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It is the station claiming to be coaxing older listeners from  Radio 2.<br>Now Boom Radio has captured former Beeb favourite Paul O'Grady for a  Day special.<br>O'Grady left Radio 2 in August after 14 years, only months after he had to start sharing his  https://maps.google.ee/url?sa=t&url=https%3A%2F%2Fhttps://eyangsloto.com/promo/  with comedian Rob Beckett, 36.<br>At the station, O'Grady, 67, had hosted a Christmas Day show with his famous triples - three songs by one artist played in a row.<br>His two-hour special for Boom was hailed by station co-founder David Lloyd, who said: 'This is an absolute coup and we're delighted Paul is joining us.'<br>      (image:  )    Boom Radio has captured former Beeb favourite Paul O'Grady (pictured) for a Christmas Day special <br>  RELATED ARTICLES                  Share this article Share          (image:  )    O'Grady, 67, will do a two-hour Christmas Day special on Boom Radio, which was set up in 2021 and is aimed at Baby Boomers<br>O'Grady, who will present from his home in Kent, said: 'Looking forward to being back on the wireless for Christmas Day lunch with the usual unpredictable mayhem.' <br>His show will feature tracks from the 60s and 70s, listener messages and a skit involving Father Christmas.<br>The station, set up in February 2021 aimed at Baby Boomers born from 1946 to 1964, is the nation's fastest growing broadcaster and now pulls in 443,000 weekly listeners.<br>O'Grady's BBC exit was the latest in an exodus of radio stars including Vanessa Feltz, 60, and Simon Mayo, 64.<br>
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