West Mids born TV & radio star Brad Baker reveals life lessons in frank interview

SEDGLEY born TV and radio personality Brad Baker, shares lessons from across his career in entertainment and speaks candidly about his relationships and life overseas.

He talks honestly and openly about how he became materialistic and what that taught him. He also shares how what he thought happiness was, wasn’t happiness at all. He explores what it is to be self-confident and how he achieved that.

He shares practical lessons from across his career in TV and entertainment in an up, close and personal interview.

He discusses what life was like, growing up in the village of Sedgley in the West Midlands.

Brad Baker broadcaster born in Sedgley

“Happiness isn’t what you think it is,” says Brad Baker, born and raised in the West Mids village of Sedgley.

A fan of tattoos, Brad talks about a few of his and their meaning.

He discusses his memories of living in the Costa Blanca in the Mediterranean and performing as a resident guest, live at a hotel on the island of Mallorca. He also talks about presenting radio shows in the UK and overseas, including a station in the Canary Islands.

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Brad is a familiar personality across the BBC and commercial media

Being the youngest person ever to present on UK sports television, to date, Brad remembers presenting the show Blood, Sweat and Gears.

He also shares what he wore on stage in concert at the O2 Apollo, Manchester, performing alongside soul legend Patti LaBelle.

Brad documented the trauma following the infamous Operation Yewtree in a feature radio programme with Professor Of Pop, Paul Gambaccini. Brad recalls how curating that programme ‘stretched his legal abilities as a producer’.

He also discusses his family, as well as what he likes to get up to in his spare time, along with other stories from his biography.

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