David Rodigan

Born 24 June 1951

The combination of his broadcasting skill and passion for the music have made Rodigan one of the world's most respected reggae aficionados.

Beginning his reggae broadcasting career in 1978 on BBC Radio London, he moved to Capital Radio, where his shows were so popular that reggae promoters were said to have been afraid to put on events at the same time.

For the past 19 years, Rodigan has worked on Kiss FM, the former pirate station that now broadcasts nationally on digital radio. He has also been a regularly contributor to BFBS.



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