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Ian Roberts (DJ)

Ian Roberts is a British DJ. He currently presents weekday breakfast on Magic Radio in North West England.

Biography

Roberts grew up in Wythenshawe, Manchester and started playing records at the Sharston Youth club. He made the move into hospital radio at Wythenshawe's FAB Radio.

Roberts then moved into radio working for several stations before moving back to one of Magic's sister stations Rock FM in Preston where he stayed for a decade working the afternoon shift. He was also the host of Rock FM's Saturday night dance show, which gained large respect in Lancashire and around the North West of England. He also spent a short time simultaneously presenting the evening show on Viking FM in Hull, live from his spare room in Stockport.

In 2002 he joined Piccadilly Magic 1152 in Manchester presenting weekday breakfast.[1] From 4 March 2013 his show is syndicated with Magic 1548 in Liverpool and Magic 999 in Preston.[2]

He currently resides with his wife and three children in Stockport.

References

  1. ^ Breakfast with Ian Roberts Piccadilly Magic 1152
  2. ^ Magic AM starts networking at breakfast Radio Today, 15 February 2013

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