The BBC's local radio station for London is to ditch more than a quarter century of rebrands and return to its original name, BBC Radio London. The station -- current BBC London 94.9 -- will go back
to its roots next Monday on the 45th anniversary of its launch as the first local station in London. The BBC station for the capital dropped the BBC London name when it relaunched as GLR in 1988,
featuring a lineup including Chris Evans, Chris Morris and Danny Baker.
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