Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Paul Gambaccini Life Story Interview…
Paul Gambaccini is a remarkable broadcaster who has had a incredible 45 year career on national radio and TV.
He’s a broadcasting legend with a remarkable and instantly distinctive & recognisable voice.
We are honoured to bring you his life story interview…
Paul accepted a significant pay out for the false accusations made against him by Operation Yewtree in November 2018. He has been completely vindicated from these outrageous claims. Paul confirms his thoughts on the current ‘system’.
We also talk about the evolution of BBC Radio 2, ‘equality’ on air at the BBC, the disaster of R1 in the 90’s and whether Richard Park destroyed modern broadcasting as we know it.
Paul was one of the most respected journalists in the 70’s and 80’s and met everyone. We discuss his unique access to the biggest legends in the world and his friendship with Freddie Mercury.
This is a radio lovers dream. 50 minutes with Paul Gambaccini…
Listen to our exclusive interview with Paul via YouTube here:
Paul Matthew Gambaccini (born April 2, 1949) is an American-British radio and television presenter and author in the United Kingdom.
He has dual United States and British nationality, having become a British citizen in 2005.
Known as “The Great Gambo” and “The Professor of Pop”, Gambaccini was a BBC Radio 1 presenter for 16 years, including 11 years at the helm of a Billboard Top 30 countdown show.
A regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s long-running arts programme Kaleidoscope, Gambaccini was a long-time TV morning show correspondent for British television, and makes regular appearances on other British TV magazine shows.
He was the host of the 12-part Classic FM series Paul Gambaccini’s Hall of Heroes, and chairs the Radio 4 music quiz Counterpoint.
He is currently the presenter of “Pick of the Pops” on BBC Radio 2 on Saturday afternoons. Inducted into the Radio Academy Hall of Fame in 2005, Gambaccini is the author of more than 15 books.
Interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 3rd November 2018.