Chris Evans Drivetime was a flagship programme on BBC Radio 2, which aired on weekdays between 17:00 and 19:00 in the United Kingdom. It was presented by veteran broadcaster Chris Evans, who moved to Drivetime from his Saturday afternoon show after Johnnie Walker left the slot after seven years in 2006. On 7 September 2009 the BBC announced that Evans would take over the breakfast show (now called the Chris Evans Breakfast Show) from the retiring Terry Wogan, from 11 January 2010, and on 15 September it was confirmed that Simon Mayo would replace Evans on Drivetime.

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  • Chris Evans Drivetime was a flagship programme on BBC Radio 2, which aired on weekdays between 17:00 and 19:00 in the United Kingdom. It was presented by veteran broadcaster Chris Evans, who moved to Drivetime from his Saturday afternoon show after Johnnie Walker left the slot after seven years in 2006. On 7 September 2009 the BBC announced that Evans would take over the breakfast show (now called the Chris Evans Breakfast Show) from the retiring Terry Wogan, from 11 January 2010, and on 15 September it was confirmed that Simon Mayo would replace Evans on Drivetime. (en)
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  • Chris Evans Drivetime was a flagship programme on BBC Radio 2, which aired on weekdays between 17:00 and 19:00 in the United Kingdom. It was presented by veteran broadcaster Chris Evans, who moved to Drivetime from his Saturday afternoon show after Johnnie Walker left the slot after seven years in 2006. On 7 September 2009 the BBC announced that Evans would take over the breakfast show (now called the Chris Evans Breakfast Show) from the retiring Terry Wogan, from 11 January 2010, and on 15 September it was confirmed that Simon Mayo would replace Evans on Drivetime. (en)
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  • Chris Evans Drivetime (en)
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