The Gospel According to Chris Moyles: The Story of a Man and His Mouth

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The Gospel According to Chris Moyles: The Story of a Man and His Mouth

The Gospel According to Chris Moyles: The Story of a Man and His Mouth

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On 7 September 2009 Moyles became the longest serving breakfast presenter on Radio 1, breaking the record previously set by Tony Blackburn. Stewart Lee, on his own programme Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle, commented that the title of the book suggests "a degree of irony and self-awareness largely absent from the text itself" and then went on to deconstruct and mock the book's contents.

Now helming the Chris Moyles Show on Radio X, Moyles’ popularity has put him in a league of his own.The youngest son of two fantastic parents, Chris was encouraged to persue his ambition to make it as a national radio broadcaster. In his biography Moyles said that he mended his relationship with Peel and felt a sense of loss that he had not got to know him before his death. We're Back down under with a host of brand new celebrities, ready to face the terrifying trials and tribulations of the jungle 🦘😱" (Tweet) .

Other television credits include: ‘Live with Chris Moyles', ‘The Chris Moyles Show', ‘The Big Breakfast', ‘Big Brother's Big Mouth', ‘Hotel Babylon', ‘Top Gear', ‘Never Mind the Buzzcocks', ‘8 Out of 10 Cats' and ‘Who do you think you are? Comedy Dave wrote the song, and Paul Daniels asked for it to be made into an MP3 file after hearing it on air. Moyles has won several Sony Radio Awards: Silver in 1998; Gold in 2006; nominated in 2007: Gold in 2008; Bronze in 2009; and Silver in 2010.

He has appeared on Channel 4's Big Brother: Celebrity Hijack TV programme as well as an appearance as a team captain on the Channel 4 show Alan Carr's Celebrity Ding Dong and on 18 July 2008 he appeared on Jimmy Carr's show on Channel 4, 8 Out of 10 Cats. Also on the climb were Girls Aloud members Cheryl Cole and Kimberley Walsh, Fearne Cotton, Ben Shephard, Gary Barlow, Ronan Keating, Denise Van Outen and Alesha Dixon. Chris Moyles started his broadcasting career at the age of 16, working for Aire FM in Leeds and then onto Radio Luxembourg and London's Capital FM. Read more about the condition Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition.

His first book gives you an insight to what he is really like, a kind, talented, and hugely funny man, not the loud mouth git some people think he is! Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).Comedian Stewart Lee criticised and mocked the book on his television programme Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle. In less than 2 years, he had added over a million new listeners and made the show the number one show in London for 15-24 year olds. He had been appointed to increase the ratings for the show and did so, putting on an extra 1,000,000 listeners to the audience in the first quarter of 2004. He made the outburst while teasing a mother-of-three from Newcastle during an on-air feature which her children had interrupted. In 2004 he knocked U2 off the top of the Official Download Chart with his single ‘Dogz Don't Kill People (Wabbits Do)'.

On 19 April 2016 it was announced that there would be an additional pre-recorded show on Saturday mornings between 8 am-11. In the book, Moyles talks about his early life growing up in Leeds and how he was inspired to be on the radio. Those defending Moyles have noted that Aled Haydn Jones, his show's producer who has worked with Moyles since 2001, is openly gay.

In March 2011, Moyles and his colleague David Vitty beat the record for the longest continuous Radio 1 show, on Radio 1's Longest Show Ever with Chris Moyles and Comedy Dave for Comic Relief. Moyles' autobiography, The Gospel according to Chris Moyles: The Story of One Man and His Mouth was released by Ebury Press on 5 October 2006. In September 2007, he performed "Suicidal" a parody of the UK number one Sean Kingston's "Beautiful Girls", in which he talks about how the song makes him feel suicidal and wonders why it reached number one. The Chris Moyles Show was credited with the debut of the unofficial England World Cup Song, written and performed by Chico Slimani a parody of his hit single " It's Chico Time" and originally named "It's England Time".

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