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bernie keith






Family's in shock over Brian's gig.

Bernie Keith has bided his time before making his Edinburgh Fringe debut. But that's hardly surprising considering award winning broadcaster only recently tried his hand at stand up comedy after 30 years on the radio.  "I really am the master of underachievement!" laughs Bernie, a much loved figure at BBC radio Northampton, where he presents mid-morning show  and a Saturday evening rock 'n' roll show. "I like making people laugh, but it's only in the last couple of years that I've had the courage to see them while I'm doing it." "I was crippled by shyness in my teens and 20's and I still am. "The family's shock I'm doing this -- my brother-in-law brother came along when I played to 1,100 people and was stunned as he though I was playing in a pub! "Being a disc jockey was all I wanted to do," explains music mad Bernie, who owns 20,000 records and who's comedy heroes are Frankie Howerd, Bob Monkhouse and Billy Connolly. "My dad worked for the Rank Organisation and he'd bring back all these dancettes and gramaphones, so I had my own show on the landing aged five. "When I thought I was old enough, I pestered the local hospital radio and they eventually let me go on air even though I was only 16 and two years too young. "Radio to me is like breathing, It's so easy, so this is a step out of my comfort zone, but what I've been doing for years is sit-down stand-up, really. "I don't just play the songs, I was more Kenny Everett than Roger Scott.  Some of the stars Bernie's interviewed for his radio show have given him inspiration for making his first forays in comedy at this stage in his showbiz career. As he explains: "I loved talking to Ian McKellen, and he was another one who didn't make it until a certain age, so he gives me hope and inspiration, really! "Larry Grayson was another big hero and he didn't get public acclaim until he was 54 which is my age now. "Sir Cliff's another one, he was never trendy, but you don't get that success without Talent.  "You can knock his choice of music, but he's brilliant. "You can ask Cliff what brand of ketchup he uses and he'll give you a ten minute answer, which as an interviewer is what you want. "And he's done it all by giving his audience exactly what they want for 58 years. "He doesn't have to talk to the likes of me, some bloke in Northamptonshire, but he does and it's a thrill." Cliff may have done it all, but unlike Bernie, I bet he's never had his autograph returned. Bernie recalls: "I had my hair coloured and a woman came up to me in the supermarket and asked for my autograph for her sons.  "However, two minutes later, she came careering back down the aisle waving a piece of paper saying: "What's this? So you're not Jurgan Klopp then ? I don't want it.  "Why she thought the Liverpool Manager would be in Sainsbury's Northampton at half past eight with a bag of Cheeselets  in his basket is beyond me!"

Bernie Keith is appearing at the Fringe from August 2-27. For information go to