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Nick Ferrari

British radio presenter

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Nicolo Ferrari is a British radio host, television presenter and broadcast journalist. He is best known as the host of the weekday breakfast show on the London-based radio station LBC and, with 1.3 million daily listeners, is currently the most-listened-to host on LBC. He also has a regular column in the Sunday Express and was previously a regular guest on The Alan Titchmarsh Show. He regularly appears on ITV's programme This Morning and has presented the Sky News debate show The Pledge since 2016.

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β€˜Let’s not blow it’ – Boris Johnson makes plea ahead of lockdown easing [Video]

β€˜Let’s not blow it’ – Boris Johnson makes plea ahead of lockdown easing

Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to host Nick Ferrari and urges the public not to "blow it" by flouting social distancing restrictions on the weekend that pubs in England reopen to the public.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:00Published
Michael Gove has driven 'on occasion' to test eyesight [Video]

Michael Gove has driven 'on occasion' to test eyesight

Michael Gove told LBC he had driven to check his eyesight, but he was "not an authority of driving" as it had taken him seven times to pass his test. When Nick Ferrari put it to Cabinet Minister..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:20Published
Priti Patel: I would be comfortable sending my child to school in June [Video]

Priti Patel: I would be comfortable sending my child to school in June

Home Secretary Priti Patel speaks to LBC Radio presenter Nick Ferrari, and says she would be comfortable sending her child to primary school in June, as the Government seeks to ease Covid-19 lockdown..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:19Published

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