Ken Bruce (II)
Best known for his long running BBC Radio 2 shows, Ken Bruce began his media career in hospital radio before becoming an announcer for BBC Scotland.
His first regular radio gig on BBC Radio 2 came in 1984 with the Saturday Late Show. He took over the breakfast show the following year when Terry Wogan left to further pursue his television career.
In 1988, he became the radio commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest for Radio 2.
He is also a regular in the 'Dictionary Corner' on Channel 4's 'Countdown'.
He had four sons and two daughters and is currently married to his third wife.
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