A TOP BBC star has bloody Radio 2 over its all-male rota of daytime presenters.
Jane Garvey horde of Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, pronounced the miss of women did not simulate Britain.
She also pronounced it was not different adequate ethnically.
Jane revealed: “I listen to Radio 2 and like it. But we would, wouldn’t I? I’m a 52-year-old white woman.
“I’m not certain it should be like that in the 21st century. Radio 2 doesn’t demeanour or sound much like the Britain we know.”
Chris Evans is one of the men winning BBC Radio 2’s daytime schedule
The daytime choice has Chris Evans, Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine, Steve Wright and Simon Mayo. Ex-Beeb radio arch Helen Boaden formerly argued it was tough to change a successful line-up.
But Jane pronounced it would not hit listening figures. She added: “That’s the place you could take a risk, by replacing somebody extravagantly successful.
“Music on Radio 2 is inoffensive. They’re going to get an audience. I’m not certain presenters are as poignant as people would have you believe.”
Last Nov she complained women got daytime Radio 2 slots only as holiday cover for the “legendary men”.
Its women DJs embody Vanessa Feltz, on at 5am, and Jo Whiley at 8pm.
Radio 2 pronounced its hosts also enclosed Zoe Ball, Moira Stuart, Sara Cox, Liza Tarbuck, Trevor Nelson and Craig Charles.