O. J. Borg
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|Born||Oliver James Borg D'Anastasi
4 April 1979
|Nationality||British (Maltese father)|
|Occupation||Broadcaster and presenter|
OJ is the presenter of BBC Radio 5Live's cycling show BeSpoke, and has deputised for both Janice Long and Alex Lester on BBC Radio 2.
OJ presented The Saturday Breakfast Show on Xfm South Wales before the station was sold and renamed Nation Radio, and co-hosted the breakfast show on 96.2 The Revolution. OJ has worked as a fill-in presenter on Absolute Radio, Juice Fm and has worked at various other radio stations across the country.
Like many other TV and radio presenters, OJ's career began presenting traffic and travel news.
In late 2005 OJ was picked up by VH1 to host their daily live show Radio Gaga with Absolute Radio's Sarah Champion. While working for MTV networks he also presented guides to the Oxegen Festival in Ireland and Ibiza and presented The Rewind and Ultimate Charts, and the film show Screen
On 12 September 2007, Borg, along with Lynsey Horn, launched the new Freeview channel Nuts TV, presenting the weeknight live shows along with gameshow North vs South. During this time he also presented with Chanelle Hayes and Lucy Pinder.
On 27 December 2011 he appeared on Celebrity Mastermind on BBC1. Taking Star Wars as his specialist subject (and dressed as Princess Leia), he finished third with 21 points.