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Elly Fiorentini

Elly Fiorentini

Elly Fiorentini

Join Elly at Drivetime for the best way to catch up on what's happening in North Yorkshire. Read on to find out more about BBC Radio York's fiery Irish Italian!

Elly Fiorentini

Join Elly every weekday between 3pm and 7pm.

Listen to BBC Radio York: 103.7 FM, 95.5 FM and 104.3 FM plus 666 & 1260 MW and online.

Star sign:  Leo.

Born 'n' Bred:  York with an Irish Italian upbringing.

First memory:  Such a long time ago I can’t remember.

First record bought:  The album Separate Ways by Elvis Presley.

First job:  Working on a Sunday at Cooper’s newsagents in Acomb, York.

Little known fact about yourself:  I qualified as an aerobics instructor.

Favourite food and drink:  Chilled white wine (otherwise it gets sent back) and Veal Milanese.

Favourite place in the world:  County Donegal, The Amalfi Coast in Italy and Sydney.

Favourite place in North Yorkshire:  Anywhere by the sea!

Any pet hates:  Rude people!

What would your desert island luxury be: A rich man who can attend to my every need!

Best radio moment:  Interviewing former hostages Terry Waite and John McCarthy – not both at the same time.  John was released on my 28th birthday – I heard the news when I was walking along the shore on Lough Foyle in Ireland – I cried when I heard of his release.  It was a privilege to interview him and Terry.  

Who would be your dream co-presenter:  Phil Bodmer was my dream co host – but don’t tell him, he’s a telly tart now.  Nowadays – Miss Piggy.

If you weren’t a broadcaster what would you be:  A teacher.

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last updated: 22/06/2009 at 10:40
created: 14/12/2005

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