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Radio

‘Smile, segue and shut up’

2 September 2017

9:00 AM

2 September 2017

9:00 AM

Three weeks before Classic FM launched, I was on the radio in Hong Kong, introducing hits by Rick Astley and Wet Wet Wet. I’d just turned 21, and was working as a presenter for British Forces Radio.

A phone call came from London. ‘My name is Michael Bukht. I’m setting up a new radio station and have heard good things about you.

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