Radio Presenter To Carry Olympic Torch Through Richmond

Angie Greaves

Angie Greaves

First published in Your News

London born radio presenter Angie Greaves has been named as one of the torchbearers for London 2012. She will be carrying the Olympic flame on 24th July 2012 through the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.

“I’m absolutely delighted to be carrying the Olympic torch. It really hit home the day that the torch relay started and I saw the flame reach Land’s End...that’s when my stomach started churning and I realised I was going to be part of history” said Angie.

The award-winning broadcaster, is one of the longest serving African Caribbean broadcasters still with a daily programme on mainstream radio and is the only female drivetime presenter on mainstream radio in London. She currently attracts around million listeners each evening on Magic 105.4 FM Angie is part of ‘Sound Women’, a network of over 200 inspirational women working in radio and audio, who are committed to raising the profile of the women who work in the industry and celebrating their achievements.

With a voice described as ‘the smoothest and sexiest in the business’ she entertains listeners on their commute home and the school run.

Angie regularly reviews the papers on Sky News Sunrise, sharing her thoughts on the issues of the day. The busy mum is also a face of lingerie retailer Brastop, promotes body confidence in women of all ages, shapes and sizes.

Based on information supplied by Shiloh PR.

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3:14pm Tue 24 Jul 12

EdwinaWaugh says...

Boring! Haven't met anybody who finds this Olympics interesting. All 'names' and 'jobworthies' cashing in. 1948 was a real event, this is just to make the politicians and bigshots rich.
Boring! Haven't met anybody who finds this Olympics interesting. All 'names' and 'jobworthies' cashing in. 1948 was a real event, this is just to make the politicians and bigshots rich. EdwinaWaugh
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