So, my last evening show is finished. I have one more show on The Bay and then I've got my leaving do on the Monday. I concluded the long running Britney Spears feature where I've been playing a clip of a song and people have been ringing in to try and suss out what tune it is. It's a quick four second clip and although everyone instantly recognises it oddly no one has got it right. "This feature is being done purely to wind people up, there's no prize, nothing like that, you call me and tell me what this song is..." then I play the clip and take a few calls.
They all come up with far out answers: "Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention? Tubular Bells? The Wombles?". No one gets it right.
I announce that it'll have to remain a mystery and then press on with the show. Five minutes later I take the following call:
"It's Britney Spears isn't it? Everyone knows it but it's a wind up isn't it? They're all in on it"
"I'm sorry luv, I don't know what you're talking about. Did you want a request?"
"No! It's the song thing. I've just realised. It's all a big wind up isn't it?"
"Ah - the song clip you mean? Well we've finished that now I'm afraid. It'll all just have to remain a mystery."
"Ha ha ha. I've just got it. It was a wind up all along. All those people. Ha ha ha."
"Right well, I must crack on luv. [cut her call] I'm not quite sure what she was on about there. I think she was ringing in about that song clip. I forgot to ask her what she thought it was. Tsk! It'll have to remain a mystery."
My last evening show over I drive home feeling quite happy inside. The shows I did on The Bay were ones which I was allowed to do well. My leaving do is on Monday and I've got some pretty exciting news, which I'll post here soon, about what I will be doing next. Things look like they might be about to take a dramatic turn for the good.