Out of the Stewpot

By Ed Stewart

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  • ISBN: 9781844540860
  • Publication Date: 31 Mar 2005
  • Format: Hardback
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: Blake Publishing

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Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart is one of country's best loved DJs. In this intimate and very frank autobiography he reveals the truth about his extraordinary career that has taken him from blagging interviews with Nat King Cole for Hong Kong radio, to becoming one of the best-known voices in the country. As a DJ on the pioneering pirate radio station Radio London, he was instrumental in putting the swing into the Sixties along with legendary names such as John Peel, Kenny Everitt and recent 'King of the Jungle' Tony Blackburn. He went on to present one of the highest rating radio shows ever broadcast in the UK and he remains a much loved part of Radio 2's schedule. He also reveals how his remarkable love for his wife has found new life after her lover moved into their shared home! Packed with celebrity anecdotes, this is the ultimate behind-the-scenes portrait of life as the original superstar DJ.

About the author

Ed Stewart began his broadcasting career with Hong Kong radio. After returning to England in 1965 he quickly became a household name on pirate radio station Radio London and from there went on to become one of Radio 1's biggest stars, netting over 16 million listeners for his show Junior Choice. He successfully made a crossover to TV presenting both Top of the Pops and Crackerjack. Today he continues to present his ever popular Sunday evening show on Radio 2.

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