BROADCAST RADIO CAREER
I have had a passionate interest in broadcast radio since I was a young teenager.
A successful club and event DJ, I trained at industrial radio station UBN and entered broadcast radio in the late 70’s as a radio presenter for several radio stations including Ward Radio in London where I was appointed Chairman in 1979. I was responsible managerially and editorially for all on-air programming together with overseeing sound engineering, fundraising & training. I proudly remain an Honorary Chairman today.
I then went on to become a presenter at Chiltern Radio, serving Herts, Beds, Bucks, Northants and others with my 'Tony Lloyd Late Show', featuring the popular 'Midnight Magic' romantic half hour. (Sorry about the photo!)
I was promoted to Drive Show presenter in 1990, at the same time presenting the 'Top 20 Countdown', and going on to work at the station for ten years. In addition I also broadcast on Invicta SuperGold & Severn Sound & launched SuperGold, Horizon Radio in Milton Keynes and The Hot FM.
I currently present several shows on around sixty different stations (see home page), and produce the 'Human Stories' & 'Music Stories' podcast series.
OTHER MEDIA WORK
As an experienced broadcast media trainer for over 40 years, I have taught thousands of individuals, public, commercial, volunteering and third sector groups on how to handle radio and television interviews, designing courses to fit the student’s career requirements.
I have co directed and stage managed theatre productions in London's West End, and designed and produced audio visual systems and content at many events around the world.
A professional photographer, film maker & sound engineer for 35 years means I'm always busy! Find out more about my media company by selecting 'Lloyd.Media'