Former BBC Midlands radio host Nonny James dies
Former BBC local radio presenter in the midlands, Nonny James, has died.
Nonny passed away on Friday after contracting coronavirus, although she’d been ill for some time. She was 69.
Nonny James presented an evening music show, Fretwork, broadcast regionally from BBC Hereford & Worcester to BBC Radio Shropshire and BBC Radio Stoke, and hosted the Sunday breakfast show on BBC Radio Shropshire, as well as covering daytime programmes in the early noughties.
She was also heard on other BBC Local Radio stations in the region.
BBC Radio Shropshire has paid tribute to Nonny today.
We're sad to have learned of the death of our former colleague Nonny James. She passed away on Friday after contracting covid-19, although she'd been ill for some time. Nonny presented an evening music show, Fretwork, the Sunday breakfast show and covered other programmes. RIP. pic.twitter.com/zCL2z2eEEW
— BBC Shropshire (@BBCShropshire) May 4, 2020