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The Adventures of Andy Kershaw

The Adventures of Andy Kershaw
Andy Kershaw, one of the UK’s most decorated broadcasters, will be appearing to talk about his life and widely acclaimed autobiography ‘No Off Switch’ on Monday 1st April, 2013. Having already lived 10 lives to everyone else's one, Andy Kershaw truly has no off switch. As a teenager he was promoting major rock gigs. He was Billy Bragg's driver and roadie one day and presenting Whistle Test and Live Aid the next. Andy has won numerous awards throughout his career working for Radio 3 and for 15 years Radio 1, where he shared an office with John Peel. More recently a presenter on Radio 3, he has also worked for the Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen. His record collection weighs seven tons! A journalist at heart, he has often reinvented himself as a foreign correspondent for BBC radio news and occasionally made travel documentaries for Channel 4. He reported for the BBC from the midst of a volcanic eruption in Montserrat, where he had taken his partner for "a quiet Caribbean holiday" (the island blew up the day after they arrived) and, most memorably, from Rwanda during the horrors of 1994. Andy will be signing copies of his book after the show. Tickets only £10!

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