Third Eye Radio Presenter - Trevor John

Radio Presenter Trevor John
They said only one man could save radio, but that man was busy. And this was how Trevor John got his break. Those who have followed his career closely feel his arrival behind a microphone was unnecessarily accelerated by a good 30 years. He apologies.

However, with looks that have matured less than gracefully into the perfect face for radio, he arrived – not with a loud bang, but rather more with a soft plop.

As the anchor and producer of the Third Eye on Radio London International, his wry, irreverent and sometimes outrageously witty perspective on life, has endeared him to very many fans - not only across Britain, but Europe too.

With superb intonation and a rich, deep brown voice that charms, sooths and woos the listeners, especially women, not surprisingly, he’s also voiced commercials.

This writer, commentator and soon to be novelist can now add ‘accomplished live broadcaster’ to his growing list of media credits.

Corporate Affairs Writer

Trevor spent over 20 years spent working as a freelance corporate affairs writer/video programme producer and writer producer of radio commercials.

Often working at main board level for many bluechip companies, projects ranged from major car launches, to writing about the History of the Jewish Diaspora for the respected Beth Hatefutsoth Museum in Tel Aviv.

He has also worked with several government ministers as a speechwriter.

TV Programme Maker

He was also director of Media Futures, a broadcast and corporate film and video production company that undertook a number of broadcast TV commissions as well as working in the corporate sector.

Commissions included a major six part series for ITV on women police officers (highlighted in the ITC annual report of that year as excellent example of cross regional programming), as well as documentaries on minicab drivers, pantomime and the ‘banana wars’ between the United States and Europe.


Trevor has recently completed the River’s Dead, a crime novel set against the background of the River Thames and the officers of the Metropolitan Police’s Thames Division.

He has also completed The Middle Aged Meat Market (And How To Survive It), a light hearted and sometimes poignant book about dating when you’re divorced and middle aged.



To check out Trevor’s voiceovers click here