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Emma B
Emma Louise Boughton

(1970-11-27) 27 November 1970 (age 49)
Station(s)Magic 105.4 FM
Time slotAfternoons with Emma B Monday to Friday 1 pm – 5 pm
Time slotSaturdays 10 am – 1 pm;
CountryUnited Kingdom
Previous show(s)BBC Radio 1
Heart 106.2
Smooth Radio

Emma Louise Boughton (born 27 November 1970 in Oxford, Oxfordshire), better known as Emma B, is a radio presenter in the UK.[1]

Early career

Boughton's childhood was spent in Canada before moving to Birmingham, England as a teenager. She graduated from the University of Exeter with a BA in English and Drama, staying on as a sabbatical officer organising all the live events and skiing competitively for the university. She came 7th in the giant slalom in the British university championships.

Her first experience with radio was at the age of 7 as part of a drama on BBC Radio Oxford with Timmy Mallett. She worked at Radio Caroline (at Bristol dock) before writing articles for media magazines, which included Kerrang!. She also presented a daily children's show along with Timmy Mallet at Radio Oxford, where she was called Susan Zinc!


Emma joined BBC Radio 1 in April 1998, firstly presenting an Early Saturday morning show from 4 am to 7 am. In 1999, she took over the Saturday afternoon show from 1 pm to 3 pm alongside Sara Cox and the Sunday night/Monday morning overnight slot from 1 am to 4 am. In addition to that, in January 2000, she co-presented the Sunday Surgery show, alongside Dr. Mark Hamilton every Sunday evening from 9 pm to 11 pm. Sunday Surgery has dealt with social and health problems including sex, drugs, poverty and crime. She won 4 Sonys for the show and has been singled out as having saved lives through that show.

In September 2001, Emma took over Saturday Breakfast from 7 am to 10 am as well as the Sunday Surgery show. She continued with Saturday Breakfast until late 2003.

From 2004 to 2005, Emma also cropped up on BBC Radio 6 Music, filling in for various presenters such as Liz Kershaw, Gideon Coe, Vic McGlynn and Jane Gazzo.

She has also presented Top of the Pops for the BBC World Service.

Heart 106.2

Emma eventually quit Radio 1 in early 2005 and in August 2005 joined London's Heart 106.2, presenting a Sunday evening show from 7 pm to 10 pm. She then took over the weekday drivetime show alongside fellow DJ Greg Burns, and then moved to the 4 pm – 7 pm slot alone. Emma's show was the first female solo show to ever take the number one spot on the drivetime slot in the London area. During her time at Heart she has also occasionally presented shows for its sister station LBC as well as the BBC's Five Live service. She left Heart at the end of July 2009 to move with her family to Ibiza.

Other work

Emma was the voiceover for the safety video of former British charter airline Thomsonfly.

Emma also hosted a syndicated show All Time 100.....Greatest Songs which airs on a number of stations during the New Year holiday.

It was reported on 14 March 2011 that Emma will host a Sunday afternoon show on Smooth Radio from 27 March.[2]

Emma joined Magic 105.4 to cover Angie Greaves afternoon show In November 2016. Emma hosts her own show on Saturday 10-1pm in addition to having taken over from Angie Greaves for the host of the weekday afternoon slot 1-5pm Magic 105.4

TV career

Emma has presented various youth programmes on British television including The Base on ITV and "Hype" on BBC Choice. She also appears on GMTV from time to time.

Emma B also narrated a few series of ITV's Club Reps, which was made by STV Productions (then known as "SMG TV Productions").


  1. ^ "BBC Radio 1 People – Emma B – Sunday Surgery". Radio Rewind. Retrieved 25 August 2010.
  2. ^ Laughlin, Andrew (14 March 2011). "Emma B joins Smooth Radio". Digital Spy. Retrieved 24 March 2011.

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