Printer Friendly

Derby 2001: Bromley prepared for well-earned retirement.

While one BBC commentator marks a new milestone, another is bowing out. For Peter Bromley is due to hang up his microphone after describing what will be his 40th Derby.

Following a 41-year career as BBC Radio's voice of racing, Bromley, 72, embarks on a well-earned retirement, leaving

behind his Epsom grandstand eyrie.

Although hoping to call home one of Barry Hills's four runners, it is a safe bet Bromley's allegiance will not be detected by listeners around the globe, many of whom are familiar with him from his BBC World Service broadcasts.

"When the Derby runners have gone past the post, I'll sit back and probably regret my retirement," said Bromley, who will be succeeded by Lee McKenzie.

CAPTION(S):

Peter Bromley Final broadcast
COPYRIGHT 2001 MGN LTD
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2001 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jun 9, 2001
Words:125
Previous Article:Derby 2001: No effort being spared for TV coverage.
Next Article:McGrath set for new peak in BBC role.


Related Articles
BROMLEY CROSSES FINISHING LINE.
Plaudits for a true stalwart; Commentator John Hunt pays tribute to Peter Bromley on his retirement.
Lysaght has radio role confirmed.
RACING: Peter Bromley dies.
Racing: Bromley dies at 74.
Racing's Bromley dies at 74.
Death of legendary racing broadcaster Peter Bromley.
Voice of authority unafraid to stand by his convictions.

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2019 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters