Henry Kelly's famed as the face of TV shows like Going For Gold and Game For A Laugh. Now he brings his wit and insight to BBC Radio Berkshire, weekdays from 10am til 1pm - not forgetting his contact books. Henry knows everyone.
There's no sharper mind at BBC Radio Berkshire than that of Henry Kelly.
Henry's on air from 10am til 1pm each weekday, looking through the papers and finding out more about what's going on in the county of Berkshire.
See photos of Henry chatting to fellow celebs at the Chelsea Flower Show 2008:
What makes you laugh?
"Dad's Army, The Two Ronnies and Father Ted. I was invited to take part in Father Ted when it first began and I turned it down - arghh!"
What has been your most embarrassing moment on air?
"When I worked on TV:AM we were doing live coverage of Mrs Gandhi's funeral, and I was doing the commentary in a very solemn manner, then I said, "And these pictures are coming LIVE from Air India."
What were your most memorable jobs before working for BBC Radio Berkshire?
"Working as a reporter for Radio 4's World Tonight and literally travelling around the world two or three times. Amongst other stories, I worked on the American election coverage and refugee problems in South East Asia and Africa.
"Game for a Laugh and Going for Gold are my TV highlights."
What's your favourite piece of music?
last updated: 18/07/2008 at 12:34
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