September - October

Paul will be doing mid mornings (10am - 1pm) on BBC Berkshire till mid September, as well as his regular Sunday Breakfast show. He will also be presenting shows on BBC Radio London.

Paul's weekly interview column in the Scottish Sunday Post will feature him talking to, amongst others, Elaine Paige, Neil Sedaka, John Thomson of the TV show Cold Feet, and Sopranos star (and Bruce Springsteen guitarist) Steve Van Zandt.

Paul will also be coaching executives on Media and Presentation techniques at a large production house, and a global call centre company. He will be compering a high level conference called What Is More in London, as well as the annual conference of the charity Ataxia. 

January - February

Paul presents the Sunday breakfast show each week on BBC Berkshire, plus many shows on BBC Radio London. His celebrity guest interviewees in his Scottish Sunday post column will include former supermodel Elle Macpherson, Sir Ray Davies of the Kinks, and Lord Charles Allsopp.

Paul will be coaching executives from Nationwide Building Society, Delta Airlines, Astellas, and Shop Direct.

November - December

Paul has a busy time with corporate work taking him to Switzerland twice and Liverpool three times. He will compere a conference in London for a member of the House Of Lords.

Paul presents his Sunday morning Breakfast show on BBC Radio Berkshire every weekend from 6am - 9am, he will be also presenting on BBC Radio London, and his Sunday Post celebrity column will see him interview former Bond girl Jane Seymour, comedian Jim Davidson, former Olympian Darren Campbell and BBC's garden expert Monty Don. 

July - August 2016

Paul will be working for BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Berkshire and London's Radio Jackie. His weekly interview column in the Scottish Sunday post will see him talk to singer Rick Astley, actor Martin Shaw, comic actor Matthew Horne, singer Sophie Ellis Bextor, and Olympian Eddie The Eagle.

On the corporate front Paul will be helping Shop Direct, owners of Very and Littlewoods, with their Communications.

March - April

Paul will be travelling lots, working with executives fromn various companies on Media Training and conference presentation.

He will be presenting shows on BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Berkshire, and London's Radio Jackie. Paul will also record a new TV show called When Game Shows Go Horribly Wrong for Channel 5.

His weekly newspaper column in the Scottish Sunday Post will see Paul chat with Jo Brand, Amrita Acharia from ITV's Good Karma Hospital, the legendary 60s pop star Wayne Fontana, Anastacia, and Russell Watson.

 

November - December

Paul has a busy time with corporate work taking him to Switzerland twice and Liverpool three times. He will compere a conference in London for a member of the House Of Lords.

Paul presents his Sunday morning Breakfast show on BBC Radio Berkshire every weekend from 6am - 9am, he will be also presenting on BBC Radio London, and his Sunday Post celebrity column will see him interview former Bond girl Jane Seymour, comedian Jim Davidson, former Olympian Darren Campbell and BBC's garden expert Monty Don. 

September - October

Paul will carry on presenting for BBC Radio London as well as his regular Sunday morning Breakfast show on BBC Berkshire.

His celebrity interview column in the Scottish Sunday Post will see Paul interview actress Juliet Aubrey, singer Paul Young, former hostage Terry Waite, actors Peter Davison and Derek Fowlds, Bros frontman Matt Goss, and comedian Jim Davidson.

Paul will be coaching executives in London and Switzerland.

May June 2016

Paul will be presenting Drive (4-7pm) on BBC Berkshire May 30th to June 3rd. He wil be working with mobile 'phone company EE coaching their directors, will be helping Shop Direct (Very.co.uk) with communications, and he will be in Davos, Switzerland, for a week hosting part of the world chocolate conference Choccovision.

His weekly celebrity interview column continues in the Scottish Sunday post and will include chats with jimmy Tarbuck, actor Daniel Mays, Sir Cameron Mackintosh, and Ray Mears.