Simon Bates

Simon Bates (born 17 December 1947, Birmingham) is an English disc jockey and radio presenter. Between 1976 and 1993 he worked at BBC Radio 1, presenting the station's weekday mid-morning show for most of this period. He later became a regular presenter on Classic FM. In January 2011, he took over as host of "The Breakfast Show" on Smooth Radio.

Read more about Simon Bates:  Early Career, BBC Radio 1, After Radio 1, Classic FM, Gold, Smooth Radio, A Revival

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