Since joining NHR in January 2000, I have had an absolute ball – gaining so much on so many levels. A regular on request shows and sports commentaries over the years, learning the art of radio presenting has also given me the confidence to develop my skills as a professional voiceover artist. I’ve enjoyed getting involved in most other activities at the station, too – from fundraising at exciting outdoor events like our traditional Robin Hood Half-Marathon Bed-push (even dressed up as Elvis one year!), to striking up conversations with patients, visitors and staff on the wards – mainly to badger them for their favourite requests – but also to practise my impressions on them! Seriously, though, it’s that personal interaction with our audience that has always felt like one of the most important and rewarding parts of the NHR experience for me – together with the many friendships made over the years. Long live Nottingham Hospitals’ Radio!”
Stephen made his NHR debut in October 1995, commentating on Notts County’s League Cup defeat to Leeds.
He’s helped chronicle the Nottingham clubs’ misfortunes ever since.
These days, he spends winter in the warmth of the studio, where he hosts the Saturday Scoreboard programme and the monthly Sporting Round Table.
A relative ‘Newbie’.
Having joined NHR in December 2019, Steve has quickly completed his training and thrown himself in radio.
Steve is also a trustee at the Friends of QMC and provides a link between the two organisations.
Helping out wherever possible, this website is also his work.