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All of Scott’s show, without the music! Innuendo Bingo, prank calls, Chris’s stories, listeners’ dilemmas, Real Or No Real, stupid games: it’s all here for you, five days a week.
 
Daily chat, nonsense and extra fun after every Radio 1 Breakfast With Greg James.
 
Join Radio 1’s resident film buff Ali Plumb for movie news, reviews and extra behind-the-screens fun.
 
A 5 minute mix from the world's hottest DJs and producers. Lots of tunes in a tiny space, as featured on Annie Mac's show on BBC Radio 1. This download is only available in the UK
 
The best bits from Nick Grimshaw’s BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show brought to you every week on a Friday featuring the funniest stuff and highlights from our big guests.
 
The world's biggest movie stars talk through their best films, with Radio 1's film critic Ali Plumb.
 
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A bonus Friday podcast to confuse you thoroughly before your weekend!
 
Chris catches up with Scott on the set of Strictly, speaks to listener Nicole (who's never been on a flight,) about her family's reaction to her being on the radio, plus Good News Jamie spits a few bars.
 
Isn't it annoying when restaurants discontinue your favourite dish? Also when you are a fresher at Uni the last thing you have time for is to cook properly which results in some very weird dishes being conjured up.
 
Ali reviews The House with a Clock in Its Walls starring Jack Black & Cate Blanchett,, Mile 22 starring Mark Wahlberg and A Simple Favor starring Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively.
 
On a bridge over the M25 in London a famous piece of graffiti was removed to great anger from the locals. This prompted Greg to ask for your hometown landmarks - not the cathedrals and monuments, but the odd things. Plus, Radio 1's movie buff Ali Plumb has posed some ridiculous questions to Jack Black and Cate Blanchett.…
 
It's Bamboleo Wednesday and we speak to Nicole from Pontypridd who's never before been on a plane and when your parents set you up on dates.
 
Game Of Phones player Ashley gets through to Matty from The 1975 and asks if he likes guacamole, Tiffany Haddish has a very strange vocal warm-up exercise and Kanye has announced he is moving (to a ridiculously OTT reaction) so we ask "where are you moving to?" and see if it has the same effect.
 
More ridiculous places you've had arguments, pre-drinks in garden centres, Harry Styles' new image and student Max and his mum play the Freshers Game.
 
It's a fiery round of Unpopular Opinion with movie stars Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish. Plus, have we really been saying Chrissy Teigen's name wrong all this time? Are there other names we've been getting wrong too?
 
Have you ever been convinced that a famous is staring from the stage straight into your eyes? Plus Cuffing Queen Kate is back to tell of the last few dates before she found The One and where is the worst place possible to be having a massive argument with your partner.
 
Greg is fascinated by another Gregg - Gregg Wallace and how happy he gets visiting factories. Also what on earth is in Fiona Bruce's box and was Joan of Arc married to Noah? We find out from The Fact Controller.
 
Ryan Reynolds tells the extraordinary story of how he became Marvel's most outrageous superhero, from his rivalry with Hugh Jackman to making a music video with Celine Dion.
 
More behind the scenes stuff from The Scott Mills Show. Find out why Scott had an argument on a plane, hear Good News Jamie’s extra-long giraffe joke and Ella from this week’s “Where Do You Think They Were” tells of how the fame went to her parent’s heads.
 
Ali reviews The Predator, Crazy Rich Asians and King Of Thieves. Plus your thoughts on BlacKKKlansman and who are the actors in Hollywood who have yet to win an Oscar but you KNOW will win one soon? Ali is building a list.
 
All of Scott’s show, without the music! Innuendo Bingo, prank calls, Chris’s stories, listeners’ dilemmas, Real Or No Real, stupid games: it’s all here for you, five days a week.
 
Greg chats to Richard Madden (from BBC Radio Lincolnshire), Sam Smith (from Chesterfield) and Joanna Lumley (from Sheffield) as he builds his new database of listeners with famous names. Also he has new favourite TV show - Ill Gotten Gains!
 
Beware of men with small hands! What rubbish dating advice you been given from your dad? Plus, Peter Crouch gets to join a listener's WhatsApp group, our cuffing queen Katie is back with more dating stories, Chris misunderstands the meaning of "Going Dutch" and It's Bamboleo Wednesday. so listen out for your favourite clips in the gap.…
 
Greg's fourth favourite comedian Katherine Ryan is on the Radio 1 phone lines and gives advice on cat names and mortgages. Plus Roisin Hastie from Newsbeat AKA The Fact Controller is here to tell us that Barry Manilow has always had the same head and that cows do NOT lay eggs.
 
We send footballing legend Peter Crouch to a bar to tell some jokes to find out if he really is the funniest man in sport. Also our cuffing queen Kate is back with some more of her dating stories, listener Dave and his mates have an amazing WhatsApp group and do girls really look at your feet on a first date?…
 
Unpopular Opinions - What opinions do you have that leave everyone aghast? Today we heard some shockers. Also today's Viral Granny, Jackie, reads the Winky Wonky Donkey story to her grandchildren.
 
Kate from Devon, our Cuffing Queen dated 38 different men in 2 months to find a boyfriend before winter last year. On date number 38, she found her true love. But, she wrote a review of every single date. Today she starts the countdown and reads the first 4 entries, including a Prosecco King!We also recap what happened when Gemma Collins made a ...…
 
Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith was the latest victim of Game Of Phones and so listener Katherine got to call her. But! Will she remember Greg's Monster Mash impression of her from last year?
 
