GUY HARRIS

One of the more inventive presenters of more recent years, Guy Harris made his first apperances on Leicester Sound in 1994, although I had heard of him as I had seen his local cable TV show The Odd Show (which was very funny). His time on the station began by sitting in for other presenters when they were on holiday.

Then, in 1995, he got the job which led to what I think was one of the best breakfast shows in the station's history. He was teamed up with Guy Morris and Sara Blizzard, and Two Guys and a Girl was born.

Two Guys and A Girl was brilliant in my opinion, the team worked really well together and it always sounded like they were having loads of fun. In late 1996, Guy Morris was replaced by Gary Burton, so the show became Gary, Guy and Sara.

Finally, in mid 1997, Guy left Leicester Sound and went to work at 2 TEN FM in Reading, where he was part of the Morning Crew until the end of 2003, as well as presenting a show networked across all of GWR's FM stations on a Friday night, and shows on the national digital station Core, where we presented weekend afternoons.

Guy then presented Saturday mornings 8.00am - 1.00pm on Kick FM in Berkshire, and also Sunday breakfast on Key 103 in Manchester and some cover work at Magic 105.4 in London.

Guy then presented Breakfast at Real Radio Yorkshire http://www.realradiofm.com

then presented overnights on the station for a while, and then returned to Weekend Breakfast until Real Radio became Heart in May 2014

Visit Guys' own website

Guy Harris

A promo for the TWo Guys and a Girl Morning Crew

Guy playing Don't Say Hello with a caller (223KB)

Guy broadcasting on the 50th anniversary of VE Day, 8th May 1995 (103KB)

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