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Stop Radio One from removing the peoples shows

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A page deicated to stopping the BBC from removing Judge Jules, Gilles Peterson, Kissy Sell Out, Fabio & Grooverider and rescheduling Kutski The BBC announced today that they are removing not one but FIVE major pioneers of dance music to make way for more urban music. The DJs in the cull are Judge Jules, Gilles Peterson, Kissy Sell Out, Fabio & Grooverider and to add insult to injury they are relcoating hard dance supremo Kutski to a tri weekly slot on a thursday night. These world renown jocks play the most upfront and cutting edge sound in their retrospective scenes, they support music from the biggest acts around the world and like the late great John Peel also massively support up and coming talent getting their music played across the globe, their shows are current, relevant, fair and informative, they play at the most high profile and influential gigs around. If it was not for these radio shows people would not have the access to hearing some the newest music around. How is removing artists of this caliber and we quote Ben Cooper, Controller of Radio 1, "It’s important that Radio 1 continues to develop new talent and the station keeps evolving for our young listeners. These changes to our evening schedule will strengthen the range and depth of the specialist music offering on the network." going to do anything for this cause. This petition is dedicated to making the BBC listen to the very people who pay the licence fees and keep Radio One on air, Trance / Hardcore / Gabba / Hardstyle MUST stay were it belongs Friday nights, and Fabio & Groverider must STAY. We also suggest Sending an email to the following two addresses to voice your Complaint/opinion/suggestion/comment: Firstly to Trust they are the governing body of the BBC CC in Radio One

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