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Darryl Morris is a radio presenter from Bolton, United Kingdom. He became the most recent presenter of Bauer Media Group's national network Evening Show in July 2016, broadcasting on 9 different radio stations including Key 103, Radio City and Metro Radio.[1] He recently hosted the Breakfast Show on Rock FM before his promotion to the network.[2]

Darryl Morris
Born (1990-09-07) 7 September 1990 (age 28)
Bolton,
England
NationalityBritish
Years active2006 – present
Known forRadio
Websitewww.darrylmorris.co.uk

He now regularly hosts shows on Talkradio as well as appearing across BBC Radio 5Live.

Morris began his career on school radio. He went on to present the Generation Next (BBC series) series on BBC World Service after a UK wide talent search[1] followed by a short stint at Manchester-based radio station Key 103 and national digital station The Hits Radio. He later joined BBC Radio Manchester as a researcher before gaining an on-air role.[3]

In 2008, Morris fronted the Chicago Town Pizza television adverts on ITV.[3]

In 2009, he joined Global Radio to work across the now rebranded Capital Manchester, formerly Galaxy Manchester, and XFM Manchester. He also presented 12-4pm weekdays on 1458 Gold Radio.

On 24 June 2012 he returned to Bauer Radio (Key 103, Rock FM and The Hits Radio).[4]

In October 2012., Morris appeared on CBBC news programme Newsround on BBC One, talking about the sudden rise of South Korean music artist Psy and the song Gangnam Style.

He hosted Darryl Morris in the Morning, the breakfast show on The Hits and Bauer City 3 from 2013[5] until August 2015. He also hosted a Saturday talk show on Liverpool's Radio City Talk.

He also sits on the board of directors of a community radio station in his home town, Bolton FM, and is an active supporter of community radio projects.

Morris lives in Manchester and is a season-ticket holder for Bolton Wanderers Football Club.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Darryl Morris takes over Rock FM Breakfast, Radio Today, 12 August 2015
  3. ^ a b "Triple A Media".
  4. ^ "Radio Today: New late show host on Rock FM & Key 103".
  5. ^ New talent and live breakfast for The Hits, Radio Today, 11 February 2013