Graeme’s been in the radio industry for over 15 years now after starting on the air as a 16 year old at Juice FM in Liverpool. From here he made his way to the Galaxy Network where he hosted the market-leading drive show from Leeds for about four years starting at the age of 19 and then leaving for Xfm London aged 23 to host shows in London and across the network. He moved onto the original Virgin Radio UK at 25 and then Absolute Radio.
He also had a brief spell hosting shows and making contributions to UK news-talk station LBC as well as some reporting and producing for mens hour on BBC Five Live.
He is now the drive host back in his home city of Liverpool where he has relaunched the station he began his career on as Capital Liverpool.
Graeme launched Al Gore’s Current TV in the UK and was one of the main face of the UK satellite and cable TV station, hosting his own daily show from for two years. It’s here that Graeme made documentaries about gay identity and the global drugs trade that received critical acclaim in the Guardian. He also filmed shows from Current TV’s LA base for the US network.
Graeme has interviewed some of the worlds biggest stars and hosted his show live backstage and anchored coverage from V-Festival on Virgin Radio, hosted the main stage at Wireless Festival in London’s Hyde park and since 2016 has been one of the main presenters for Fusion Festival Liverpool on the main stage and on air on Capital.
He is also one of the voices used by ASDA for their in store radio station across their UK supermarkets chain heard by over 19 million customers and 175,00 staff.
He hosts an LGBTQ+ podcast called Outcast UK aimed at an open minded millennial/GenZ audience and with a mission to bring open topics on issues such as gender identity, racism and HIV to a wider LGBTQ+ audience. The podcast won critical acclaim for its unfiltered and educational approach to unconventional subjects and recieved millions of views in its first month on Tik Tok. During lockdown in 2020, Graeme started the NTR Podcast with Dylan Evans. In the first 6 months of episodes the podcast gained over 5 million views on social media with its unique take on a rapidly changing world during a confusing time.