b. 1942, Edinburgh, Scotland, d. 24 November 1976, Luxembourg. Probably one of the most well-known disk jockeys on English airwaves through the 70s, Stuart Henry spent six years as an acting professional following training in the Glasgow University Of Dramatic Artwork. Nevertheless, he was lured from that profession with the present of employment like a pirate disk jockey with Radio Scotland. A following present to become listed on BBC Radio 1 arrived in 1967 which Henry, who experienced from seasickness, was pleased to accept. His early displays included slots such as for example ‘She’s Leaving House’, which attemptedto trace missing children, emphasizing a heartfelt concern for his fellow guy and female that under no circumstances deserted him. He also campaigned against nuclear tests and released an environmental talk-in. Among the greater extrovert disk jockeys of his era, he was generally pictured inside a caftan and beads, and his displays regularly attracted viewers of 11 million and up-wards in the first 70s. Nevertheless, his display was axed throughout a BBC shake-up in 1974, of which period he defected to Radio Luxembourg. Although unstated, area of the reason behind the BBC sacking him was due to his small slurring of talk – they thought it to become the consequence of cannabis use, when actually it signalled the starting point of multiple sclerosis. In 1982 fellow Radio Luxembourg disk jockey Tony Prince prompted him to create his condition open public as misplaced accusations of on-air insobriety threatened to wreck his profession. His previous model wife, Ollie, whom he wedded in 1976, begun to help him during his broadcasts as his condition worsened. With their credit, Radio Luxembourg insisted that so long as he could speak, he’d still have employment with their place, as well as the Stuart And Ollie Present continued for quite some time. When the place shut in 1992 they began a pop information service for regional radio and added to rock and roll nostalgia magazine Yellow metal. Eventually the condition left him absolutely incapacitated and he passed away in November 1995 with Ollie still his continuous nurse and partner.