Andy Judd

    Andy was born in St.Blazey in Cornwall, and grew up in Mevagissey, where he has said, ‘was an incredible privilege and experience to have a childhood’.

    He initially got interested in radio by listening to it as he grew up and got fascinated in the production and mechanics of it from the studio side.  Having an older sister who was a keen record collector, he soon caught the bug and did the same and soon experimented with turntables and tapes in his bedroom at home.  He then started doing discos and expanded his record library at a fast rate!

    He started his broadcasting career with Truro Hospital Radio in 1981 where he stayed for four years. After he moved to Devon in 1986, he joined the hospital radio station in Exeter, where he is still  a member.  He joined Bay FM in 2007, and has presented several different types of programmes over the years.  He has been the weekend breakfast presenter at Bay FM since it was an on-line station, through to when the full time licence was awarded.

    His hobbies, apart from radio, are collecting C.D.’s of which he has a large library, writing freelance, (eventually finishing a book he’d been working on for an age!) sea fishing, watching films, and catching up with his  children.

    He hasn’t had a television since 2004, and isn’t on-line at home, feeling that they aren’t a necessity and  his life is more productive without them.

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    Schedule

    • Ben Clark

      7:00am - 10:00am

      Breakfast Show Sponsored by Home Instead

    • Ian Williams

      10:00am - 1:00pm

      Daytime Show Sponsored by Rose Lodge

    • Non Stop Pop

      1:00pm - 3:00pm

      Sponsored by The Clinton Arms

    Tide Times

    Today's Weather

    • Exmouth

      Sunny intervals

      High: 6°C | Low: 1°C

    • Sidmouth

      Sunny intervals

      High: 7°C | Low: 3°C

    • Exeter

      Sunny intervals

      High: 6°C | Low: 0°C

    • Dawlish

      Sunny

      High: 7°C | Low: 4°C

    What's On

    • Guided Bird Watching

      Our Guided Bird Watching Cruises are ideal for anyone who would like to see the many thousands of birds that migrate to the area during the autumn and winter months. Suitable for beginners and beneficial to experts these cruises have a full commentary throughout from ornithologists Dave Smallshire and Derek Carter. You will discover and learn all about the species, habitat and behaviours of the thousands of birds on the Exe Estuary and East Devon Coast. The award-winning Chunk of Devon pasties – both steak and vegetarian – are available to pre-order and the hot and super tasty Rod & Bens organic soup is available on board.

      at Stuart Line Cruises
    • Exmouth Country Market - 8.30 til 11.30am

      Cooperative market selling cakes, meals, savouries, preserves, eggs, plants, crafts, vegetables and fruit. All home made and locally produced

      at The Glenorchy Hall
    • Karaoke

      Karaoke at The Clinton Arms Every Saturday from 8pm with Dave Commer

      at The Cliton Arms