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While the recession means times are tight for all of us and I understand that the BBC is answerable to the licence fee payers, please don't axe 6 music. I'm 37 years old - too old for most of Radio 1 except for the stuff that's on in the small hours (thank you iPlayer) and too young for Radio 2, which is too middle of the road for me and most of my peers.
6Music is good because it's a place where I can listen to new music when I want to (Marc Riley, Tom Robinson), can occasionally be assured of a classic from the days when I was mad about music (morning Shaun Keaveny) and be entertained by fantastically daft stuff in between (hello Adam & Joe).
You only need to surf Facebook or Twitter for a while to realise how much the station is loved and revered. At it's best, its truly a station in the mould of the BBC's greatest ever DJ - John Peel. It supports new bands, lets you hear them live and raw and is discerning in broadcasting older, mostly pretty cool music that you might have missed first time around, thus opening it up to a new audience.
The BBC is something I'm proud of as a Brit. I love watching David Attenborough as much as I do Dot Cotton. Similarly Mary Anne Hobbs does it for me as much as Desert Island Discs. But without 6Music, there will be a big empty musical hole in my life. Don't force us to listen to all the other rubbish commercial MOR stations like Absolute. Keep us stimulated.
Please keep 6Music on air.
PS If you need to make cuts, get rid of George Lamb. He's not bad on the telly, but just because a bunch of mates have a laugh when they get together, it doesn't mean everyone listening will if you broadcast it.