11 Facts About Ed Stewart

1. The Company announces that David Ed Stewart stepped down as Chief Operating Officer on 14 November 2018.

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2. From September 2008 Ed Stewart was the presenter of Mantovani concerts, featuring the Magic of Mantovani Orchestra, which took place at the Lighthouse in Poole, and at the Pavilion Theatre in Bournemouth.

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3. In 1975 Ed Stewart was inducted into the entertainment fraternity, the Grand Order of Water Rats.

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4. In February 2005, Ed Stewart took over the weekday afternoon show on Spectrum FM, an English-speaking radio station that broadcasts to Spain.

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5. In the summer of 1999, Ed Stewart was taken off the weekday afternoon slot, moving to his Sunday evening show from 5pm to 7pm.

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6. In 1995, Ed Stewart made radio history when he broadcast his Radio 2 show live from the summits of Ben Nevis and Snowdon, in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

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7. In 1980 Ed Stewart moved to Radio 2, presenting Family Favourites and the weekday afternoon programme from 2pm to 4pm.

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8. On 10 September 1973 Ed Stewart became the first presenter of Radio 1's Newsbeat programme.

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9. In 1968, Ed Stewart took over the weekend morning Junior Choice show, where he remained for a dozen years.

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10. In 1967, Ed Stewart became one of the first DJs to join Radio 1, presenting Happening Sunday and What's New.

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11. In July 1965 Ed Stewart became a DJ on the offshore radio station Radio London where he became a household name before the marine offences bill was passed, and was its chief DJ by the time it closed on 14 August 1967.

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