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Bob has spent his whole adult life working in broadcasting. The bug bit when he was just 13 years old. At 14 he was presenting his own show on hospital radio and even before he left school he was presenting on one of London’s top land-based pirate stations, continuing whilst at art school. As either […]

Les has been a professional DJ since 1979 and was one of the first DJ’s in the UK  to adopt the American “beat matching” (BPM) form of mixing. He was taught to mix by American DJ Greg James who was an understudy of Ritchie Kaczor, the resident spinner at New York’s legendary nightclub “Studio 54”. Les’ mixing skills on […]

Tilly Rutherford has been a music lover all his life from growing up in war torn Coventry. His music career started when he was around 14 as a duo called The Decktills who performed at local working men’s clubs . He then started singing with various groups but realised that it wasn’t for him and […]

Tony Blewitt started his radio career in England where he worked for several commercial stations, including a “great spell” in Luxembourg from where he broadcast to the U.K. on Radio Luxembourg 208. He was head-hunted (along with the rest of his body) in 1988 by Capital Radio, Transkei, and having transferred to South Africa, he […]

Kenny was always interested in music from a very early age. His Dad played with The Dave Glover band, one of the top Irish showbands in the 1960’s, so music was always around his home. On his 7th birthday, Kenny was given the present of his first pocket transistor radio, at that time, the offshore […]

Starting as a hospital radio disc jockey in 1976 – crikey, that’s 42 years years ago – I then got the chance to work as a junior studio technician for London’s Capital Radio. Because of the legends I worked with – Graham Dene, Dave Cash, Roger Scott, David Jensen, and Kenny Everett – I decided […]

Peter is a Birmingham boy who ran into his destiny when attending a DMC DJ Convention in London in 1985. He joined DMC IN 1988 and remains a key manager today. Originally setting up DMC’s merchandise distribution network Peter became enveloped with all the music mixing going on in the DMC studios where, amongst other […]

Ian Shirley is the current editor of Record Collector magazines Rare Record Price Guide and so knows how great classic songs by chart topping artists like the Beatles to lost psych bands like The Factory sound but also how much they are worth. Ian has spent countless hours as a guest on radio shows across […]

Cutmaster Swift (CMS) is one of UK’s original architect’s of Turntablism, and was encouraged by his father to explore music to the full by providing him with a record player and selection of reggae singles at the age of 6, but it was the introduction of Hip Hop originally from the US and ‘Scratch Mixing’ […]

This is “Big Daddy” Russ Horton a part of the Canadian Service of United DJ’s – UDJ! I’ve been in the radio business since 1975 when I scored my first gig at Canada’s Country Giant CFGM in Toronto at the age of 15 setting up remotes vacuuming the lobby and grabbing coffees for the brass. I’ve […]

Ken Michaels’ radio career began at the New York Institute of Technology.  From 1981-1983, he hosted programs at campus station WNYT.  In March 1982, “The All-Request Beatles Show” was launched as a one-hour show beginning at midnight on Sundays.  Ken mixed the classic group recordings of the Beatles with their respective solo music, and invented […]

Stuart Busby was born and raised in Gloucester until the age of 11 before spending thirty years living in Cornwall. As young 2 years old he would sit transfixed by Top of the Pops every Thursday night and seemed to spend every waking moment singing. Music flows through his veins and one of his earliest […]

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