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Biography of Comedian, Voice of About Aberdeen TV Advert and Northsound 2 Radio Presenter and Disc Jockey John McRuvie
Aberdonian John McRuvie
lives in Kincorth and presents Northsound 2 Radio breakfast show from 6 am until 9 am weekdays. His relaxed and jovial down to earth manner is enjoyed by many across the North East of Scotland.
John McRuvie now presents the breakfast shows on Northsound 2 and also the Saturday afternoon show and Sunday evening radio shows.
You may have heard John's voice at the end of About Aberdeen's Grampian TV advert. You can watch and listen to it here
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John also performs comedy cabaret around the North East and is available for a range of activities. He appears at venues such as Cafe Drummonds Bar, Aberdeen in Comedy Capers
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Yule Britannia 2007
John McRuvie will be appearing live at the Britannia Hotel, Malcolm Road, Bucksburn in Aberdeen during the Yule Britannia 2007 show. Along with other Aberdonian comics Tony Littler
and Damien McLeod they will be performing comedy capers and dancing each Friday and Saturday night from the 30 November to the 22 December 2007. Ticket prices for Yule Britannia 2007 start at only £20 which includes a three course banquet meal. Accommodation at the Aberdeen Britannia Hotel is also offered at only £19.95 per person for bed and breakfast based on sharing a twin or double bedroom. Tickets will be on sale for the Yule Britannia 2007 from the 3 September and can be purchased from the Aberdeen Britannia Hotel reception desk from 10am until 7pm Monday to Friday or by calling the booking hotline on 01224 409955.
Contact John via the Northsound website at www.northsound2.com and click on the presenters tab at the top. On John's profile there is an e-mail link to contact him.
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John also co-presented the Sunday morning show from 10 am until 1 pm along with Paddy Burns. The mixture of Irish and Scot's humour blends into a fine banter laden show. Sadly Paddy Burns died in 2006 and he and their show is much missed.