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Radio 

I started my career in the clubs as a Disc Jockey in 1973. I was 15 years old and illegally (under age) working every night in the discos around Bristol.  My radio career got away a few years later in 1978 at UBN, a radio station set up to entertain the workers in the biscuit factories up and down the country. It was there that I was taught how to string a sentence together and how to research, produce and edit.  Many well known DJ's used UBN at the start of their careers as a stepping stone to bigger stations. I also attended the National Broadcasting School in Greek Street, London before landing my first breakfast/morning show at Radio West.

Many years and radio stations later I can still be heard on music podcasts and on many radio stations with my syndicated shows.  

RADIO STATIONS

Below are a few of the other radio stations I have had the good fortune to play on. My first stint on radio was at UBN in 1978, a station for workers in the UK’s biscuit factories.

Then as a guest Disc Jockey on 208 Radio Luxembourg. I went on to meet ‘Whisperin’ Bob Harris, who was then hosting a show at Radio 210 in Reading.   Bob got me a gig filling in on the weekends. Soon after that I was asked to launch Radio West and then Galaxy 101.  

Whilst stateside I played tunes in Los Angeles at KOST and in San Francisco on KLLC.

 

SOME OF THE OTHER RADIO STATIONS

  • UBN, LONDON

  • LIBERTY RADIO, LONDON

  • RADIO VICTORY, PORTSMOUTH

  • 210 READING

  • RADIO LUXEMBOURG

  • RADIO WEST, BRISTOL

  • BUZZ FM, BIRMINGHAM

  • CNFM, CAMBRIDGE

  • REAL RADIO, CARDIFF

  • WAVE 105, SOUTHAMPTON

  • GALAXY 101, BRISTOL

  • SPECTRUM - SPAIN

  • BREEZE FM - SPAIN

  • ONDA CERO - SPAIN

  • WAVE - SPAIN

  • EKR, EUROPEAN KLASSIC ROCK

  • SUNSHINE RADIO ONLINE 

  • KOST, LOS ANGELES

  • ALICE@97.3, SAN FRANCISCO

  • MEMORY LANE UK RADIO

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