Paddy OConnell also worked at the station as a reporter.
John Leech sets off the Maldon Fireworks in Promenade Park.
One of BBC Essexs most popular presenters was Tim Lloyd AKA Timbo.
Best of the Days, late Night music and Entertainment, breakfast Show.He is now the Conservative MP for North Devon.To je ena od najbolj priljubljenih radijskih postaj v tej dravi med ljudmi vseh starosti.One of the earliest reporters and then presenters was Peter Heaton-Jones.The 5 part series, 60 Years of Essex Number Ones, starts on Boxing Day at 11 and will be repeated at 6 on BBC Essex.It also set out to have an up-beat sound and popular news style.You can also listen on DAB radio and online /essex, back.BBC Essex official website address.Please click on to picture for play this radio.BBC Essex Facebook page features films of people who have been listening since the very first day.BBC Essexs celebrations to mark its 30th birthday are set to take place this weekend, marking its launch date of November 5th, 1986.Nick Risby, wally Webb.Highlights of the anniversary include: Friday November 4, the very first voices on BBC Essex Alex Lester and Jane Kinghorn are reunited, alongside the stations first sports reporter Jonathan Overend, on the Breakfast Show.BBC Essex is a one adult dating tjänster waianae hawaii of famous live online radio station broadcasting from.To celebrate, this Christmas, Sandie will present a special radio documentary on BBC Essex about the Essex pop stars and musicians who reached number one in the 50s and 60s.
Breakfast presenter Sadie Nine presents the Big Beach Bang Fireworks Spectacular at East Beach, Shoeburyness.
BBC Essex Breakfast presenter Sadie Nine lights up the Basildon Round Table Fireworks Display at Basildon Sports and Leisure Club.
Saturday November 5, former presenters Peter Heaton-Jones, Bill Dod, Kara Tritton, Timbo, Eric Hall, David Whiteley and Etholle George are back for a special show celebrating 30 years of BBC Essex between 12 and 2pm.Its name doesnt follow the naming convention of BBC Radio (county name) to avoid confusions with Radio Essex.Others to have worked at the station include Dermot OLeary, BBC sports presenter Mark Pougatch, broadcaster James Whale, promoter Eric Monster Hall and MP Peter Heaton-Jones.26 December 2012, on November 14th 2012, the UK singles chart reached its 60 th birthday.In addition, presenters are reunited with the cars they drove 30 years ago, Robbie Barbours Show rewrites the lyrics to the Spitting Image song Essex is Crap to show the county in a more flattering light and loyal listeners are urged to keep an ear.Music plugger and football agent Eric Monster Hall was also a BBC Essex presenter, exploiting his celebrity connections to host a specialist music programme with big name guests.Famous news stories covered by the station include Dale Farm Traveller Encampment, The death of Stuart Lubbock at Michael Barrymores house, the Jeremy Bamber murders and the defection of Douglas Carswell to ukip.
Timbo was with the station from the first day.