Anthony Davis is a commercial radio broadcaster and former BBC announcer whose voice talent has secured him some of the biggest live TV events in entertainment such as the Royal Variety Performance, Comic Relief night and the Commonwealth Games. For almost a decade his nightly phone-in programme on LBC Radio was the most popular late show in London. You may also have heard his show on Jazz FM, and since 2014 as drive time host of Smooth Radio. Unusually, he started out as a child actor and stage performer and in this podcast tells us his story.
In this interview he tells me about spending time in the cast of Grange Hill, having dinner with Woody Allen, shirt-shopping with Curtis Stigers, warming up for Nina Simone and why Michael Bublé rang his mum.