Janice Long

Apr 05, 1955
Dec 25, 2021

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From Wikipedia:

Janice Berry (née Chegwin; 5 April 1955 – 25 December 2021), known professionally by her first married name Janice Long, was an English broadcaster who was best known for her work in British music radio. In a career that spanned five decades, she became the first woman (same as Annie Nightingale) to have her own daily music show on BBC Radio 1. She also appeared on other BBC Radio stations, such as BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio London, BBC Radio WM, and BBC Radio 6 Music, and was a regular presenter on the television chart show Top of the Pops.

At the end of her career, Long hosted four nights a week on BBC Radio Wales and Saturday afternoons on Greatest Hits Radio. […]

I was very sad to hear that my old Liverpudlian friend Janice Long has passed away. Janice was a fun-loving lady who always had a twinkle in her eye. She was very knowledgeable about the music scene and whenever we met it was a pleasure and we had a great laugh. My sympathies go out to her family and friends. We have all lost a great Scouse girl, but I will always have very fond memories of her and of the times we spent together. Paul x

From Paul McCartney on Twitter , January 7, 2022

In January 2022, Paul McCartney contributed a vocal message for a tribute to Janice Long by BBC Radio 2.

From (De gauche à droite) Samuel West, Briony Albert, Patrick Woodroffe et Suzahn Fiering regardent Sir Paul McCartney et Janice long (au centre) danser en recevant des companionships au LIPA, le BT Convention Centre Photo Stock – Alamy (alamyimages.fr) – July 31, 2014
From Paul McCartney on Twitter , January 7, 2022

Last updated on January 25, 2022


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