BluntFM will fundamentally be a combination of sketch and situation comedy inspired by the likes of Alan Partridge, The Goon Show and Harry Enfield & Chums. The bulk of the show would be made up of (partly) improvised mockumentary sequences set within the fictional student radio station of BluntFM; broken up by sketch-like interviews, news pieces, or music. While the sketches will provide short, regularly absurdist, laughs that require no foreknowledge on the part of the casual listener; avid and returning audience members will be treated with the development of running plots featuring presenter Fred Blunt and his crew. These would include an intense rivalry with another student station and the toxic atmosphere formed when presenters are obliged to report on the runaway successes of a former co-star. To break up the comedic majority of the show, listeners would be treated to a selection of pre-millennium indie tunes from bands such as Pulp, The Stone Roses and New Order. Current Affairs and Student News would be touched upon but commonly with a misguided slant from one of the myriad of characters involved in the sketch sections. These sections would be pre-written in order to focus on full development of the comical characters through voice-acting and sound-effect usage. Ultimately, BluntFM will hope to engage a student audience in absurdist comedy situations while allowing for a casual laugh and the enjoyment of some good music in the meantime.