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Gary King (radio)

Gary King
Born (1963-08-04) 4 August 1963
Stevenage, England, U.K.
Occupation Radio presenter

Gary King (born 4 August 1963) is an English radio presenter, who has worked for most of the country's best-known stations such as Magic 105.4 Capital FM, BBC Radio 1 and Jazz FM (UK). He was also the first presenter on Atlantic 252, launching the station on 1 September 1989.[1]

King also hosts the internationally syndicated shows Totally 80s and Totally 90s, both of which are produced by Blue Revolution. He also presents on the internet radio station My Social Radio. He also did the voice-over on the popular UK children's TV show, Fun House and the last series (2007) of Dale's Supermarket Sweep.

From October 2013 Gary started a regular Sunday Lunch show on Smooth Radio until February 2014 when he moved to Saturday afternoons starting on 2 March 2014.

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See also

External links

  • Gary King on Smooth Radio
  • The Official Totally 80s site.
  • on LBC 97.3The Big QuizGary King and
  • Gary King on Radio Rewind - the Radio 1 nostalgia site
  • King speaks the first words on Atlantic 252 via the official tribute site
  • Capital Radio 88.7 (Malta)
  • Energy.fm - Gary King
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