I sometimes play a game with myself of a Sunday teatime, as I'm making the tea; I see if I can stand listening to the Radio 1 chart show for an hour.
If you try this, be prepared for people glaring at you and demanding to know why you're listening to "this shit" or some such. I usually do it to see what the fashions for production/sound engineering are, and if there's any discernible trends in music. Occasionally, even though I don't like a certain song, I can understand why it's become relatively successful. At other times though, it's success is entirely baffling, and I assume it's had a good video or other assistance (e.g. been used in an ad for yoghurt!), of which I'm unaware.
The music, though not usually to my taste, I can withstand for an hour. The real challenge is the presenters. Can you withstand their inane egotistical babbling for an hour? Can you tolerate their fawning puff-piece "interviews" with "stars" who already know their record is number one?
It's a hard road, but if you make it, then I doff my glossy-plumed cap to you. Probably best to be making something fairly involved for tea, like a massive curry from scratch, in order to not focus completely on it, and thus lose your mind.