LBC presenter Clive Bull is to ‘take a break’ from his nightly late show after sixteen years in the slot.
He’ll be replaced on the Sunday to Thursday phone-in by Anthony Davis from tonight.
Clive says: “It’s been a difficult decision to take, but I have decided to take a break from night time radio. After thirty wonderful years with LBC, I’m looking forward to being up all day and going to bed at a sensible hour. I’ve had a fantastic time talking to late night listeners in London and working with a fabulous team and I look forward to more involvement with LBC in the future.”
Global Radio’s Director of Broadcasting Richard Park told RadioToday.co.uk: “I would like to thank Clive for his hard work, dedication and great sense of humour. This is certainly not a good-bye to Clive, as we look forward to welcoming him back to LBC in the future. We genuinely wish him all the very best as he enjoys the daylight hours afresh.”
Clive started at LBC as a phone op and then producer before taking to the air himself. After a spell on overnights in the early 90s he moved to the weekend schedule before taking over the weekday late show in 1995.
It’s understood Anthony Davis will continue to present his daily mid-morning show on digital station Jazz FM alongside the late show on LBC.