‘A formative years dream’: Presenter Nick Grimshaw to depart BBC Radio 1


Nick Grimshaw has introduced that he’s leaving BBC Radio 1 after 14 years.

The 36-year-old stated it was once “time to move and possibly make every other desires come true” after enjoyable his “formative years dream” on the radio station.

Grimshaw joined the BBC in 2007, website hosting the BBC Two formative years song display along DJ Annie Mac.

He stated: “I’ve been fortunate sufficient to make that dream come true. It’s been the whole thing I would imagined and much more.

“I grew up short of to connect to other people and to really feel accredited and the Radio 1 listeners gave me that and let me be a part of their day by day lifestyles, for which I will be able to be ceaselessly thankful.

“However over the previous few months I have been doing a large number of fascinated by my long run and, after 14 years, I have made the verdict that it is time for me to transport on – I would love to thank the listeners, as with out them none of this will have been conceivable, and the Radio 1 circle of relatives, who’ve been this kind of large a part of my lifestyles.”

In 2007, Grimshaw hosted Radio 1’s Weekend Breakfast Display and moved to the late-night slot the next yr.

The radio presenter, from Oldham, succeeded Chris Moyles’ breakfast display in 2012 and seemed as an X Issue pass judgement on in 2015 along Simon Cowell, Rita Ora and Cheryl.

In Might 2018, Grimshaw turned into the second one longest-running host of the breakfast display on Radio 1, overtaking Tony Blackburn, after which moved on to offer the drivetime programme.

Vick Hope and Jordan North will take over Grimshaw’s slot on Radio 1, the station stated.

Grimshaw leaves a couple of months after Mac introduced she can be stepping down from Radio 1 after 17 years.

Clara Amfo will change Mac in September to host the Long run Sounds display.


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