He's the voice that launched the BBC's brand new pop music network - BBC Radio 1 in 1967 and he's never been off the airwaves since. Tony Blackburn is synonymous with pop music from the 60's and 70's, but just what was it like making such a momentous broadcast? How did he transfer from the Pirate Radio ships to the BBC? How has he survived all these years, and in the age of Spotify what is the point of the radio DJ? In conversation with the Original UK Voice of Siri - broadcaster Jon Briggs.
Tony can be heard presenting "Sounds of the 60s" on BBC Radio 2 every Saturday morning from 0600-0800
Jon Briggs is available for coaching, training, voice over and broadcasting via www.jonbriggs.com
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