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Paul Baker

 

The Weekly Edition – Thursdays from 2pm

Join Paul Baker for the Weekly Edition on Redroad FM! The show that consists of music from the current Top 40 along with a mix of other hits from the 80’s, 90’s & 00’s!

The Mystery Top 40 – Sundays from 2pm

In every show Paul counts down a Top 40 singles chart from a mystery year and it is down to you to guess what the mystery year is. Unlike other similar shows, you will hear the positions of the entire Top 40 and some of the big movers and new entries between numbers 40 and 11. Then you will hear the entire Top 10 in full and then the mystery year is revealed just before the number 1 song.

About Paul

I have been in the entertainment industry since 1994 when I started my first mobile disco, catering for private functions such as weddings and birthday parties. One year later in 1995 it became my full time job. In 1996, in addition to DJ’ing, I began hosting karaoke shows and quiz nights in popular venues across the south coast of England. I have held many residencies in all three of these fields and am still hosting four quiz nights every week and DJ’ing at some of the UK’s most well loved clubs and bars every Friday and Saturday night.

I first got the radio bug when I was at school and I used to put two ancient hi-fi systems together and record my own shows on a flat deck tape player (thankfully these tapes no longer exist). Many years later at college in 1991, I worked on a charity station called Radio Cracker and knew this is what I wanted to do however with other things taking off I never really found the opportunity to pursue this until 2010 when a visit to the studios of Skyline Radio in Southampton reignited my enthusiasm for radio. I was a presenter on Skyline Radio between 2011 and 2013. I am currently presenting live shows on Monday mornings (Voice Breakfast) on 103.9 Voice FM in Southampton. In 2012 I also began offering my services as a voice over artist for commercials, dry cuts, station ID’s and much more within and beyond the radio industry.

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