I started off in the late 90s as a football reporter for a radio station called Oxygen FM which was based in Oxford. I covered Oxford United matches and did live reports from matches which great fun. The radio station was taken over by a larger group and re-named Fusion 107.9 and I stayed on, hosting a range of different shows. From then I knew I wanted to work in radio full time and lucky to work in Cheltenham, Newbury and of course, Pembrokeshire, and I stayed in the industry until 2012. I've had a break since, but the chance to return to the airwaves in 2020 with Pure West was one I couldn't turn down and I thoroughly enjoy talking sport on a Monday with Fraser and Gordon.
So many to choose but the beach on Caldey Island takes some beating.
I have a few - my Grandfather who also loved Pembrokeshire, living in Saundersfoot, Templeton and Lampeter Velfrey over the years. From a broadcast point of view - Terry Wogan had the unique ability to talk directly to you as if you were the only person listening to his show. As I present the sports show on Pure West I should mention Mo Farah, Paul Gascoigne and Gary Lineker.
Honfleur in Normandy - one place I could keep going back to over and over again.
I would like to be a bit taller...
Queuing for anything. Hate it.
Doing a good job and making a difference for people wherever I can.
Any time I spend with family and friends - after the last 18 months that we've all lived through, I think I value this more now than ever.
I love running and completiing the Virtual London Marathon in October 2021 with a PB of 3:25 is my proudest moment. That was so hard with no crowds, no closed roads and just me and my watch for company. I was so happy at the finish!
Ex England cricket captain Sir Alastair Cook.
I've run over 5,500 miles since 2017 which I think would get me from Haverfordwest to somewhere in Brazil!