Paul Hollingdale (born Paul Wynn; 30 March 1938, in Brighton, Sussex) is a British radio presenter who presented the first ever programme broadcast on BBC Radio 2, Breakfast Special. Hollingdale had presented a show on CNBC in 1962, and can claim to be Britain's first ever pirate radio disc jockey. Hollingdale was also the first presenter on Radio 210 in Reading, launching the station in 1976 with The Breakfast Show which ran from 6.00am to 10.00am. For a spell he also presented an evening show, between 9.00pm and Midnight two days a week, giving him just six hours from the finish of one show to the start of the next.
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