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Once upon a time I started a course at The university of Surrey. I wasn’t very interested in this course and found myself straying over to the uni radio station, GCR (Guildford Campus Radio), a lot (an awful lot!). The station soon relaunched as 1350AM GU2 and I presented The J-Team Classic with a fellow by the name of Mr. Tea (seriously!).

In 2002, GU2 won ‘Best Station’ at the Student Radio Awards, meaning I got to go to BBC Radio 1 and present a radio show, alongside a man named ‘P’. An experience that topped them all.

Following this multi-year debacle, I pitched up on SBN (Student Broadcast Network) in 2003, where I presented Breakfast, The Late Show and helped re-launch The Student Radio Chart Show (including what I reckon was the UK’s first net download chart), until the national student provider closed down in August 2004.

I spent some time as a Broadcast Assistant for Danny Baker’s Breakfast show on BBC London late in 2004.

SBN went into administration just in time for me to again concentrate on completing some studies, this time at Farnborough College of Technology. In 2005, I nabbed a BSc in Media Technology (not forgetting the ‘Production and Business’) which came complete with honours.

Early in 2006, I found myself taken in by the kind folk at Maidstone’s CTR, where I presented the Rhythm of the Night. KMFM later took over CTR, and so it was now for them that I worked.

Mid-2006, I joined the London Academy of Radio, Film and Television, as a radio tutor. In 2007 I began working for RNIB as a reporter for their monthly audio magazine: ‘Vision’.

After moving to New Zealand, I went on to host Saturday Brunch on Kiwi FM in New Zealand, alongside the wonderful Kate Orgias. At the same time, I was Chief Online Editor at RadioLIVE.

After 5.5 years, I bid RadioLIVE farewell and hit the road for Dunc’s Big Bike Ride AKA The Big Loop.

Come the end of 2016, I freelanced a short stint as Digital Producer for Three and RadioLIVE’s simulcast TV/radio breakfast show ‘Paul Henry’. The show ran until December that year, when Henry retired from broadcasting.

In 2017, I began helping out as producer on Three’s replacement show, The AM Show. There, I continued the early mornings until 2021, moving into Chaser Producer and Line-Up Producer roles along the way.