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Celebrity night set for Penwith Radio as DJ celebrates four years

By CMJoshBarrie  |  Posted: November 27, 2013

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A SPECIAL celebrity programme has been arranged for an anniversary show on a local radio station this week.

Lewis Nicholls, from Penzance, is set to host two hours of glitz and glamour as he celebrates four years on Penwith Radio.

The twenty-year-old said he has interviewed hundreds of celebrities in his time in the studio, and said Friday night is going to be a memorable two hours.

“I’m really excited about it,” he said. “I’ve got some really great guests coming on.

“I think I’ve interviewed about 300 celebs in my time - and I just text around the people I’ve spoken to through the radio show and loads got in touch.”

Mr Nicholls confirmed the likes of X Factor winner Joe McElderry, band Cover Drive, The Only Way Is Essex’s Lydia Bright and actor Larry Lamb will be on the phone.

He also said many more will be unveiled and added pop sensations Union J have donated signed gifts for a giveaway.

“There are loads more guests and prizes to be confirmed,” said Mr Nicholls.

“We’ve got a few surprises lined up as well. It should be a really good show.”

Mr Nicholls said he started on the station when he was just 16 years-old, and clips from his early sessions on the microphone are also going to be played.

His slot, Lewis Nicholls’ Entertainment Fix, has seen him talk to the likes of girl group Atomic Kitten, football legend Peter Shilton and politician Ann Widdecombe over the years.

The DJ said he also hopes to continue his radio career.

“A few radio stations I’ve contacted have got back to me and said they really like my format,” he said.

“I’ve had some really good feedback from people in the industry.”

Mr Nicholls’ star-studded slot will take place between 6-8pm on Friday November 29.

Tune in by visiting www.penwithradio.co.uk

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