What is your favourite place in West Herts and why?
The Abbey; for its wonderful sense of holiness and history.
What would be your ideal day in West Herts?
Attending the 8 o’clock service in the Abbey, home for breakfast with my family, followed by a walk in Verulamium Park feeding the ducks with my wife and sons. Then, off to the studio to present the Radio Verulam Sunday Lunch, after that home for a good traditional roast dinner with a nice bottle of wine followed by some football on TV. In the evening meet up with friends to take in a few of the marvellous public houses here in West Herts.
What is was the best moment of your life so far?
Either my Wedding day or the births of my sons.
How did you end up on Radio Verulam?
I’d been working on and off on radio shows for nearly 16 years and was presenting for a few international stations from a studio here in St Albans when Radio Verulam launched on 92.6FM. I sent in a demo and within two weeks was presenting Saturday afternoons and then after four months found my ‘radio’ home on the Sunday Lunch.
What’s your favourite piece of music?
That’s hard as it’s always changing but if pushed I’d say Desire by U2.
If you could be another Radio Verulam presenter, who would it be and why?
Dave Ellis. He’s cheekier than me and also knows all about the technical bits and bobs. Plus he’s the King of Cheese!
Check out more about Jonny and the show on http://jonnyseabrook.blogspot.com