Gal Gadot talks to Ali about becoming DC’s Wonder Woman ahead of Justice League, reveals Chris Pine's nickname for her, and explains what she means by Wonder Woman's "bush"
 
Drum 'n' Bass don Friction takes you on a rave journey with his 'History Lesson' Mini Mix
 
Ali reviews Final Score and chats to it's star Dave Bautista about their mutual love for Hugh Jackman and Chris Pratt. Plus reviews of demonic horror The Nun, strange heist movie American Animals and teenage drama The Miseducation of Cameron Post starring Chloë Grace Moretz.
 
Listener Jessica discovers she was conceived on a bridge when she plays Where Do You Think They Were? In turn she receives a happy birthday message from all her favourite BBC Radio 1 presenters. Jax Jones popped in to deliver his montage of farts. A fartage. This was inspired by a guy in America who filmed himself farting over a 6-month period. ...…
 
The day of reckoning is here! The Pasty's journey is on the last leg of it's 671 mile journey and pipers, soldiers and chefs are at Sarah's house to greet it. But will it get there on time? And if so, will Sarah even like it? We find out in the conclusion of Pass The Pasty.
 
We speak to a listener who went on 38 dates with 38 different boys to get a boyfriend for the winter. She succeeded on the last one, after writing reviews on EVERY SINGLE ONE!Chris discovers his wife is watching TED Talks on relationship advice, and we learn more about the amazing new series of Don’t Tell The Bride.…
 
Firstly on foot, then by car, then by bicycle, but snowboards and steam trains? Only if we can get the pasty there on time and time is running out! Pass The Pasty continues as Greg tries to get a Cornish pasty from Cornwall to Sarah in Aberdeenshire.
 
We speak to listeners who are happily single, and even stump Scott and Chris as to why being in a relationship is so great. Greg James’ pasty gets sent up and down a ski slope as it makes its way from Cornwall to Aberdeenshire and Chris rediscovers the TV show Don’t Tell The Bride.
 
The pasty's journey to Aberdeenshire continues with the help of One Direction and X Factor judge Louis Tomlinson and Olympic silver medallist Jon Mould, but how far will it get?
 
As Greg James sends a pasty from Cornwall to Aberdeenshire via listeners. One of those takes it on a rollercoaster. Also, Donald Trump struggled to put through the New Mexican president to his phone, which lends itself very nicely to Jax Jones’ Ring Ring song.Speaking of Jax Jones, he’s been sending videos of him farting. All explained in today ...…
 
Last week we heard the devastating news that listener Sarah has never eaten a pasty! Greg decides this is not right so embarks on a mission to get a fresh pasty to her in Aberdeenshire - all the way from Cornwall, by using the power of the Radio 1 Listeners. The journey for the little pastry delight begins on a ferry to Rock. #PassThePasty…
 
Chris Hemsworth speaks to Radio 1's Ali Plumb about becoming Marvel's God of Thunder, his early career in Home and Away and how Dancing with the Stars nearly lost him the role.
 
The Disco legend drops a Mini Mix for Annie Mac celebrating Unity.
 
Chris takes you behind the scenes of a week of embarrassing scenes at Radio 1 - for him and Scott on stage with Deaf Havana at Reading Festival, and for listener Sam who was the first victim of the Happy Birthday game. Chris also speaks to Jack Saunders who starts his new show at Radio 1 next week, and catches up with Good News Jamie. Plus list ...…
 
Ali joins Ace to talk about Hollywood's biggest earners, can you guess who they are? Also reviews of Yardie, a new film by Idris Elba, and The Spy Who Dumped Me with Mila Kunis and news on Matt-Star Wars-Smith and Alec-not Batman-Baldwin.
 
Scott and Chris invent The Birthday Game, meaning birthday shout outs on the radio will never be the same again... The best caller ever from Reading Festival and do they find a celeb to record their farts for a week? Plus has Jason Derulo ruined a classic?
 
Sarah has never eaten a pasty. She’s blaming living miles away from Cornwall for this.
 
Scott and Chris adopt a new favourite phrase you can use anytime you've been to a gig... Another reason why Australian TV is the absolute best, the ghost story lady on This Morning has a new lover and did Example's promise to get a listener to one of his gigs actually pay off?
 
Comedian & the voice of Love Island Iain Stirling mans the phones.
 
Guess the missing number, speak to a celeb. It's a game we call Game of Phones.
 
Tom Holland tells Ali Plumb how he went from playing Billy Elliot in the stage show to becoming Marvel's biggest Superhero. He also talks about meeting Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, his newfound friendship with Zendaya and dealing with fame at such a young age.
 
Ali reviews the latest movie releases, Christopher Robin and BlacKkKlansman. Plus he chats to Ace about all the movie news from the week including the departure of director Danny Boyle from the latest James Bond film.
 
Chris is back with his behind-the-scenes podcast. Chris talks to Jordan North about which swear words he'd love to say on air but can't. He also catches up with listener Brad whose speakers blew on Bangers, speaks to Good News Jamie, and answers listeners questions.
 
All of Ali's news, reviews and interviews will now all be in one place - Screen Time. Subscribe to Screen Time for more movie goodies every Friday and Monday.
 
Listener Will has a LONG story about unrequited love with a Polish lady called Paulina. What is Love Island's Dr. Alex doing on his socials, seriously?! Scott and Chris just can't hear George Ezra burping in 'Shotgun', PLUS! Are Scott and Chris ready to perform with Deaf Havana on Saturday at Reading? NO CHANCE!…
 
Amber's mum won't take her to Thorpe Park so we got Chloë to call her to change her mind.
 
Chris is off sick so Scott calls to make him even sicker and the things you say just to annoy your partner. Plus, Liam Payne's dad is back in touch, Slaves call us after someone disgraces themselves at their gig and Scott is starting to get nervous about his Reading festival appearance this weekend.
 
It was Julia's turn for The Banana Guards in Yesterday's Quiz and it's fair to say, it all went a bit Pete Tong for her!
 
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