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My last post was all about how I became a DJ. Fifteen years later, I've learnt a lot. I'd be a bit concerned if I hadn't, really. I've put in the hours, I've served my time as the warm up DJ, playing to empty clubs, getting no recognition.
I've travelled to every corner of the globe - from London to Hawaii, New York to Paris, Mumbai, Brazil and Hong Kong. I've stayed in some of the most glamorous as well as some of the most scary ass places and I've probably spent more time in airports than is healthy.
The BBC is getting blamed for doing nothing about Jimmy Savile, although it seems, over the years, five police forces actually investigated stories about him in some way and did nothing. I worked in British television from 1973 onwards, though only twice on BBC programmes; the rest of the time, I worked for ITV and independent companies. Still, I heard rumours about Jimmy Savile.
Hitting the Milton Keynes Bowl for the final Swedish House Mafia gig last weekend I witnessed something I can only compare to a scene from the Apocalypse
My vote for video of the year so far has to go to "Charlie", the latest project from DJ, recording artist and notorious nightlife
Next time you are in a bar or a party and you see the lonely Warmup DJ stood in the corner, minding his own business, just remember - he's doing just that. He wants to be left alone, and if he wants to join the party later he will do, but let him do it on his own accord, yeah?
This weekend I'm tracksuit shopping - old school Adidas tracksuit shopping, to be specific. I'm going all out for the classic three-stripe, totally man-made matching numbers that made such a lasting impression on me when the likes of Run DMC popularised them in the mid-1980s and have been sneaking into my wardrobe ever since.
BBC Radio 1's Judge Jules is swapping his headphones and decks for a wig and gown as he launches his new legal career. Judge
Bip Ling is a fashion blogger, a DJ and the face of Forever 21 with a penchant for Care Bears, The Moomins and My Little
Jo Whiley has denied ageism forced her to leave Radio 1. The 46-year-old switched to Radio 2 this year after 18 years on