Ha ha, there's two of the buggers, too ashamed to admit it perhaps? (They must therefor get a fee to be on the panel, as what else would get you to take part in something you won't be happy to admit to in public?)
Bugger me blind, how many judges do they NEED for this thing?!
For a moment I thought song interpretive dancer David Armand of Fast and Loose and Sorry I've Got No Head was on the panel for a moment which confused me rather, then I realised it was just some bald bloke called John Baish.
In 1995 he left to join Virgin Radio but returned to Emap three years later successfully launching Magic 105.4 and revamping Kiss 100. He remained MD of Kiss and Magic 105.4 until the end of 2004 when he was promoted to overseeing all Emap radio programming.
That doesn't bode well.
Emma Barnet (who looks younger than me):Emma Barnett
Digital Media Editor
Emma Barnett is The Daily Telegraph’s Digital Media Editor. She writes news, features and profiles about all forms of media and culture emerging from both traditional media companies and digital firms. Emma has interviewed some of the biggest names in the media world, including a personal favourite - Queen Rania of Jordan - a digital devotee and prolific tweeter!
She also writes a monthly column in The Sunday Telegraph's 'ThinkTank' section in which she analyses what the latest technology and digital media trends mean for businesses worldwide.
Emma regularly appears on Sky News, CNN, LBC Radio and BBC Radio 4’s The Media Show, to talk about the latest developments in media, culture and technology.
And her radio credentials are?..
Am I hard to please or does anyone else think you don't always have to have actually done very much to get on this panel provided you are young and good looking..and female?