Worthing man comes second on BBC Radio 2’s PopMaster

A Sussex man was questioned in a popular radio show this morning.

Worthing’s Richard Goodyer reached the final of BBC Radio 2’s Champions League PopMaster on Ken Bruce’s show, where contestants put their musical knowledge to the test.

Richard, who reads water meters for a living, finished second with a total score of 103 points.

He was beaten by David Ogilvie of Houston, Renfrewshire, who scored 126 points – the best Champions League win ever.

In his previous two rounds, Richard scored 36 and then 24 points, and in his last round today he scored 43 points.

For this final round, he chose the Top Twenties category. Richard’s final score of 103 points would have won in three of the previous six Champions League competitions but sadly it wasn’t to be this year.

After the competition, Richard said: “Thank you Ken and thank you to your whole team at BBC Radio 2 for giving me the chance to make it happen. And a Merry Christmas to you and everyone listening on BBC Radio 2. And well done David.”

The hunt for the 2023 PopMaster champion begins next week with DJ Spoony covering for Ken Bruce from 9:30am to 12pm.

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