Peter Gordon (radio presenter)
Gordon was born in Guildford and educated at Cranleigh School and the University of York, where he began his career as a presenter on the student radio station. He joined the BBC as a feature presenter before returning to Surrey to work as a news, sport and music presenter for County Sound, Radio Mercury and 106.6 Star FM. He has appeared on television in ITV's The Village and British National Ice Hockey League.
Gordon has been with The Eagle since its launch and was the first presenter to speak on the new station when it went on air on 4 January 1996.
He has used his local celebrity status to support local charities such as Children with Special Needs Foundation  and CHASE. He has also supported other local initiatives such as Surrey Police's "Watch your drinks" campaign in 2003.
Gordon worked with the writer Albert Jack on the 2010 book What Caesar did for my Salad.
- Profile on Children with Special Needs website
- Cinderella Yvonne Arnaud review
- Children with Special Needs Foundation
- Indigo gets the first handshake from PG at 96.4 Eagle Radio
- Heat is on for CHASE - Surrey Advertiser
- Surrey Police announcement
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