Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show
Weekdays, 6-10am on Absolute Radio, Absolute 80s and Absolute Classic Rock.
So you can stuff your porridge, bin your bio-bacterial-probiotic yoghurt goop and stick your double strength caffe lattes where the sun don't shine. Every weekday from 6am to 10am we join Absolute Radio for The Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show, for four hours of laughs and the best music from Absolute Radio, Absolute Classic Rock and Absolute 80s.
After breaking into his house in South London recently to find out a bit more about Christian, we discovered that he's genuinely a huge Absolute music fan, with posters of Oasis, The Stones, The Who, David Bowie, Bon Jovi, Queen and U2 on the back of his bathroom door.
He's also a huge fan of Ian McEwan novels, Robert De Niro films, and owns more movies than his local library (they are wanting to question him about this). Christian supports Southampton footie club, but not too much since they got relegated.
He's also just started golf lessons, in case you've see a dark haired bloke hacking holes in the sand bunkers and swearing a lot down your local club recently.
While we where there we also discovered that he's a huge fan of gadgets, and we would have made it off with his iPod, blackberry and Sky Plus, if it wasn't for his wife and 16 month old daughter Ruby, calling the police. (A warning in case you ever thought about breaking into Christian's house ' he also has a small dog called Digby, who doesn't take bones as bribes like the dogs in cartoons).
And to top it off, he's a bit of a sports journo too, writing a weekly sports column in The Guardian (only it's usually about crazy golf, Rocky and martial arts - which Christian wishes he could do without his daughter flooring him so often).