Radio 2’s Ken Bruce and Capital FM’s Lisa Snowdon will present the Radio Academy’s Arqiva Hall of Fame Lunch at the Savoy in London next month.
This year’s inductees to the radio Hall of Fame will be announced shortly, ahead of the event on Thursday 12th December.
For the last couple of years it has been included as part of the Radio Festival in Salford, but for 2013 moves back to its traditional place as a pre-Christmas daytime event.
Paul Robinson, CEO of The Radio Academy, said: “Ken Bruce and Lisa Snowdon will make a brilliantly witty and entertaining radio pairing for ‘one lunchtime only’. We are delighted that two presenters at the top of their game, from BBC Radio 2 and Global’s Capital, are hosting what promises to be an amazing event.”
The Hall of Fame is the UK radio industry’s highest honour and is presented to broadcasters who have made an outstanding contribution to the sound of British radio and to British cultural life. The lunch provides a perfect opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate those voices that have brought inspiring and fascinating content to their audiences.
Last year’s inductees were Danny Baker, Sandi Toksvig, Helen Mayhew and Margherita Taylor.
Find out more about the event here.