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Bobbie Pryor[1] is a British radio presenter who currently reads the traffic news on BBC Radio 2 on weekday afternoons. Sally Boazman aka Sally Traffic weekends Pryor has previously worked as Venus on Invicta FM co-presenting the 9pm to 1am show in the early 1990s with Chris Ryder (during his Caesar The Boogieman days) and later with his replacement Ian Collins this time under her real name. From 1998-99 she presented The Academy on Wire FM, a one hour Saturday evening programme which was co-presented by media students at Warrington College, and also did occasional swing shifts.

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  1. ^ REVEALED: THE FACES BEHIND THE VOICES Nikki Murfitt Sunday Express 16 March 2008



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UK Express
Sun, 16 Mar 2008 08:46:51 -0700

Travel reporter Bobbie Pryor enjoys her rapport with listeners. “You couldn't have the closeness if you worked on TV,” she says. Lynn Bowles likes all the teasing but is serious about her traffic role. “A lot of people rely on us and you can't take ...

STV Edinburgh

STV Edinburgh
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 08:17:57 -0700

Holly Mitchell and Lynsey Blackburn, 36, are the design duo behind Totty Rocks, the Edinburgh boutique who now regularly create bespoke pieces for clients such as the First Minister, Lorraine Kelly and Bobbie Pryor. (Nicola Sturgeon). via STV.
 
Daily Mail
Thu, 17 Jan 2013 04:45:46 -0800

Then we have wonderful Graham Norton and wonderful Tony Blackburn, very much alive and enthusiastic about what they are presenting to us, jovial banter with Bobbie Pryor, the traffic icon etc. Another DJ who needs pensioning off is Terry Wogan - his ...

Bedfordshire News

Bedfordshire News
Thu, 05 Sep 2013 09:58:24 -0700

ZOE Ball and the BBC Radio 2 team failed in their attempts to break a world record attempt for most high fives in a minute in a vertical wind tunnel yesterday (September 5) at Bodyflight in Milton Ernest. However, after Ball left, a team of three ...
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