Gordon Graham

Gordon’s Career as a DJ started in 1995 while living in JHB where on a dare he auditioned for a show on a local community station SMART FM which began the journey. After a short and successful stint on SMART, Gordon moved to Port Elizabeth and began working with Campus Station CBFM. This lasted three weeks before he was picked up by Regional Commercial Station Algoa FM. That began a 21 year journey with Algoa FM that included shows like Afternoon Drive, Weekend Breakfast, Chart Show, Sports Shows and practically every show on the station. The majority of this time was spent presenting Afternoon Drive and the past 11 years saw him present the Border Drive Show on Algoa FM based in East London. Gordon has recently relocated to Durban and is now working with East Coast Radio on weekend breakfast. Outside of Radio, Gordon has for the past 5 years been working in the Ultra Sports Industry as an announcer and MC. His work includes Ironman 70.3 East London, Ironman 70.3 Durban, Ironman African Championships, Ironman Middle East Championships, Ironman Dubai, Ironman Budapest, Ironman Austria, Ironman 70.3 Croatia, Ironman 70.3 Turkey, Lead Announcer Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, Lead Announcer Comrades Marathon, Daily Dispatch Cycle Tour, Herald Cycle Tour just to name a few. Gordon has also worked in the TV and Livestream TV coverage in Europe working on events based in Switzerland, Austria, Middle East, Portugal and the Netherlands and this year made his SuperSport debut at the Standard Bank Ironman African Championships working on the Television coverage. Gordon has worked as an MC for many corporate companies for many years that include Tsogo Sun, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, Vodacom, SAB and many others. Any event big or small is always something that Gordon puts his mind too, the aim is to deliver more than the client expects and to add value wherever possible. On a personal note, Gordon has completed 5 x Ironman 70.3 Races (1.9k swim, 90 k bike and 21.1 k run) and 2 Full Ironman Races (3.8k Swim, 180k bike and 42.2k run) which he did for two reasons, one is to show himself that anything is possible and two was to raise funds for various charities. ‘If you believe it, you can achieve it’ is the motto that drives Gordon.