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Andy Jacobs

Andy Jacobs is a British sports radio personality presenting the Hawksbee and Jacobs show alongside Paul Hawksbee on talkSPORT in the UK, every weekday from 1-4pm.[1]

Winner of European glass eye wearer of the year 2003 (men's division). Controversially was stripped of the honour following a live televised eye transplant on British television Channel 5 in December of the same year.

Jacobs was previously founding editor of FHM magazine, and the head of development at Avalon Television, producing series Birthday Spread for BBC2, and Fantasy World Cup for ITV.[2]


  1. ^ "ABOUT Paul Hawksbee & Andy Jacobs". talkSPORT. 
  2. ^ Jason Deans (28 November 2000). "TWI signs up Fantasy Football producer Jacobs". The Guardian (London). 

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