Nick Garmasha has left Radio One after 14 years at the station.
Wright’s presenter joined Radio One Returned in 2007 and currently hosts a drivetime show.
The 36-year-old Grammy is believed to have been replaced by Jordan North and Wick Hopp in a 2020 celebrity contest. Mirror.
Naik, who is thought to have told the BBC’s bosses several weeks ago, will announce his departure today on his drive-time show.
A source said: “Grammy loves every minute and has done everything she dreamed of on Radio 1.
“It’s been a tough decision indeed, but he’s looking forward to the next chapter in his life.”
Nick replaced Chris Moyles as the host of the breakfast show in 2012, replacing the long-time Chris Moyles.
In 2018 when he took a drive-time slot from current breakfast show host Greg James.
He was a judge on X Factor in 2015 and since 2019 he has appeared on Google Box along with his niece Leo.
A source said: “Following the heat will be a really difficult task but the owners are happy that Jordan and Wick have agreed to team up as part of a new form of drive time.”
Nick said he was “extremely excited” when he got a job at a radio station as a schoolboy in Oldham.
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A former student at Our Lady’s RC High School in Ryoton worked in a bookstore in Chadderton before embarking on a radio career.
He credits his family for encouraging him to join a media career that took him to the biggest job in radio.
Before the breakfast show, he aired a show on Radio One from 10pm to midnight.
He first said of his dream interpretation: “I always thought it was just a pipe dream, but my sister said: ‘If you want to be on the radio, just do it.
“I told her, ‘Well, that’s like saying you want to be a footballer,’ but my sister replied, ‘Well, people are footballers,’ and he never encouraged me to stop.” ۔ “
After leaving university, Gresham worked at PR in Manchester, where he worked at 103 of the city’s radio station.