Radio 1 Dance when Prince Philip’s death was announced is peak Britain
You’ll have seen the sad news today that Prince Philip has died, aged 99.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s death saw the BBC’s schedules cleared across TV and radio, and led to this unlikely sounding moment on Radio 1’s sister station, Radio 1 Dance, as shared by @richardavsmith on Twitter.
Just wait for the beat to drop… pic.twitter.com/OiG8RVUONu
— Richard Smith (@richardavsmith) April 9, 2021
Peak Britain? Probably.
Shit mixing that
— ZizkovClaret (@D0bryDan) April 9, 2021
DJ’s grieving mate, show some respect!
— Ben Kilbride (@benkilbride85) April 9, 2021
And just a few of the other things people were saying about it.
If anyone asks you to explain Britain, show them this https://t.co/S9e001OUAl
— Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) April 9, 2021
the way i GASPED https://t.co/BztKJQInB4
— Moya Lothian-Mclean (@mlothianmclean) April 9, 2021
ME: It’s impossible to sum up how strange the UK is in 21seconds
BBC SOUNDS: Hold my rave mix https://t.co/W8I2CT3lRZ
— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) April 9, 2021