London Lite Friday, 7 August 2009 17 2008 Alliance Atlantis Releasing Limited / Velvet Bite Ltd. / AV Pictures Limited. All Rights Reserved. Deadlyfirerisk isexposedat olderhigh-rises by bO WILSON Fast talkAn instant interviewwith... Jo Whiley THE 44-year-old Radio 1 DJ is one of the most influential voices in music radio. Eighties or Nineties? I love the whole electro-music scene of the Eighties and Im loving how its re-emerging with La Roux and Calvin Harris. However, I didnt like the fashion so much. Radio or TV? Radios my natural home, it feels more instinctive -- and I think Ive got a great face for radio. Vinyl or CD? I got a turntable out recently and rediscovered my vinyl. I played an Arctic Monkeys track and it made me realise how warm and different the sound is. Facebook or Twitter? Ive just discovered Twitter so Im dabbling in that. I love the way that its a window into the world of others that you never normally have access to. Im following Alexa Chung, Lily Allen and Dr Karl Kennedy from Neighbours. Tube or cab? I lived in Leytonstone for ages and used to sit on the Tube and have horrible panic attacks. I get a bit claustrophobic, so definitely cabs. Night in or night out? I like staying in and having friends around, but I dont cook. Im like the family joke. Whats cooking? Wimbledon or The Ashes? I always feel bereft when Wimbledons over, like theres nothing to look forward to. I was desperate for Andy Roddick (left) to win; hes immensely likeable and was the classic underdog. Jo Whileys autobiography, My World In Motion, is published by Virgin Books, 18.99. Nick DiNes Jokebox......... fULHAMs kONcHeskY PAYs TRiBUTe TO NHs MiDWiVes A GOVERNMENT investigation into the fatal Camberwell blaze has warned that other high-rise blocks could pose a greater risk. The fire on 3 July ravaged parts of the 12-storey Sixties tower block Lakanal House, killing six people including a newborn baby and her mother. The fire started because of a fault in a television. The Governments chief fire safety adviser, Sir Ken Knight, said in his report that investigators still do not know why the fire spread so quickly. The report warned other blocks are more poorly equipped than Lakanal House and many built before 2006 do not have sprinkler systems so would fail current safety checks. A FOOTBALL star and his wife today praised the Essex NHS maternity hospital staff who saved their daughters life. Fulhams Paul Konchesky, 28, who has played for England, and his wife Lyndsey had planned for their first child to be born at a private clinic in central London. But when Lyndsey, 26, went into labour a month early on 9 July, she was taken from their Ongar home to the Queens Hospital in Romford. Midwives discov- ered the baby was in the potentially dangerous breech position. The baby, who was born weighing only 4lb 14oz and has been named Tilly-Mai, spent four days in intensive care. She was allowed home on 14 July and is now blossoming. Konchesky, who has a seven-year-old son, Connor, from a previous relation- ship, said of the hospital: They were superb from the moment we arrived to the moment we left. I cant thank the midwives enough -- they were all stars. His wife, a hairdresser, added: If we ever have another baby I wouldnt go anywhere else. I would never go private, Id go straight back there. A Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust spokes- man said: Paul and Lyndsey are a lovely couple who were treated like any other. soccer star in dash to save baby daughter Home: Paul and Lyndsey Konchesky with Tilly-Mai index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html