Jim Stevens:
Happy Hour.


Well, Jim loves Doris Day, but he said we cannot mention that... so ignore what we just said.

Jim caught the radio ‘bug’ when he listened to the pirate radio stations in the sixties and he used to practice ‘mixing’ music in his bedroom. He started broadcasting on a hospital radio station in Surrey and one of my shows won the NAHBO national competition for best hospital radio programme along with my co-presenter Steve Jarrett.

In 1976, he became a Butlin's redcoat presenting music and chat from their Radio Butlin studio at Clacton in Essex.
Skipping forward to the 1990's, he did the weekday morning show on Eclipse FM.

His most embarrassing moment in radio was when he interviewed the comedian Richard Digance and got a nose-bleed halfway through!

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