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Tom then worked as a journalist but gravitated towards show-business stories and became the announcer on a Border Television programme Beat On The Border.
He sent a demo tape to Radio City, joined them in September 1965 and eventually became senior DJ.
He had a presentation style frequently compared to a young Alan Freeman although John wrote in a Radio London column in Disc magazine that he could not see the similarity himself.
Following his career at sea, he returned to the music business.
My wish was granted with going out on the LV18 to do a show for Pirate BBC Essex. just like the vinyl we played sometimes in a storm force ten.
What with the Caroline reunion and then broadcasting was a weird, wonderful experience which I would not have missed for the world, right? Seeing faces and hearing voices from my distant past was awesome. My long awaited book This Is No Rehearsal is creeping up the publisher's pile.
The guitarist, and the sax player, Woolf Byrne, both joined Radio City.
(John has very kindly sent us this photo of himself on Radio City's roof.) His theme tune was Sweet Dreams by The Shadows.
While the singer carried on performing, two of the other band members decided on a change of career.
When Radio City was taken to court and closed down in February 1967, Tom joined Radio Caroline South where he stayed until August and the passing of the Marine Offences Act.
On Caroline his theme tune was Las Vegas Scene by Wes Dakus and the Rebels.
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was born in Norwich on 20th March 1945 and got his first experience of broadcasting while working as a ‘blue coat’ at a Pontin's holiday camp.