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Once upon a time Alan did farmyard impressions for a living, working on The Archers.
Amanda shares her house with her husband, six fish and a very bossy Jack Russell/Chihuahua cross.
Andy Whittaker worked in a pork pie factory before hitting our airwaves.
The former BBC Radio Nottingham tea boy says he couldn't live without Abba.
Bea loves Nottingham's high energy and hopes her African Caribbean Show reflects that buzz.
Chris presents BBC Radio Nottingham's Jazz Incorporated every Thursday.
A Notts lad born and bred with a great passion for sport and "the best job in the world".
Dean first applied for a job on BBC Radio Nottingham when he was 14 years old.
Our Devon loves his soul music and loves to share it with us both on and off air.
Fran loves cooking and walking on the wild side... but she's not so fond of camping.
Graham is a real ale lover, a big Frank Sinatra fan and self-confessed "fair weather" cyclist.
Jo loves chatting to the rich and famous, especially anyone in showbiz.
Our Afternoon Show presenter came to Nottingham as a student and met his wife in The Salutation.
John has been answering our gardening questions on air for over 30 years.
Born in Liverpool, Kaval emigrated to India at the age of three with his family.
Not many people people know that as well as gardening Martin is an expert at skipping.
Mick's been a firm favourite on BBC Radio Nottingham since he joined us back in the 1980s.
Clifton lad Paul's first ever single was "Puppy Love" by Donny Osmond.
When Richard gets home he always put his pyjamas on... even during the day.
Robin's our main sports presenter and you can hear him on Matchday every Saturday afternoon.
Rob is grateful that at least doing the Late Show allows him to have a long lie-in every morning.
Sarah began at Radio Nottingham on work experience while still at school and has never stopped talking.
You're not dreaming, Steve Redgrave really is doing our Early Show on BBC Radio Nottingham.