ON AIR //
My Dad missed my birth because he was busy being the hospital DJ... at the hospital I was born in. I didn't repeat his mistake when my son was born, because I didn't have a radio show at the time. I love the sound of my own voice and started out as a broadcaster with the best-forgotten late-night student show Ethel Butteridge Says Monks Aren't Transparent. Years later I returned to radio and had brilliant times as the host of Wandsworth Sunday Roast (via The Anti Duhring Battalion Radio Show) and after some breakfast and drivetime presenting I now host my own show twice a week on Future Radio.
As well as broadcasting some of my own material on my own show, I've also been fortunate enough to interview many talented performers and guests on the show – some of which you can hear on the link above.
Lockdown has meant recording and editing at home and finding new ways to collaborate, but I did get to claim ownership of the spare bedroom as a studio, and have carried on broadcasting throughout. Just don't ask me to read the traffic and travel news ever again.