Tom Levins

Tom began his career in media in unique circumstances. He began presenting and producing a radio show on behalf of his secondary school, at an online community radio station, RedShift Radio. After leaving school, Tom remained presenting his own drivetime show at RedShift for a number of years. He then enrolled at Stoke-on-Trent College, where he studied Radio Production and took a lead presenting role and also a newsreading role at the college's online station, Heatwave Radio. Whilst doing this, he also joined the daytime presenting team at 6 Towns Radio - Staffordshire's largest community radio station. After graduating from college, in 2017 he enrolled at the University of Salford, and is currently studying for a degree in TV and Radio.

In his short time at University, he has joined the University's official student station, Shock Radio, and has already secured a Saturday breakfast show and was given a Senior Producing role for Saturday morning programming. He was nominated for an "I Love Student Radio Award" for "Outstanding Contribution to a Student Radio Station" in April 2018.

In April 2018, Tom was elected by his fellow members of Shock Radio as Head of Imaging for the 2018/19 academic year. His most recent achievements include winning at the station's internal annual 'Shock Awards':

Tom was also one of the five nominees for the 'Best Male' Award.

On Twitter, he describes himself as: “Radio Presenter. Freshly graduated @SalfordUni and looking for opportunities within the industry. Views entirely my own.”

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Tom was a Head of Station Imaging at Shock Radio from 25 May 2018 to 1 January 2019.

Tom was a Presenter at Shock Radio from 21 October 2017 to June 2018.

Tom was a Senior Producer/Presenter at Shock Radio from 3 February 2018 to 25 May 2018.

Tom was a Presenter: The Malbank Senior School Run, Tuesday Shake-Up and Turbo Youth at RedShift Radio from April 2012 to July 2017.

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