James Max leaves LBC 97.3 as contract ends
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James Max leaves LBC 97.3 as contract ends

LBC 97.3 Weekend presenter James Max has announced on Twitter that he’s left the station after seven years on-air.

James Max tweeted this afternoon: “A wonderful 7 1/2 years. Sadly, all good things come to an end. Not my choice. But, for now, it’s goodbye to you at the weekends and to LBC.”

He then followed it up with: “Gosh. What a lot of nice messages. Thank you. I’ll miss you too,” after a number of listeners wished him well.

A spokesperson for LBC 97.3 told RadioToday.co.uk: “After seven years with the station, James Max has left LBC 97.3 at the end of his contract. We wish him every success for the future and would like to thank him for his enthusiasm and contribution during his time with us.”

James previously worked for talkSPORT before he joined LBC in 2006 presenting a weekly business show and has recently covered for Nick Ferrari at Breakfast.

He’s known for his television work too, having been a runner up on The Apprentice and a regular on the newspaper reviews slot on Sky News.

Earlier this year breakfast journalist Susan Bookbinder and drivetime host James Whale also announced their departures.

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