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  1. MrJinks

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    My son (Tony Steel) broadcast his first radio show last night for local radio station DJRadio in Bournemouth. His show is on 22.00-02.00 every Friday night.

    He has been broadcasting on local hospital radio for a year and has been offered this show on new radio station. Only online at the moment but plans to go on FM soon.

    It is good listening at the moment as hardly any advertising ....yet ! :thumb:

    If you get a chance listen in to him on Friday evenings and send a message or request....link below


    http://www.djradio.co.uk/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

    Happy Listening :yeah:
     
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    Well your be keeping late hours now Garry.


    Very :coolthumb: though:thumb:
     
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    Well done to the lad.

    My own son has done a few local radio interviews in his capacity as a local rugby coach. I have to say i was impressed on how professional he comes across - as opposed to some more seasoned interviewees who cannot string a sentence together.

    Hope your own son isnt of the 'Smashy and Nicey' variety! :BigGrin:
     
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    A Tony Blackburn clone:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Mind you I liked Tony Blackburn....... in the 60s :Eeek:
     
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    Ah...the olden days. My dads told me about them. :Laughing:
     

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