Andy Peebles

Andy Peebles (born 13 December 1948 in Hampstead, London) is a radio DJ.

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97.5 & 107.7 Smooth Radio - Presenters
... Smooth Afternoons Paul Wappat - Drivetime and Saturday Afternoons Andy Peebles - Smooth Evenings and Weekend Evenings Steve Phillips - Smooth Nights (Tuesday ...
List Of Presenters On Top Of The Pops - 1980s–1991
... television, including Children's BBC presenters Andy Crane and Simon Parkin, Blue Peter's Caron Keating, and Anthea Turner and Jenny Powell who worked together ... the Pops 2 1997-2004, 2006–2007, 2008, 2009) John Peel (1981–1987) plus late 1995) Andy Peebles (1979,1981–1984) Tony Blackburn (1967–1979,1981–1983 ... Paul Burnett, with regular presenters Andy Peebles, Dave Lee Travis, Simon Bates, David Jensen, Tony Blackburn, John Peel, Steve Wright, Peter Powell, Jimmy Savile ...
List Of Top Of The Pops Episodes Aired On UK Gold - 1983
... Gary Davies Peter Powell) 24 February 1983 (Dave Lee Travis Andy Peebles) 3 March 1983 (John Peel David Jensen) 23 March 1983 (David Jensen John Peel) 31 March 1983 (Richard Skinner Steve Wright) 7 April ...
105.7 Smooth Radio - Presenters and Shows
... Afternoons 1600 - 2000 Tammy Gooding - Smooth Drive Home 2000 - 0000 Andy Peebles - Andy Peebles' Soul Train SATURDAY 0000 - 0600 Glen Morris - Smooth Overnights 0600 - 0700 Non-Stop Smooth 0700 ...
Andy Peebles - Radio Career
... In 1974, Peebles helped launch Manchester's Piccadilly Radio where he first broadcast Andy Peebles' Soul Train, before joining BBC Radio 1 in 1978, where he ... In September 1979, Peebles briefly presented weekday afternoons, taking over from Tony Blackburn, before moving to a 10.30am-12.30pm weekday show ... Peebles' name was thrust into the media spotlight in December 1980 when John Lennon was murdered in New York ...

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