Paul presents the BBC Radio Berkshire Sunday breakfast show each week plus the Saturday afternoon 3pm show on London's Radio Jackie. He will also present the late night phone in on BBC London on February 17th and 18th from 10pm.

Paul's weekly celebrity interview column in the Scottish Sunday Post will see him chat to Nigel Kennedy, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, Sir Matthew Bourne and the Krankies amongst others.


Paul will be presenting on BBC Radio London (10pm - 2am) from October 25th - 30th, as well as doing his weekly Sunday morning show on BBC Berkshire and Saturday afternoon on Radio Jackie.

His weekly interview column in the Scottish Sunday Post will feature, amongst others, Torvill and Dean, Dame Evelyn Glennie and Alexandra Burke in conversation.

Paul will also be hosting a conference in Luton, and coaching business executives in Liverpool, Hinkley and Hartlebury.

MAY - JUNE 2015

Paul will be working on BBC Radio London doing his own weekly Sunday night show, but also covering overnights, and mid week, as well as some Breakfast shows.

You can hear him on Radio Jackie each Saturday from 3pm - 6pm, and on BBC Radio Berkshire on Sundays from 6am - 9am.

Paul will also be doing corporate work, and is looking forward to working with the directors of Shop Direct, the company which owns Very. com and Littlewoods.

His weekly column in the Sunday Post will see him interview people like Chris Tarrant, Andrew Castle, Fay Ripley and Bradley Walsh.


Paul has started a new show on BBC Radio London. You can listen in, and call, from 10pm Sunday night till 2am Monday morning on 94.9 FM. Paul is also still presenting the Sunday Breakfast show on BBC Radio Berkshire from 6am - 9am, and on London's Radio Jackie from 4pm - 7pm each Saturday.

Paul will be away working in Zurich for a few days with a great group of people dedicated to helping farmers in The Ivory Coast and in Ghana.

Paul's weekly column in the Scottish Sunday Post continues, and in February he will be interviewing Tim Brooke Taylor, Nicholas Parsons, Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee amongst others.


Paul will be hosting BBC Radio London's Breakfast show from November 16th for two weeks, and then each Monday in December. He will also present his Sunday morning Breakfast show on BBC Berkshire, a programme that won a Bronze award at the BBC Gillards this month, and his Saturday afternoon shows on London's Radio Jackie.

Paul will travel to Amsterdam to interview Simply Red on stage for an invited audience.

Triumph Motorcycles, Shop Direct and Barry Callebaut will be joined by Paul for help with Media and Presentation work over the period.

Paul's guest interviewees in his weekly Sunday Post column will feature Christopher Biggins, Les McKeown, Coronation Street's Tina O'Brien, and TV explorer Simon Reeve.


Paul will be working for BBC London, BBC Berkshire, and London's Radio Jackie.

BBC Berkshire - each Sunday morning 6am - 9am

Radio Jackie (107.8 fm) - 3rd - 21st August Breakfast show 7am - 10am

BBC Radio London - 2am - 6am 10th -14th August

His columns in the Sunday Post newspaper will feature interviews with Jeremy Vine, Gyles Brandreth, Nick Heyward, Pete Waterman, Ken Bruce, and others.


Paul will be presenting his radio shows on Radio Jackie (107.8 FM) each Saturday afternoon from 4pm, Sunday mornings on BBC Berkshire (6am till 9am) and Sunday evenings on BBC London 94.9fm from 10pm - 2am.

He will also be presenting BBC London through the night from 10th - 13th, and the weekday 10pm - 2am slot for two weeks starting March 30th. Plus you can catch Paul on Comic Relief day hosting BBC London's Breakfast show with Penny Smith.

His celebrity Quick Quiz column continues in the Sunday Post magazine and will include quick interviews with Honor Blackman, Lucy Porter, Julian Fellowes, Gok Wan and Arlene Phillips.


Paul will be heard doing his radio shows on BBC Berkshire, BBC London, and Radio Jackie.

He'll be off to Switzerland to work with world chocolate leaders Barry Callebaut, and he'll be helping Lloyds Bank with their conference.

Paul will also be seen every week in his column for the Sunday Post, interviewing celebrities.