James Henry House
James is a radio producer and presenter with 40 years experience in broadcasting. Like so many DJ's, past and present; James started out in hospital radio - with his very first live show in December 1980 at HHR - broadcasting to the patients of Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.
By 1985, he turned professional; and worked as a DJ for hire around the South-East counties of England until 1996.
More recently, In the UK he has produced and presented radio programs for CCR 104.4 FM in Chelmsford; Saint FM in Maldon, Harbour Radio 107.4 FM in Great Yarmouth and at BHR 87.7 FM - hospital radio in Basildon for whom he currently provides his weekend flagship program - The Saturday Show.
He has also produced and presented a show for Valley Free Radio across the pond in Northampton, Massachusetts, USA.
He launched Radio Q - www.radioquk.com in June 2020 - an Internet station that covers a wide variety of programs, including talk shows, comedy and a cross-genre mix of music.
James was born in Hampstead, North London in the summer of 1963, but has resided in Essex for most of his life until moving to his current home in Camberley, Surrey in November 2018.
Outside of his radio work, James has a great love of sport - in particular Football, Cricket and American Football - and respectively is a fan of Arsenal, Celtic, Essex and Buffalo Bills.