Annie Nightingale is the newest hostess to tv request programmes
Annie Nightingale is the newest hostess to tv request programmes. Annie stars in the Monday evening hour long "That's for Me" on Rediffusion's ITV. She was chosen for the £50 a week job after an appearance on "Juke Box Jury". Annie is pictured in her Brighton, Sussex, flat. 4th February 1965
The first Radio 1 female DJ Annie Nightingale starts 1970 with two new shows of her own
The first Radio 1 female DJ Annie Nightingale starts 1970 with two new shows of her own - the first woman to introduce the daily record review programme "What's New" on Monday to Friday from 12th Jan to 16th on Radio 1. She will also be the first woman to have her own pop series not he station. Annie is pictured at BBC Cavendish Place. 7th January 1970
Tony Blackburn, pictured in Wales in 1996. Antony Kenneth Blackburn
Tony Blackburn, pictured in Wales in 1996.
Antony Kenneth Blackburn (born 29 January 1943) is an English disc jockey. He first achieved fame broadcasting on the pirate stations Radio Caroline and Radio London in the 1960s, before joining the BBC. He was the first disc jockey to broadcast on BBC Radio 1 at its launch at the end of September 1967, and has had several stints working for the corporation. He has also worked for BBC Radio London, Capital Gold and Classic Gold Digital, and has had a singing career.
Picture taken 5th July 1996