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Bowen returns to Lancashire

by RadioToday UK
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Jim Bowen is returning to BBC Radio Lancashire, the station he resigned from in 2002 after making a racist remark on air.

His return will be his second appearence on the station since the incident on his daily mid-morning show in October 2002. He is appearing as a guest on Sally Naden's morning programme, which will be performed in front of a live audience in the station's Radio Theatre in Blackburn.
Jim worked at Radio Lancashire from 1999 to 2003 but his on-air spell came to an abrupt end when he referred to a female training officer as a "nig-nog". Shortly afterwards he resigned from the station.
Tickets to watch the show are available at the [link=http://shows.external.bbc.co.uk/help/shows/sally_naden]Tickets for BBC Shows[/link] website.

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