Radio Disc Jockey

Radio Disc Jockey is what we used to be called. Now they are called Radio Presenters!
The difference?  Disc Jockeys seem to be more rebellious than Radio Presenters.

Numb ears for a Disc Jockey

“Nino was and is a Radio God!  An inspired, inventive and creative presenter who really communicates with his audience. Nino is a real star of the airwaves whose style cuts through on a radio dial full of blandness.”
Paul Chantler, Group Programme Director, Chiltern Radio Network.

Join me for 2 hours of Brit hitz from the 1970’s
Over 2 hours commercial free hits from the 1960’s
Catch up with me on Breeze 97.7 fm

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RADIO INFO

Listed below are some of the stations I have had the good fortune to work for.
My first stint on the wireless was as a guest Disc Jockey on 208 Radio Luxembourg.
I went on to meet ‘Whisperin’ Bob Harris, who was then a Disc Jockey at Radio 210 in Reading.   Bob got me a gig filling in on the weekends. Soon after that I was asked to launch Radio West and then Galaxy 101. 

Whilst stateside I hosted shows in Los Angeles on KOST and in San Francisco on KLLC. Alice@97.3.  

Since October 2018 -2019, Radio Exe hosting the weekend ‘Early Riser’ shows.
CURRENTLY ON MIX CLOUD/NINORADIO AND BREEZE 97.7

Stations
Breeze 97.7 Spain
Radio Exe.
Exeter FM.
KLLC, San Francisco.
Wave 105, Southampton.
Real Radio, Cardiff.
Kestrel FM, Basingstoke.
Liberty, London.
Spectrum Fm. Spain
Wave FM Spain
Galaxy 101, Bristol.
EKR European Classic Rock, Europe.
Buzz FM, Birmingham.
CNFM, Cambridge.
Invicta FM, Kent.
Radio West, Bristol.
208 Radio Luxembourg.
210, Reading.
KOST Los Angeles.
Radio Victory, Portsmouth.
UBN, Isleworth.

I know what you are thinking. This fool can’t keep a job!

Disc jockey's are smiles better than Radio Presenters
This is Nino being a Disc Jockey.. the microphone and headphones are what gives it away.