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Jimmy had a job as an insurance rep when Radio Scotland launched but he also worked part-time as a volunteer on hospital radio in Edinburgh.
Fascinated by the new station, he did not waste any time. Managing Director Tommy Shields commissioned him to present The Hospital Half-Hour request show each week.
Following the closure, he applied to join the BBC in Glasgow.
At that time it was intended to continue broadcasting from the new base but Roy Bates came up with another plan.
He died in his sleep just a couple of weeks later, on the 3rd July 2004, aged 70. (Jimmy was of enormous assistance to in the early days of this website and was the first DJ to allow us to include photographs dating from his offshore career. He left school at 15 and did a number of different jobs before settling on joining the fire brigade.