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Bob Eagle presents the following radio shows:
  • VENTURE RADIO "Hits of the Sixties" on Tuesdays from 1-2pm (UK time) - repeated Thursday at 2-3am (UK time). Listen in online. If you have a request you can let Bob know on Twitter.

    Bob also invites you to share your own memories of the 60s, by email or Twitter. He will share the best of them on his show.

  • HOSPITAL RADIO DGH: "My Kind of Music" on Saturdays from 6-8pm. You can listen online.
  • HOSPITAL QA RADIO "My Kind of Music" on Mondays from 2-3pm. You can listen online.
  • HOSPITAL QA RADIO "Sunday Morning Worship" (your favourite good old hymns) on Sundays from 10-11am - repeated on Mondays from 10-11pm. You can listen online.
  • HEAVENS ROAD FM The "Sunday Morning Worship" show on QA Radio is repackaged as "Sunday Praise" and broadcast on Sundays at 6am, noon, 6pm and midnight and on Mondays at 7am, 1pm, 7pm and 1am (Tuesday). You can listen online.
  • ELASTIC FM The "Sunday Morning Worship" show on QA Radio is repackaged as "Sunday Praise" and broadcast on Sundays at noon. You can listen online.

Bob (who is also a physicist) has a Physics YouTube channel with a variety of videos on subjects taught in Physics courses at GCSE, A Level and undergraduate level. Press here for a list of videos and here to go to the YouTube site.

Videos are organised into playlists:
A Level Physics Revision
GCSE Physics Revision
A Level Physics Exam Questions Examples
Atomic Physics
Electricity & Magnetism
Particle Physics
Nuclear Physics
Classical Mechanics
Special & General Relativity
Quantum Mechanics


Bob Eagle is a professional musician, singer and entertainer. These days he focuses mainly on radio shows and includes one of his own songs in each show.

You can catch extracts from his show on his music YouTube channel


Bob is booked from time to time to do consultancy work which picks up on his skills in leadership, management, communication, presentation, policy analysis, assessment interviewing and investigations work. As well as his knowledge of matters associated with criminal justice, immigration, broadcasting and the media.


Bob Eagle was indeed employed by the Crown. You can find out more about the day job here.

Senior Civil Service roles included: Head of Home Office Finance, Head of Crime and Disorder Bill Team, Director of National Asylum Support Service, Head of Sentencing Reform, Head of Nationality Bill Team, Head of Customs and International Trade, Director of Asylum Casework Directorate. He was also Secretary of Committee on Financing the BBC (Peacock Committee 1986) and Secretary of Review of Press Self-Regulation (Calcutt Review 1993).