Sunday 9am – 12pm / Monday 3-5pm
Having a background of playing one of the brothers in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat at school, Jools found a love for music and performing.
He has had careers with engineering and in a care profession, before following his brother’s footsteps (Floyd London from the ’90s band The Almighty) into music.
Jools started out with performing stand-up comedy a few years ago and, loving the connection with an audience, decided to give radio a try, finding a love for both the music and the combination of being in a studio while entertaining.
Jools’ passions in life are connecting with people, comedy, sport and the wonderful listeners of Pulse 98.4.
How would you describe your show?
An eclectic mix of different genres of music old and new to help you through your day with the craziness of one or two friends.
Favourite band / artist?
Peppercorn steak in a relaxed Italian Restaurant
Where is your favourite place you’ve ever visited?
Glencoe – for the stunning scenery
Where is your dream holiday destination?
What three celebrities or historical figures would you invite to your fantasy dinner party?
Billy Connolly, Bill Bailey, Neil Peart
What item would you take if you were cast away to a desert island?
Sum yourself up in three words
Quirky, likeable, different.
What’s been your favourite moment at Pulse 98.4?
Having the honour to present on Remembrance Sunday and pay respect to the armed forces community.
What’s your funniest on-air story?
Oh hard to choose, I think it was mentioning to the station manager that the screen on the PC in the studio wasn’t working when the PC hadn’t been switched on.