What’s the best gig you’ve ever been to?
It has to be the U2 concert from August 1993 in Glasgow. The sun shone all day, U2’s Zooropa tour was simply magnificent and with the support acts of Stereo MC’s and Utah Saints it made it the best £22 I ever spent on a concert ticket.

What’s your most memorable moment working at Wave 102?
My amazing local guests on the Party Show have been ‘pure’ awesome. They range from DJ’s to Doormen and Dancers to Bartenders all from your local nightclubs. Later on this culminates in the invite to the annual fun Xmas dance off held here in the Wave 102 studios.

Tell us something most people won’t know about you?
I was selected to be the captain of Dundee’s ‘it’s a knockout’ team on the TV back in 2000. Together on the show with presenters Keith Chegwin, Nell McAndrew and Frank Bruno. We were up against Edinburgh and Glasgow. Not many people will know this but Dundee were the best and won every game in rehearsal. Come the recording of the TV show though we weren’t so lucky, it became apparent that Glasgow and Edinburgh had sneakily copied our team’s methods from rehearsal and we ended up coming… ermm third.

Do you have any hidden talents?
I play the saxophone. Toot toot!

What is your most embarrassing on air moment on Wave 102?
I’m sure I’m not the only one to leave the ‘on air’ mic open whilst taking a competition phone call from a listener and go on to inadvertently reveal the right answer live on air!

If you weren’t a radio presenter, what would your job be?
I’d probably be a people coach.

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I’d definitely go back in time to the birth of disco music and live it all again! Never let your weekend go without a dance.

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