging.
People who like this radio programme also tend to like listening to other radio programmes such as Steve Wright in the Afternoon, Ken Bruce, Johnnie Walker's Sounds of the 70s, Wake Up to Wogan, Sounds of the 60s, The Jeremy Vine Show, Simon Mayo Drivetime, The Chris Evans Breakfast Show, Zoe Ball and Pick of the Pops.
This radio programme is particularly popular among supporters of the Conservative Party. This radio programme is particularly popular among readers of The Daily Telegraph.
The radio stations they tend to listen to regularly are: BBC Radio 2 and Smooth Radio.
Their favourite music artists are: Neil Diamond, Jimmy Ruffin, Hall & Oates, John Denver, Chicago, Cheryl Baker, Sad Café, Celine Dion, Billy Fury and Wings.
TV programmes shown in the UK they tend to like are: L.A. Law, The Country House Revealed, The House of Eliott, Doctors, Missing, The Jury, Weakest Link, Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers, The Duchess of Duke Street and NCIS: Los Angeles.
UK TV personalities they tend to like include Chris Evans, Cheryl Baker, Jason Donovan, Jim Davidson and Tony Blackburn.
People who like this radio programme say their favourite books include The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side, The Mill on the Floss, The Mayor of Casterbridge: The Life and Death of a Man of Character, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Bridges of Madison County.
People who dislike this radio programme describe it as Dull, Monotonous, Superficial, Silly, Irritating, Repetitive, Clichéd, Boring and Forced.