Paul presents the late show six nights a week, sitting in the now famous broken chair. From Monday to Friday he likes nothing better than catching up on the gossip from across the South - in fact he insists that before anyone calls, they twitch their net curtains.
On a Sunday night, Paul opens the music club. He has access to one of the largest music libraries in the world. If there's a song that you've been trying in vain to track down, the chances are Paul can find it. Even if you can only hum the chorus or know the first line, he's sure he can find it.
Paul is a fully trained croupier, working in a posh London casino and later a night club DJ. He’s known as an authority on soul music.
But the cheeky side of the man they call the Kenneth Williams of BBC Radio Solent also attracts a young following too. And to quote the 70s advertising jingle, Paul is as versatile as an egg.
Paulie Fact: Paul was almost a TV presenter. He was approached by the company that made Channel 4's 'Big Breakfast' but decided that radio was his only love!
Listen to Paul every weekday evening from 10pm–1am.