BBC nailing its own coffin as fans slam Ken Bruces exit
Ken Bruce reveals he's having an early exit from Radio 2
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Ken Bruce’s early departure from the BBC has sparked outrage among Radio 2 listeners, with many slamming the broadcaster. The radio DJ presented his final show on Friday before he makes the move to Greatest Hits Radio. At the beginning of his programme, he told Zoe Ball and his fans: “I’m going to miss you.”
He went on to add: “Don’t look for any hidden messages or secret agendas.
“Just good music all the way through. Enjoy!”
However, just minutes into this show, fans took to social media in droves to share their thoughts, with many slamming the BBC.
Twitter user @alancknott fumed: “Disgraceful treatment of Ken Bruce. BBC has lost its humanity and dignity.”
Michael Wait said: “The BBC Radio 2 should be ashamed of the ageist way it has treated Ken Bruce Steve Wright Paul O’Grady total disgrace ageism.” (sic)
While Annie Law complained: “Endings are so important. Very sad the #BBC pulled your show early. Go well #KenBruce.”
Twitter user @MinistryofTweed added: “It’s the last show on BBC Radio 2 for Ken Bruce today. My favourite DJ.
“I shall not be tuned into radio 2 from today unless Gary Davies is on. Doff of the tweed cap to @RealKenBruce you are just the best.”
“#bbcradio2 #popmaster #kenbruce Goodbye Radio 2 no more for me BBC nailing its own coffin,” Donna Abbott raged.
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