My Big Break: Tony Currie, broadcaster and founder of Radio Six International

LONG before the days of BBC Radios 1, 2, etc, there was a station called Radio Six, set up by an 11 year-old Tony Currie, in his home in Ardrossan, Ayrshire. Today, Radio Six International is celebrating its 50th birthday, with Currie – whose career includes being the first voice on Radio Clyde and several years at both STV and BBC Scotland – with hopefully contributions from some of the biggest names in radio today.

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