Jeremy knew that he wanted to work in radio from a very young age and got his first taste for radio when he was 11.
He wrote to BBC TV's "Jim'll Fix It" programme, but his letter somehow ended up in the mailbag of the BBC's Network Radio Editor David Hatch who thought it was a great idea and put the wheels in motion.
Jimmy Saville fixed it for him to become a national radio presenter with Gloria Hunniford on BBC Radio 2.
Jeremy studied Media and French at university in Leeds and at Angers University in the Loire Valley in France
His dad was a pilot in the RAF, and his grandparents lived in Selby, which meant Jeremy spent a great deal of time in North Yorkshire when he was growing up.
Ironically his wife Sharon grew up in nearby Cawood, where they now live with their children Molly and Thomas, although they don't remember meeting when younger!
Jeremy lives in Cawood with his family, where he is also a Governor at the village Primary School.
You can get in touch with Jeremy now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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