Archive for May, 2009

Tim Lovejoy twitterview

May 31, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Broadcaster

Tim Lovejoy is probably most famous for hosting Saturday morning football programme Soccer AM alongside Helen Chamberlain for over a decade. He’s also been a radio DJ and presented a number of other TV programmes. Tim launched internet TV channel Channelbee in 2008.

logoiconSoccer AM was very successful – what do you think made it so popular? Style? Timing? Content?

TimLovejoyIt was successful as we had loads of football clips on it – people love football :-) . It was fun, laid back and didn’t try too hard. excited


Gary Go twitterview

May 27, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Singer, Songwriter

Gary Go hit the headlines when he was confirmed as the official opening act for Take That’s record breaking UK tour in June. This will see him perform in front of over a million people, a dream opportunity for a new artist and one that will see Gary play his local venue – Wembley Stadium – on four nights. His self-titled debut album was released on May 25th.

logoiconYour debut album is out – how nervous/excited are you?

GaryGoI am nervous and excited. Out of 10, I am 5 nervous and 10 excited


Andrew Collins twitterview

May 18, 2009 Author: Peekay | Filed under: Broadcaster, Journalist

Andrew Collins is a scriptwriter, journalist and broadcaster, as well as the author of a trilogy of humorous memoirs “Where Did It All Go Right?”, “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now” and “That’s Me In The Corner”. These days he has teamed up with comedian Richard Herring for a popular podcast which is branching out again into a live gig.

logoiconAndrew Collins – broadcaster, author, podcaster, etc. – which do you find most satisfying?

andrewcollinsI find whatever I’m doing at any given time the most satisfying. Sometimes I wish I had specialised over 20 years, but I love the unknown



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