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An audio of the late DJ Peter Johns doing his thing on Radio 3

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DJ Peter Johns

An audio of the late DJ Peter Johns doing his thing on Radio 3. Peter Johns a former disc jockey for radio 3, now PowerFM, died on Monday night in the United Kingdom where he was now based.

Here we present audio of DJ PJ or the Radio Driver, as he was popularly known, during his days at Radio 3. He died in the United Kingdom on Monday evening. Peter Johns, who was affectionately known by such sobriquets as “PJ Your DJ” or “The Radio Driver”, hosted the Midday Jam on Radio 3 (now Power FM) in Zimbabwe. He left the station in 2002.

He was now based in the United Kingdom at the time of his death where he continued as club DJ, internet radio broadcaster and host at many functions, especially those involving Zimbabweans in the diaspora.

Peter’s health has been failing. According to Mark, his eldest son: “Peter was in a South London hospital after succumbing to three strokes and a heart attack. This was not the first time Peter was hospitalised. In 2010 he suffered a mild cardiac arrest and was operated on.

Peter Johns spent over 20 memorable years on the club scene and as a radio DJ. In that time, Peter established himself as a popular radio DJ with programmes like Weekend Love and Mellow Madness. PJ, as he was also affectionately known, honed his studio skills in Zimbabwe and eventually gained notice from top touring jockeys, relocating to the UK in 2002 where he pursued studies in Digital Radio Broadcasting and Packaging.

Source – Pindula News

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