In May 2002, Jonathan left Capital Gold sport after 15 years to join BBC Radio 5 Live. In August 2003 he became the presenter of 5 Lives weekday show Sport on Five. Jonathan joined the Match of the Day commentating team in August 2004 and writes a regular, weekly sports column for the Sunday Mirror.2004-present MATCH OF THE DAY – Commentator.
2002-2005 BBC RADIO 5 LIVE – Commentator, presenter (‘Sport on Five’, ‘606’ domestic and international football).
2002-2003- BBC LONDON 94.9fm – Host of Friday football preview show.
2001-2004 CHANNEL 5 Jonathan Pearce’s Football Night.
1997-2004 CHANNEL 5 – Football Commentator (domestic and international).
1997-2003 BBC & FiveMentorn Robot Wars. Commentator and voice over.
1997 – LWT – Up for the Cup.
1996 – GRANADA TALK TV – Sports Talk.
1991 – SKY TV – Freelance reporter Commentator Presenter The Footballers Football Show, JPs SPs.
1987-2002- CAPITAL RADIO – Sports EditorCommentator Sportstime ‘Glory Days’, ‘One to One’ and documentaries.
1986-1987 – BBC RADIO 2 LOCAL RADIO NETWORK, London.
1984-1986 – RADIO WESTGWR, BRISTOL – Sports Editor.
1984 – SOUTHERN SOUND RADIO – Sports Editor.
1983-1984 – RADIO WEST, BRISTOL – Sports Editor.
1980-1983 – BBC RADIO BRISTOL – Freelance football reporter.
NATIONAL BROADCASTING SCHOOL (Awarded the annual scholarship for an intensive post graduate journalism and broadcasting course).
2002-present SUNDAY MIRROR – Jonathan Pearce Sport Column.Awards
2001 SONY RADIO AWARDS NOMINATION Best Sports Coverage (Capital)
1996 SONY RADIO AWARDS Best Sports Commentator
1993 NEW YORK RADIO FESTIVAL BRONZE MEDAL Best Sports Programme
1992 SONY RADIO AWARD Best Sports Programme Of The Year
NEW YORK RADIO FESTIVAL GOLD MEDAL Best Sports Commentary
1991 NEW YORK RADIO FESTIVAL SILVER MEDAL Best Sports Commentary
1990 SONY RADIO AWARDS Best Sports Programme Of The Year
NEW YORK RADIO FESTIVAL GOLD MEDALS
BEST SPORTS COMMENTARY
BEST SPORTS MAGAZINE PROGRAMME
1989 SONY RADIO AWARDS Best Sports Programme NominationJonathan Pearce’s other work has included voice overs for various video productions, radio & TV ads and tv programmes including BT Cellnet, Heineken, The Sun, Tennents Pilsner, Daily Telegraph, Carling, Sugar Puffs, Snickers, Fuji, Trivial Pursuit, Coca Cola, Sony Playstation, Nutella, Cadburys, JJB Sports and ‘Footballers’ Wives’.
Matthew Willetts MA is the Director of Comicus who has over 35 years experience in television, film, theatre, and comedy club/cabaret entertainment, working as a performer, screenwriter, producer and agent. He lectured at Southampton Solent University in Comedy, Screenwriting, Television, Theatre & Radio. Matthew can sometimes be seen and heard on TV & Radio and often quoted in the national press and media publications. As well as speaking regularly at festivals and industry conferences, he has been a judge at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Montreux Television Festival.
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