Sandy Warr

29 Ravensbury Road
SW18 4SA

07973 353928


Sandy was a student at the dancing school in what seems like a previous life – with happy memories of when Elizabeth Swan had to compete for attention with a woolf-whistling grey parrot which sat on the window sill of the dance studios during classes.

Sandy went to University in Hull before starting a Broadcasting career that has seen her brush shoulders with the famous and the infamous all over the world for the BBC and Commercial Broadcasters including Sky News, Fox News in America and Channel Five. She has been the ‘radio wife’ of some of the biggest names in the business including  Chris Tarrant on Capital Radio, Tony Blackburn , Simon Bates, Paul Ross,  and Sir David Frost. She has won international awards for reporting from Iraq in the Gulf war and political presenting from Westminster. Among the stars she has interviewed are Kylie Minogue, Stevie Wonder, Sting , George Michael and Sir Paul McCartney .  

Sandy also teaches at the country’s leading Broadcasting school at City University and works in the business world teaching speaking and presenting skills.

She hasn’t forgotten her dance training – She starred as Prince Charming in Cinderella at the Shaw Theatre on the Euston Road in London and cabaret productions at the Canal Café Theatre in Maida Vale. Her most recent theatrical adventure was to audition for Nancy  in the BBC television series “I’d do anything “ and she’s very proud of the fact that they let her sing the whole song  (some people got out two words ! )

Her mother still lives in Chelmsford so she is a regular visitor.

Updated September 2009