Jamie Theakston (b. 21 December 1970, Ditchling in East Sussex) is a popular British television and radio presenter and producer. He was educated at Hurstpierpoint College, Lancing College and North London University. Before embarking on a broadcasting career, he worked for Christies Auctioneers. He is a supporter of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jamie Theakston"
Janice Long (born April 5 1955) is a Liverpudlian radio broadcaster in the UK, the sister of former TV personality Keith Chegwin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Janice Long"
Jayne Middlemiss (born 5 January, 1971 in Northumberland, England) is a former Page 3 girl who became a British radio and television presenter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jayne Middlemiss"
Sir Jimmy Savile OBE (born James Wilson Vincent Savile in Leeds ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Savile"
Sir Jimmy Young (born probably September 21, 1921) is a well-known British disc jockey and radio interviewer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jimmy Young (disc jockey)"
JK and Joel ( Jason King - born Jason Griffiths in January 1975; and Joel Ross - born Joel Hogg in May 1977) are a British duo who have co-presented radio shows since 1999 and are the current hosts of the official UK chart on BBC Radio 1. ...more on Wikipedia about "JK and Joel"
Jo Whiley is a British radio disc jockey on BBC Radio 1 born in Northampton, England on the 4 July 1965. She went to university in Brighton. Blonde and often wearing Dr. Martens, she broadcasts from 10am until 12.45pm every weekday. She enjoys live music and has bands and solo artists playing live in the studio frequently. From September 1993 until February 1997 (the heydays of Britpop - Blur and Pulp), she hosted a weekday evening show called The Evening Session with Steve Lamacq from 7 until 9pm Monday to Thursday. The show was oriented towards less-mainstream, non-dance music. Lamacq still has an evening show each Monday on Radio 1, with a similar content, and has a weekday afternoon show on 6 Music, a digital radio channel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jo Whiley"
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John Robert Parker Ravenscroft, OBE ( 30 August, 1939 – 25 October 2004), known professionally as John Peel, was a British disc jockey, radio presenter, and journalist. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Peel"
Johnnie Walker MBE (born 30 March 1945 in Birmingham, UK) is a radio disc jockey. He was educated at Solihull School ...more on Wikipedia about "Johnnie Walker (DJ)"
Johnny Beerling (born 1937) had a long association with BBC Radio 1, culminating in his eight years as controller, from 1985 to 1993. He produced the first ever show on the station - Tony Blackburn's breakfast show on 30 September 1967 - and worked his way up through the ranks, along the way helping to launch the Radio 1 Roadshow in 1973. Prior to this he had been one of the few employees of the BBC Light Programme in the mid- 1960s to regard the model of offshore pirate radio as one for the BBC to follow. ...more on Wikipedia about "Johnny Beerling"
Judge Jules is a British dance music DJ. Born on October 26 1965 as Julius O'Riordan, he was educated at University College School and the London School of Economics. He studied law at the LSE, giving rise to his stage name "Judge Jules", though he obtained a lower second class honours in his degree. Jules began his music career as a DJ on the then pirate radio station Kiss FM before he joined BBC Radio 1 in 1997, where he now has a regular Saturday night slot. ...more on Wikipedia about "Judge Jules"
Kenny Everett (born as Maurice Cole in Crosby, Liverpool on December 25 1943; died April 4 1995) was a popular British radio DJ and television entertainer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kenny Everett"
Born in 1964, Kevin Greening is a British radio presenter, who has worked on several BBC Radio stations, and currently presents for 102.2 Smooth FM. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kevin Greening"
Lisa I'Anson (born 31 May 1965) is a British DJ and presenter. She presented her own radio show on BBC Radio 1 from 1994 until 1998, when she was sacked for clubbing in Ibiza, and subsequently not turning up for her radio show which was being broadcast from the island. She has also done television presenting on programmes such as Top of the Pops and Club Reps. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lisa I'Anson" Inform your friends about www.shortopedia.com
Liz Kershaw (born 3 January, 1960) is one of the UK's most high-profile female music broadcasters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liz Kershaw"
Lynn Parsons has an OND in electronic principles and started her career working in the television industry as a sound engineer and then a vision mixer. Her broadcasting career began in the early 1980s, working for commercial station County Sound (later known as The Eagle & Mercury FM). ...more on Wikipedia about "Lynn Parsons"
Mark and Lard, the stage name of Mark Radcliffe (Mark) and Marc Riley (Lard), are former BBC Radio 1 disk jockeys. Mark & Lard joined Radio 1 in October 1993 and left in March 2004 allegedly after an argument with Radio 1 management about constraints on their playlist. The pair moved to Radio 1 from BBC Radio Five's evening "Hit The North" programme, where Radcliffe was presenter and Riley climbed from researcher to producer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark and Lard"
Mark Chapman, (also known as Chappers), is the sports newsreader and Scott's sidekick on The Scott Mills Show in the afternoon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Chapman (DJ)"
Mark Goodier (born 28th June 1961 in Rhodesia) is one of the most familiar voices on British radio. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Goodier"
Mark Jones (b. January 7, 1967), better known as Mark Lamarr, is a British comedian and television presenter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Lamarr"
Mark Radcliffe is a British broadcaster who has worked in various roles for the BBC since the 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Radcliffe"
Mary Anne Hobbs (born May 15) is a British DJ and music journalist from Garstang, Lancashire. A fan of rock, heavy metal and motorbikes from an early age, she fronted the Rock Show and the experimental / electronic Breezeblock on BBC Radio 1 for a number of years, but now works only on the latter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mary Anne Hobbs"
Mike Read (born March 1, 1951) is an award-winning broadcaster from the UK, renowned for his work on both radio and TV. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Read"
Mike Smith is a British television and radio presenter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Smith (television presenter)"
Nemone Metaxas (born November 3, 1973) is a DJ, presenter, producer and athlete. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nemone"
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