Gary Wilkinson, a former Atlantic 252 radio host, died at the age of 50 after a brief illness. Gary spent the majority of his career in radio, working for Sun FM, Metro, TFM, Wyvern, Galaxy North East and Manchester, MFM, Real Radio, the BBC, and others.
He went by many different on-air names in the UK and around the world, including Pizzaman on Atlantic 252 and Mojo/Nick Jordan on Galaxy.
In the mid-1990s, he began his radio career at Wear FM in Sunderland and later spent a year in Canada on CKNG Power 92 in Edmonton, Alberta and Power 107.
In recent years, he has worked as a freelancer for the BBC as well as at local community and commercial radio stations in his native North East.
Merge 104.8 Muscat, All Oldies Radio, Holiday FM, Zetland FM, YO1 and Frisk Radio all played his voice.
On Sunday morning, Gary’s cousin posted the sad news on Facebook, saying, “Sadly late Friday night 28/10/2022 my fabulous cousin Gary Wilkinson passed away after a short illness.”
“He was with family and will live on in our hearts and memories forever. Gary was my favourite cousin and a friend.
“It has come as a shock to us all. Please respect his family at this time xxxx.”
Frisk Radio posted this message on social media: “It is with great sadness that we confirm the passing of Frisk Radio presenter Nick Jordan (Gary Wilkinson).
“Gary was a highly-experienced and well-respected presenter at Frisk, and before joining the team, had worked for countless other North East and national radio stations.
“Gary passed away late on Friday night after a short illness. Our thoughts and deepest condolences to his family.”
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