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Phil Trow (born Manchester, 9 September 1966 [1]) is a broadcaster in North West England and has worked in radio for over 20 years. Phil began broadcasting on a Hospital radio station, Radio Wishing Well, at then named Park Hospital in Davyhulme, Manchester (Other DJ's included Simon Parkin and Becky Want) He started his professional career at Signal Radio in Stoke at the age of 19 before joining the BBC in 1990. Whilst at Signal Radio, he had a Number One record in Staffordshire with the 'Telethon Rap' along with fellow presenter Lee Finan. Robbie Williams worked alongside Phil and the two were to meet up later when Phil was the first radio presenter to play a Take That record (Do what you like). He worked for BBC GMR for 15 years before moving to BBC Radio Lancashire in 2003. Whilst with BBC GMR he was part of the team that won a Sony award for coverage of the Manchester bomb. In 2006 he began presenting the BBC Radio Lancashire Sunday morning programme with Sally Bankes.[1] Phil was announced as the new BBC Radio Derby Breakfast Show presenter in March starting the programme on 6 April 2010. Previous to this he had worked as a freelance for the station for 6 months. Phil has worked as a 'warm up' man for CBBC working on programmes like Get your own back. He is a regular presenter for the BBC Exhibitions working on Gardeners World Live and the Good Homes Show and is a voice over artist in the North West. On television, he has worked on Men and Motors and presented Children in Need and is a presenter of Channel M Breakfast on Channel M.[citation needed] He supports and works for Blackpool FC at Bloomfield Road. References ^ a b "Phil Trow". Radio Lancashire. January 26, 2006.  Persondata Name Trow, Phil Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 September 1966 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This British biographical article related to radio is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e