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The sig tune for this hospital requests show was the slow-ish ‘Doctor Kildare’ theme taken from an LP and played at 45rpm.” Peter continued to sing and, after gaining teaching qualifications from the Royal Academy of Music in London, later became principal teacher of music at Scotland's largest comprehensive school, Holyrood Secondary. He also carried out after-dinner speaking engagements but died on 20th June 2014, aged 80. He stayed there as it changed name to BBMS, Britain's Better Music Station.According to this press cutting from Radio News, Tony “created a bond between himself and millions of BBMS listeners”.He attended a Radio Essex reunion in 2003, pictures of which can be seen at Sadly he died suddenly on Thursday 7th April 2005, aged 59.He died in his sleep just a couple of weeks later, on the 3rd July 2004, aged 70. (Jimmy was of enormous assistance to in the early days of this website and was the first DJ to allow us to include photographs dating from his offshore career. He left school at 15 and did a number of different jobs before settling on joining the fire brigade.He could also sing and made appearances on BBC radio's Children's Hour as well as various television shows like The One O'Clock Gang and The White Heather Club.
Fascinated by the new station, he did not waste any time. Managing Director Tommy Shields commissioned him to present The Hospital Half-Hour request show each week.Tony was later heard on the Israeli offshore station, The Voice of Peace.He initially called himself but was persuaded that his original name was better and switched back.The BBC paid scant attention to it so I owed it all to Paul Young, Jack Mc Laughlin et al ....Much as I would have liked to have broadcast aboard the vessel, (my programme) was recorded at the Radio Scotland studio in Glasgow's West End. made his radio debut in July 1966, replacing Michael Cane on Radio Essex, the country's smallest pirate.