Keith talks Otis Redding from 10pm.
Ever-youthful Keith Warmington joined BBC Radio Bristol as a freelancer back in 1983. Since then the Cornishman has since become a mainstay of the station team.
And Cornishman Keith has since become a mainstay of the Radio Bristol team.
He is equally at home with a microphone, a harmonica or a bottle of Chardonnay - and, on occasions, all three.
Keith has performed live with John Martyn, Andy Fairweather-Low, Al Perkins and Kevin Montgomery.
He can be seen regularly in the Bristol area performing alongside local musicians Kit Morgan, Stuart Gordon and Rick Payne.
In the summer of 2001, he released his first CD - Life by the Scenic Route - with all but two tracks self-penned.
Other strings to his metaphorical bow include playing harmonica in backing music for TV productions, like Naked Nashville, and films made by the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol.
Keith also does occasional voiceovers for film and video in his inimitable baritone burr.
In 2001, this one-time schoolteacher was awarded Top Local Broadcaster of the Year by Venue magazine.
Keith is always comfortable talking to people, whether on-air, on a bar stool or in a packed theatre.
His easy-going wit and red wine-enriched voice have become a familiar hallmark of the radio station.
You can hear Keith on weekdays between 10pm and 1am, Monday to Thursday.
last updated: 29/08/07