Tony Snell in the Morning
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Tony joined BBC Radio Merseyside in December 1997. In the dim and distant past he's worked as a milkman and bricklayer but he eventually fulfilled his boyhood ambition of working in front of the microphone.
Snelly has interviewed people from all areas of the entertainment world from the legendary Tony Bennet to Bob Geldof and all in-between.
"The best stories always come from listeners though, real stories about real people," says Tony.
TONY SNELL BREAKFAST SHOW KIDS CONVOY RULES
Rules and terms of entry for BBC Radio Merseyside's Tony Snell Kids Convoy competition.
1. The competition is open to all school age children resident in the Radio Merseyside catchment area, which includes Merseyside, West Lancashire and Cheshire, except children of BBC employees and anyone connected with the competition. Entrants should be aged under 16.
2. The competition is run daily during the week at approximately 08.30 (8.20 – 8.50) in the Tony Snell show.
3. Entrants have to answer the question given out in the programme. Entry to the competition is by calling the number given out on the programme
4. Each phone call will be at standard network rate. Callers must have their parent/guardian and bill payer’s consent. Opening and closing times for calling will be stated during the programme. Calls made outside those times will not count as entries but may be charged.
5. All entrants must supply age, their telephone number and the area where they live.
6. The winning entrant each day will be the first correct entry selected at random after the closing time.
7. The winner will be announced during the Tony Snell programme each day and will be expected to take part live on air.
8. Only one entry is permitted per person per day.
9. The prize for each competition consists of a low value prize such as a cd, book or theatre ticket. The BBC reserves the right to substitute a suitable alternative prize if deemed necessary.
10. The prize is as stated. There is no cash alternative and it cannot be sold or transferred.
11. The BBC’s decision as to the winner is final. No correspondence relating to the competition will be entered into.
12. If the winner is unable to be contacted after reasonable attempts have been made the BBC reserves the right to either offer the prize to a runner up, or to re-offer the prize in any future BBC competition.
13. Entrants must agree to take part in any post-competition publicity if required.
14. The BBC reserves the right to disqualify any entries that breach these rules or are in any way fraudulent or inaudible. The BBC also reserves the right to cancel a competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, or if circumstances arise outside its control.
15. The BBC, its sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any telephone network or line, system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any entry being lost or not properly registered or recorded.
17. This competition is administered by the BBC and is subject to the law of England and Wales. http://www.bbc.co.uk/guidelines/editorialguidelines/page/guidelines-appendices-appendix-2-competitions