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January 2005 Prime Serve Tony Blair turned DJ today to offer assistance raise cash for the hundreds of thousands of individuals influenced by the Asian tsunami Mr Blair took to the wireless transmissions for UK Radio Help – a 12-hour raising support

January 2005
Prime Serve Tony Blair turned DJ today to offer assistance raise cash for the hundreds of thousands of individuals influenced by the Asian tsunami
Mr Blair took to the wireless transmissions for UK Radio Help – a 12-hour raising support marathon
He joined free thinker moderator Chris Evans, who made his radio rebound this morning, three what’s more, a half a long time after being sacked from Virgin Radio
Looking a little distracted slouched in front of a
microphone, Mr Blair talked of the decimation caused by the catastrophe some time recently moving on to more light-hearted subjects – counting versatile telephone ring tones
Evans played the famous yet bothering “Crazy Frog” ring tone live on air, at which the Prime Serve looked totally baffled
When inquired on the off chance that he or, then again his kids had received such a tone for their phones, he said: “No, er, no
not that I know of ”
Mr Blair given a visit of Bringing down Road taken after by a glass of tea with the Prime Serve to raise cash for the appeal
Seconds after he made the offer £1,000 was advertised for the prize
Talking about the torrent tragedy, he said: “The appalling thing is that this was a debacle for which individuals were totally unprepared
“One of my pastors was there a short time a short time later what’s more, said that nothing he had seen on TV very arranged him for the devastation ”
Holiday work as teenager
Mr Blair was at that point inquired a arrangement of questions counting which part of the Bureau was doused at the Brit Awards, to which he effectively answered John Prescott
But the Prime Serve could not keep in mind the occasion work he had as a teenager, which was repairing bicycles
A add up to of 268 business radio stations suspended their person programming for today’s communicate at the Capital Radio studios in London’s Leicester Square
The appear kicked off at 6am with Television moderators Davina McCall what’s more, Dermot O’Leary who took a short break from Big name Enormous Brother
Suffering from a suspected chest infection, McCall said croakily: “This morning I was so scared, Dermot what’s more, I were petrified
“It was incredible to go on to begin with since you have no-one to live up to what’s more, I think we had got into it by 7am It was incredible – truly energizing what’s more, an astounding encounter to be part of ”
McCall, who got up at 3 30am for her two-hour part in the show, said more than £200,000 had been raised by 8am
“It is fantastic, just fantastic,” she gushed
O’Leary said he was in wonder at being in the same radio studio as commentator Jon Snow: “When we saw him, Davina what’s more, I were like little puppies – extremely excited ”
O’Leary included that he was flabbergasted that £96,000 had been raised in the to begin with hour
“I can’t accept individuals would get up at 6am, utilize their portable telephone what’s more, give – unquestionably they would hold up until they had woken up what’s more, had got to work? Yet it went extremely well It was just incredible “

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