Monday, March 27, 2017
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The Drive Live Team

Informative storytelling, intelligent debate and easy entertainment… Drive Live aims to fulfill each of these objectives, acting as the ideal accompaniment to your drive home. With a mixture of local news, business, and sport, Tim Elliott adds international relevance to events taking place on your doorstep, providing crucial context to local content. Each afternoon the show addresses the real issues impacting listeners’ lives, with plenty of interaction to stimulate discussion on topical trends. Whether pondering the price of schooling, regulating real estate or predicting the result of the latest Premier League match, Drive Live ensures the conversation remains relevant. Additional features, interviews and live reports allow the team to provide full coverage of all of the UAE’s key events. Tim’s easy on-air banter means it is serious when it’s called for, in-depth when necessary and fun where appropriate.

Contact the show: Call: (Sunday-Thursday, 4-7PM): 04-4231010, SMS: 4001, email: drivelive@dubaieye1038.ae

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Tim Elliott

Tim Elliott is a journalist and broadcaster and has worked as a music and news radio presenter in his native London, the south of England and the UAE – since 1989.

Having spent the noughties working in financial media, based in Dubai, he made the switch back to radio in 2010… and now presents Dubai Eye’s ‘Drive Live’ show.

He’s trying hard to avoid employing too much management speak on the programme (he readily admits to not understanding words of more than two syllables) and is immensely proud of his Christmas list of Richard Dean’s favourite stock phrases and corporate mumbo jumbo.

In his spare time, Tim is essentially an unpaid chauffeur driving his Celtic-crazy son to football matches or his nine, going on 30, year old daughter to netball or gymnastics.

An old school music fan Tim cherishes the days when boxes and boxes of records ruled his life. He boasts a CD and mp3 collection that runs into the hundreds of thousands and still collects early 70s US funk.

Twitter: @DubaiTim
Contact Tim: drivelive@dubaieye1038.ae