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* [[Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist Ghost from True Capitalist Radio]] had to be given his own page.

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* [[Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist Ghost from True Capitalist Radio]] had to be given his own page.page.
* ''Radio/TheFrantics'' built an entire career's worth of comedy around the phrase "BOOT TO THE HEAD!", and inventing situations in which that phrase might be used to humorous effect. The two most famous are the reading of a will ("Last Will and Temperament") and a martial arts instructor dealing with an overenthusiastic and arrogant student ("Ti Kwan Leep")


* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetins cretins" (pronounced [[PainfulRhyme 'creetins']]). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP". Scott signs off his segments with "This is Scott the Jew, saying la hiem". For a long time Tasty Mc Dole would try to squeeze a mention of his popular recipe Janets Brown into a discussion, to a point where he would sometimes just say its name with no actual reason.

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* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetins cretins" (pronounced [[PainfulRhyme 'creetins']]).cretins". For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP". Scott signs off his segments with "This is Scott the Jew, saying la hiem". For a long time Tasty Mc Dole would try to squeeze a mention of his popular recipe Janets Brown into a discussion, to a point where he would sometimes just say its name with no actual reason.

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* ''Radio/JourneyIntoSpace'':
** Jet often says "Good heavens!" when shocked. On occasion, he says "Good grief!"
** Whenever Lemmy says something silly or unhelpful, Jet chastises him by saying "Quiet, Lemmy!" A chastened Lemmy typically replies "Yes, Jet."
** Lemmy frequently says "Do me a favour, Mitch!" when disagreeing with his crewmate. In ''The World in Peril'', the catchphrase is changed to "Turn it up, Mitch!"

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* Canadian interviewer extraordinaire {{Creator/Nardwuar The Human Serviette}} has several:
** After the first song of every radio show ends: "AND you're listening to [=CiTR=]; FM 102, cable 102, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada! And it's time right now for ''The Nardwuar the Human Serviette Radio Show!'' And you just heard, right there..."
** Nardwuar's first question at the beginning of every interview is a pointed "Who are you?"
** "Winding up here, ____________..." when he's a couple minutes away from finishing all his questions.
** "Anything you wanna add to the people out there at all?", said after he's finished his questions.
** To end the interview: "Thanks so much, _______, [[Music/NeilYoung keep on rockin' in the free world]], and ''doot doola doot doo''..." (to the tune of ShaveAndAHaircut, to which the interviewee is meant to respond "doot doo!").
** "Ba-BOOM!" when an interviewee has made a good joke or zinger, or has quoted someone else's.


* [[Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist Ghost from True Capitalist Radio]] had to be given his own page.



** And many characters who exist ''purely'' to say their catchphrases, such as Little Jim ("He's fallen in the wa-ter!") and Willum ("You can't park there, mate.")

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** And many characters who exist ''purely'' to say their catchphrases, such as Little Jim ("He's fallen in the wa-ter!") and Willum ("You can't park there, mate.")")
* [[Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist Ghost from True Capitalist Radio]] had to be given his own page.


* Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist

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* Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist[[Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist Ghost from True Capitalist Radio]] had to be given his own page.

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* Catchphrase/TrueCapitalist


* The jingle to ''Radio/RadioDisney was ''Radio Disney, We're all ears!'' back in the 90's until 2003.

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* The jingle to ''Radio/RadioDisney was ''Radio Disney, We're all ears!'' back in the 90's until 2003.2003.
* Arthur in ''Radio/CabinPressure'' thinks everything is "brilliant".
* Tons in ''Radio/TheGoonShow'':
** Neddy Seagoon: "Whatwhatwhatwhat?", "And this is where the story ''really'' starts", "I did not wish to know that".
** Eccles: "Fine, fine, fine."
** Bluebottle: "I hear you call, my captain!", "I don't like this game" "You dirty rotten swine! You've deaded me!" "Waits for audience applause, not a sausage."
** Major Bloodnock: "Nurse! The screens!", "You've done me a power of good!"
** Grytpype-Thynne: "You silly, twisted boy!"
** Jim Moriarty: "Sapristi!", "Owwwwwww!"
** Minnie Bannister: "We'll all be murdered in our beds!"
** Henry Crun: "You can't get the wood, you know."
** And many characters who exist ''purely'' to say their catchphrases, such as Little Jim ("He's fallen in the wa-ter!") and Willum ("You can't park there, mate.")


* Hamish in ''Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue'' and ''Radio/HamishAndDougal'': "Ah, Dougal! You'll have had your tea!"

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* Hamish in ''Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue'' and ''Radio/HamishAndDougal'': "Ah, Dougal! You'll have had your tea!"tea!"
* The jingle to ''Radio/RadioDisney was ''Radio Disney, We're all ears!'' back in the 90's until 2003.


* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetins cretins" (pronounced [[PainfulRhyme 'creetins']]). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP". Scott signs off his segments with "This is Scott the Jew, saying la hiem". For a long time Tasty Mc Dole would try to squeeze a mention of his popular recipe Janets Brown into a discussion, to a point where he would sometimes just say its name with no actual reason.

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* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetins cretins" (pronounced [[PainfulRhyme 'creetins']]). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP". Scott signs off his segments with "This is Scott the Jew, saying la hiem". For a long time Tasty Mc Dole would try to squeeze a mention of his popular recipe Janets Brown into a discussion, to a point where he would sometimes just say its name with no actual reason.reason.
* Hamish in ''Radio/ImSorryIHaventAClue'' and ''Radio/HamishAndDougal'': "Ah, Dougal! You'll have had your tea!"


* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetins cretins" (pronounced 'creetins'). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP".

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* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetins cretins" (pronounced 'creetins').[[PainfulRhyme 'creetins']]). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP". Scott signs off his segments with "This is Scott the Jew, saying la hiem". For a long time Tasty Mc Dole would try to squeeze a mention of his popular recipe Janets Brown into a discussion, to a point where he would sometimes just say its name with no actual reason.


* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetings cretins" (pronounced 'creetins'). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP".

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* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetings "greetins cretins" (pronounced 'creetins'). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP".


* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetings cretins ' (pronounced 'creetins'). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP".

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* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetings cretins ' cretins" (pronounced 'creetins'). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP".


** Additionally, he plays the "top drop" during his intro of every show, as requested by twitter. These can be classics (going back to the Loveline days) or something said the day before.

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** Additionally, he plays the "top drop" during his intro of every show, as requested by twitter. These can be classics (going back to the Loveline days) or something said the day before.before.
* ''TheBrewingNetwork'': Jamil's "Hey howdy hey my brewing brothers and sisters", followed by John's "greetings cretins ' (pronounced 'creetins'). For a long time listeners would sign off letters with "suck it JP".

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