nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
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nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018
nick grimshaw.
Nick presents the breakfast show every weekday on BBC Radio 1. Nick Grimshaw is a young man very much in demand. Always passionate about music, Nick’s first step into broadcasting was on student radio while studying Communications & Business Studies at the University of Liverpool. In addition, during his holidays, Nick interned at a music PR agency, working on regional radio promotion for the likes of The Killers and Depeche Mode. On graduation, Nick threw himself into the music industry, continuing to work as a radio plugger, as well as taking on the new role of DJ promoter. Then in 2006 Channel 4 spotted Nick and at the age of 22 he was signed up as a presenter for E4 Music and the Channel 4 morning show Freshly Squeezed. Nick quickly proved himself hugely knowledgeable about music and with his easy charm and confidence in front of the camera, soon established himself as one of the UK’s hottest young talents. Having cut his teeth in national broadcasting at Channel 4, Nick was next signed up by BBC2 where he co-hosted three series of their youth music show 'Sound', alongside Radio 1’s Annie Mac. Their chemistry proved a winner and Nick joined Annie on Radio 1 hosting the Sunday evening Switch youth strand, the show proving a huge hit with listeners.
Proudly sponsored by
UEL Students' Union official Freshers' Fortnight 2018