Presenters And Staff

During it’s 4 and half years on the air Buzz FM employed some great staff, many of whom have gone onto great things.

Who were they and where are they now?

Here is a brief list of some of the staff who worked at Buzz FM:

Mark Williams Lady Buzz (alias Nicky Jay)
Lady Buzz (alias Nicky Jay) DJ Mikey B
Freakie Dee (Freaky D) Assis and Daidi
Alan Gooden Mark Hanna (Mark Weekend – Facebook)
Charlie Jordan (Charlie Jordan Official Website) Billy Fry (Stephanos Christen – Facebook)
Tony Adams – worked at Buzz circa 1990-1993 just before Chris Carey took over. Now a freelance journalist broadcaster involved with 5 UK stations and number of overseas stations as content producer and supplier of broadcast equipment. Writer of radio application bids (community radio stations), producer of multilingual radio adds and voiceover. Chris Cary (Chris Cary Homepage)
Ricky Kirby Sybil Fennell (Sybil Fennell Homepage)
Bob Davies Andy Wint (Andy Wint on LinkedIn)
Bob Lawrence (Bob Lawrence Homepage)(Bob Lawrence Twitter Feed) Rick Dees
Nick Tuff (Nic Tuff Homepage) Keith Lewis
Mark Williams Jonny Haywood (Jonny Haywood on LinkedIn)
Kenny B Matt Wheeler
Justine Holland Simon Harding (Simon Harding Buzz FM page)
Malcolm Derry Al Cale
JJ McKay (Voiceovers)(JJ McKay Homepage) Lindsay Reid (Lindsay Reid on LinkedIn)
Adrian Allen (Adrian Allen Homepage)(Presenter/Head of Music, April 1992 to January 1993) Graham Torrington (Graham Torrington Homepage). Was presenting on BBC WM in the West Midlands until October 2020, now retired.
Martin Jeans Paul Bryant
Andy Swift Jo Williams (Promotions Executive)
Matt Woods (Promotions Executive) Les Gunn (Les Gunn Homepage)
Howard Bennett Marcus Bennett
Laswon Mair Janet Reeves
Kim Sabido Chad George
Nino Firetto (Now running Nino Firetto Casting)(Nino Firetto Website/Nino Firetto Blog/Nino Firetto Booking Agent) Bob Stewart (Voiceovers)
Richie Pask Gary Rice
Paul Tovey Otis O Soul. According to his website “On his return to the UK, he joined Buzz FM Birmingham as Head of Commercial production His expertise enabled him to develop concepts and assist the marketing department with their sponsorship drive”
Tony Paul. According to this website Tony was on Buzz FM as well as BRMB, MFM and a bunch of others. He also started up Sunshine 855 in Shropshire as its first program director. Chris Rogers. (Chris Rogers on Wikipedia)
John Ryan. Presenter on Buzz FM in 1993 according to John Ryan on LinkedIn. Alan West
James Pearson. According to this website James was an evening presenter at Buzz who then went on to work Coventry radio station Kix96 Tony Ingham. “When Radio Clyde inherited Buzz FM in Birmingham, I was asked to turn around the fortunes of a fledgling urban music station, which I achieved with the profitable sale of the station within 12 months” – from Tony Ingham on LinkedIn.
David Maker (Jazz FM) Peter Salt (Red Rose)

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