Alan Roberts Movies and Career Information

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Jul 19, 1946

Actor, Director and Producer

Alan Price-Roberts or Alan Roberts (born 19 July, 1946) is a British radio presenter, producer and actor. Originally from Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Roberts made his radio debut at 19 with a short stint on Radio England as Rob Allen and a couple of programmes on sister station Britain Radio under his real name. Roberts was the station programme director with The Voice of Peace during a journey through the Suez Canal in January 1976. Founded by Jewish businessman Abie Nathan, the "Peace Ship" broadcast highly successfully to millions of Israeli and Arab listeners from the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Tel Aviv. It was staffed by a multi-national group of mainly Christian DJs and crew members, and gave several young broadcasters their first taste of radio. He first started broadcasting on British radio in 1977 at BBC Radio Oxford, one of a generation of British broadcasters that included Timmy Mallett, David Freeman, Martin Stanford, Gary Richardson, Guy Michelmore and Peter Grant. After several years with the Radio Oxford, Alan joined Swansea Sound replacing John Sachs. He then moved to Severn Sound where he was Head of Music and their first voice on air. Subsequently he moved to

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