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Trevor and Gemma profile

The duo

Trevor and Gemma

Trevor and Gemma's on-air relationship began in November 2008 when Gemma took over from former co-host Zena.

Since that time they have brought their own unique blend of off-the-wall humour, hot gossip and the biggest new tunes to the bleary-eyed morning airwaves of the nation including a 1Xtra Breakfast Tour of the UK.

Trevor Nelson

Trevor Nelson

Trevor joined Radio 1 in 1996 to present the first national RnB radio show and is a pioneer in the UK Urban scene, winning Best DJ at the Mobo awards 3 times.

He started DJing at an early age and began his career on pirate radio station Kiss in 1985. In 1990 the station became Kiss FM and Trevor became a director and daytime DJ for the station.

Prior to becoming a DJ he worked for record labels Cooltempo and EMI, promoting artists such as D'Angelo and Lynden David Hall, whom he signed.

On top of his heavy DJ schedule Trevor has released five compilation albums and presented MTV's longest-running show, The Lick, for ten years.

In 2002 he was awarded an MBE for his services to charity and in 2010, he won the Sony Gold Award.

Gemma Cairney

Gemma Cairney

Former Brit School pupil Gemma began her radio career at Channel 4 Radio, interviewing bands from all of the biggest summer festivals in 2007, before moving on to Kiss in 2008, where she covered the Kiss 100 Breakfast Show for two weeks.

She was also a roving reporter on the BBC's coverage of the 2009 Glastonbury Festival and has presented alongside Alexa Chung and Henry Holland on the T4 show, Frock Me.

Out of the studio, Gemma is a fashion stylist and has styled the likes of BRIT-nominated Florence and The Machine, The Pigeon Detectives and The Sugababes.

She featured in Company Magazine's 'One to Watch for 2009' and also made the top 100 list in the Red Pages, the online media contacts service for the TV and casting world.

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