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Ever heard someone described as "having a good arse for radio"?
Well, "face", yes. But the arse is usually just talked out of, rather than seen, on the dear old wireless.
But that's all changed, thanks to blethering fatso Chris Moyles. Well, sort of.
Moyles' asteroid-sized 'arris doesn't get a look-in in the 2004 Rear Of The Year awards (oh, them again), of course.
However, his radiophonic oppo, Aled Haydn-Jones' does.
Who he? Not that ex-Snowman theme-warbling choir kid, who's now a contented-looking fatty on Songs Of Praise? Luckily, no.
Ananova brings us up to speed and explains this year's bun-gong boy is another Welshman called Aled, who "is known to millions for his role as Chris Moyles's sidekick on the Radio One breakfast show".
"The 27-year-old won an army of female admirers when he appeared in the recent Bachelor of the Year awards."
Sanity in this increasingly desperate annual non-event is partially restored in the shapely shape of that ex-wifelet of the drinking beard, Alex Best, who is, oh spare us, female rear of the year.
The grim blondie's uplifted thong-slung bunnage attracted lascivious watery-lipped leers from upper class twit Lord Brocket during ITV1's execrable I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here.
And that of the trouser-rubbing judging panel of the pointless 28-year-old competition, it's clear to see.
Or "sut bynnag rydych chi'n adnabod Aled Haydn Jones, mae gwrandawyr C2 nawr yn ei adnabod fel rhywun sydd a llythrennau newydd y tu ôl i'w enw," as they say in Aberystwyth.
Jono Coleman in 2005? Don't even think about it, tubby.
dave benson phillips