Becky Waters

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Becky Waters is something of a legend in the South West. You may have heard her dulcet tones on Bath FM and other commercial stations as well as across the BBC in the West Country. Recently she’s stepped away to enter the world of film making but as and when she can, she’ll pop up for a show here and there.

Becky on air with Youth Radio Rocks

Beckster will be heard on various shows on the station mainly The Midday Cafe with Ian Dore. However her interviews and audio can pop up anywhere. Just like her!

Becky’s brain drizzle

Songs I love

Simon and Garfunkle’s Sound of Silence

Movies I love

That’s a really hard question I love so many films….Wall e, Despicible Me, Little Miss Sunshine

TV shows I love

Again it’s a toughy.I love drama –Ashes to Ashes, Life on Mars, Silk, Downton Abbey, Spooks, Hustle, Prison Break, Dr Who (particularly the David Tennent era)

Food I love

ALL of it

Books I love

I’m currently reading Paul Auster I like anything that questions the self and delves into psychology

Lyrics I love

If you follow in the footsteps of a stranger you’ll learn things you never knew you never knew

Celebs I love

Most comedians (particularly the Mock the Week team), got a soft spot for Graham Norton, Simon Cowell, Dermot O Leary and Cheryl Cole Oh wow, then there’s the actors and sports folk …..there’s too many to mention

Websites I love

None

Parts of the world I love

Italy, England, South America, New York, Portland

Things I love doing

Eating, swimming, performing,  making films, taking photos,  playing the piano, spending time with my friends, thinking, painting, going to the cinema, going to the theatre, sleeping, watching rugby

Most worn item of clothing and why?

Swimming costume – I swim a lot

Who would play you in the film of your life?

Rachel Weis

If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be and why?

Italy I love the language, the people the food and the sunshine

If you could only take three possessions to a desert island, what would they be?

My camera (that goes everywhere with me). Device for playing and listening to music (forget the whole charging issue – point is life is rubbish without music) perhaps it would have to be a piano (if electricity was an issue). And…a diary complete with pen/pencil (I love to document things and write and tell stories…so one day when someone finds my carcass they’ll also have my history)

What’s your proudest achievement so far?

Surviving everything life has thrown at me over the past few decades

What would you call your autobiography?

Behind closed doors or I’m not blonde honest or inside the mind of a crazy person

Why I love being part of  Youth Radio Rocks

They’re a great bunch of people and being a part of the team offers me the opportunity to do something I love.