Torrington takes Late Night Love to Smooth
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Torrington takes Late Night Love to Smooth

GMG Radio is bringing Graham Torrington back to commercial radio with a new weekend show on Smooth Radio.

He’ll host the station’s new Sunday evening show – Late Night Love – previously heard on the GWR network and more recently BBC South West.

He starts in January on the Sunday 8pm – Midnight slot currently occupied by Dave Lincoln – who’ll move elsewhere on the schedule.

GMG Radio’s Group Programme Director John Simons said: “We’re delighted Graham is returning to commercial radio. His late night show was a huge success on GWR’s One Network in the 90’s and Noughties and I believe that Smooth Radio listeners will enjoy his distinctive style and dedicated approach to love and relationship issues”.

Graham added: “I’m thrilled to be joining Smooth Radio in the New Year working alongside some of the most talented broadcasters in the UK – Plus there is not a day that goes by without someone asking when is Late Night Love coming back on to my radio – well I’m pleased to say that day has arrived – there are lots of relationships issues to sort out so I can’t wait to get started.”



0 5 192 01 December, 2011 People News Thursday, December 1st, 2011

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5 comments

  1. Davewiggywiggins3

    Oh Well Well Well It Is Now Graham Torrington Late Night Love
    On Smooth Radio Now Has Graham Left  BBC Radio Gloucestershire And BBC Radio Bristol And BBC Radio Wiltshire And BBC Radio Bristol And BBC Somerset Sound For Smooth Radio Now I Do Think Smooth Should Have Got Simon Bates To Do A Love Show And Name It Our Tune That Would Have Been Good And So Much Better Then Graham Torrington Late Night Love

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    1. Sue51nov

      Missing Graham on Radio Gloucestershire. Saturday and Sunday night are just not quite the same without him. We now have Mark Seimens who is good to, but doesn’t seem to be a permanent fixture. I miss you Graham. sue51nov@hotmail.com

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