Can the star of Southpaw work out whether these odd phrases are genuine rock bands... or the names of an actual boxer?
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About Jon Holmes
The eight-time Sony Award, double-BAFTA and three-time British Comedy Award winning presenter wakes you up every morning.
Most recently heard on BBC 6 Music on Saturdays and standing in for Graham Norton on Radio 2 during the summer, Jon has had, and continues to enjoy, an illustrious career in the media. His TV work ranges from co-writing the multi award-winning Horrible Histories, co-creating the award-winning comedy Dead Ringers and stints on Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You and Top Gear.
Also an award-winning travel writer who has dived on the decks of sunken WWII battleships in the Red Sea, been hospitalised by sea urchins in Puerto Rico and contracted a tropical disease in the jungles of Brazil, Jon is the author of books including Rock Star Babylon, The Now Show Book and The History of the World Through Twitter.
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