January - February

You'll hear Paul on BBC Radio London, BBC Radio Berkshire, and London's Radio Jackie.

The guests being interviewed in his Sunday Post weekly newspaper column will feature former Westlife star Brian McFadden, now starring in ITV's Dancing On Ice. Also included will be the legendary DJ Tony Blackburn,  ex Celebrity Big Brother star Casey Batchelor, and the founder of the band Foreigner, Mick Jones.

Paul will also host conferences including one for global recruitment company SThree.

September - October

Paul will, as usual, present his shows for BBC Radio Berkshire and BBC Radio London. He will also be working on the corporate front with many firms including Triumph Motorbikes, BT and Delta Airlines. He has been invited to Cap Ferrat on the Riviera to compere a private party - a trip he's looking forward to immensely.

Guests he will be interviewing in his weekly Sunday Post column will include Tom Bailey (Thomson Twins), Brian Blessed, Matt Cardle, Caro Emerald, Paul Carrack, and ex Eastenders star Rita Simons.

April - June

Paul will be presenting shows on BBC London, BBC Berkshire, and London's Radio Jackie.

He is also working on a conference for BT, EE and Plusnet.

Paul's weekly Sunday Post newspaper column will see him interview the legendary singer/songwriter James Taylor, actor Lennie James, Lisda Stansfield, and the great James Bond theme singer and Grammy winner Rita Coolidge.

November - January

Paul will be appearing on Channel Five's New Year's Eve show When TV Presenters Go Wrong. He'll also be hosting radio shows for BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Berkshire, as well as Radio Jackie.

In his Sunday Post interview column he'll be interviewing Noddy Holder, comedians Jo Brand and Cannon and Ball, and singer Alexander O'Neal.

Paul will also be working in Switzerland.

November - December

Paul will be on radio most days, but is also looking forward to switching on the Christmas lights in Richmond Upon Thames and in Chessington with the Radio Jackie roadshow.

He will be directing and presenting a few corporate videos, and will be chatting with celebrities including Engelbert Humperdink and Shakin' Stevens about what makes a great Christmas song, as well as to singers Alfie Boe, Russell Watson and Aled Jones  for his weekly column in the Scottish Sunday Post.

July - September

Paul will be presenting the Breakfast show on Radio Jackie from June 25th to July 6th as well as presenting each week for BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Berkshire.

His weekly celebrity interview column for the Sunday Post will see him chat with Annabel Croft, Dick and Dom, ex Sex Pistol Glen Matlock, the actress Jenny Seagrove and the great musician Paul Carrack.

Paul will also be working with Delta Airlines.

February - April

Paul's guests that he'll be interviewing for his newspaper column and radio shows will vary from the legendary Dionne Warwick and best selling author Gerald Seymour, to investigative TV reporter Donal MacIntyre and comedian Ed Byrne.

He will be presenting his usual shows for BBC Radio London and BBC Radio Berkshire, plus London's Radio Jackie.

Paul's working with a household name company on a new TV and Press communication project, which also involves members of Parliament, and he will be going over to Switzerland a few times for work with his favourite chocolate company on another communication exercise.

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.