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David was presented with the Country Music Association's prestigious International Broadcaster Award in 2002.He has also been an announcer on the History Channel and written a column for Country Music People magazine.
A few months later, he sent for Mike to help him and together two of the northern station's biggest stars revitalised Caroline South.
When station boss Ted Allbeury took over the ship-based Radio 355, the following year, David went with him but life on a boat was not to his taste and he did not stay long.
Since the pirates, he has specialised in country music programmes, working for British Forces Broadcasting, the BBC and commercial radio.
Mike left Caroline in spring 1967 to make sure he was at the head of the queue when BBC Radio One opened for business. He was one of the original team but, sadly, did not stay long. After this one appearance on the BBC Mike moved to Australia and worked on a number of stations there including 4BC, 6PM, 3UZ, 2KO and 7HT.
On 8th October 1967 Mike co-hosted his one and only Radio One programme, the second edition of Top Gear. He returned to the UK in 1988 and was heard on Essex Radio, Radio Aire, Piccadilly Radio, Capital Gold, Country-1035, North Norfolk Radio and others.