Former BBC presenter Jason Rosam to host Riverside Radio Breakfast

Former BBC Radio London presenter, Jason Rosam is to present Battersea based Riverside Radio’s Breakfast Show.

Previously at BBC Radio London for 16 years, Jason left the station in January. He also presented shows and news bulletins on stations including Smooth, Time 107.8, Eagle Radio, County Sound and Oxford’s Jack FM.

Jason founded Riverside Radio ten years ago and is still the station’s Managing Director.

Battersea Power Station will be the lead sponsor for the community radio station’s revamped Breakfast Show hosted by Jason, which will launch on Monday 11th March at 7am with an outside live broadcast from the London landmark.

Three of the station’s presenters will join Jason on the show –  Alison Palmer, who set up the local Walk and Talk Movement as a response to the pandemic and is the co-founder of the charity, Book Clubs in Schools; former health and beauty magazine editor, Ali Ineson, and comedian and impressionist Suzi Wild, a finalist on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent in 2022.

Jason said: “I’m over the moon my new breakfast show has been sponsored so generously by the magnificent Battersea Power Station. I’m looking forward to putting my alarm on and getting up early again after a few months off air!

“The new breakfast show will champion life in south west London. I want to showcase the incredible diversity of the people living within our four boroughs of Richmond, Wandsworth, Merton and Lambeth and tell their stories.

“We’ll have lots of fun and interaction as well as updating listeners with all the local news, sport, weather and traffic and playing the best music.”