Seb Coe, the Olympic medal winning athlete has launched a brand new business venture, Seb Coe's 1980's Disco.
In a venture aimed at increasing funding for the Olympics in 2012, and Tony Blair's attempts at being Britain's Tiddly Wink's champion, the 1980's Disco plans to take on the place left by the Radio 1 Roadshow.
In a way of combining both, DJ's including Keith Chegwin, Pat 'High 5' Sharp, and Janice Long will be the ones spinning the discs, which will include the hits of Yazz and the Plastic Population, the Bangles, Wham, the Worzels, and Pete 'I'm a Lady' Burns.
Speaking to us earlier, Britain's former Prime Minister Tony Blair said: 'This is great news. Really great news, and promises to do wonders for my Tiddlywinking attempts. You Spin me right round, like a record Baby, right round, right round'. Seb Coe is now said to be looking into a range of Flourescent socks, like the type that were popular in the 1980's