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Former Reading 107 presenter Tim Grundy has died at the age of 50.

Father-of-two Mr Grundy, son of infamous Sex Pistols interviewer Bill Grundy, helped set up the Reading radio station with his brother Tony – the managing director – in October 2002.

He presented the breakfast show for three years before handing over the reigns to Ben Rice.

He had two children and was chairman of The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust.

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Published in Reading Post from Feb. 2 to Mar. 7, 2009.
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July 28, 2015
What a lovely chap, so sad that he died so young, RIP Tim, I miss you on the TV you always made me smile.
Jen Nic
November 17, 2013
Miss you and your talent at entertainment. Sorry we never got to meet but your letters and 2 Country memories will always remain wit me.
Dennis Warland
April 23, 2012
Just learned of this today some three years later. Met Tim a few times when asked to help on a couple of Two's Country shows. I was impressed by his warmth, presence and professionism. A sad loss.k
David (Dr) Somerville-Laycock
October 29, 2011
RIP Tim. Have only just found out the sad news. Twos Country was fantastic viewing. Sleep tight.
Claire Redshaw
May 11, 2011
Sorry that i've just heard that Tim's passed away. He was a great presenter and two's country has never been surpassed since.
God bless
Ken Miles
April 17, 2011
Sad news. Always watched Twos Country when I was a `stay at home Dad`. RIP Tim.
Joseph Livingstone
February 6, 2011
sad to say i have only just found out that tim has passed away.twos country is one of my alltime favourite programmes.regrets to his family
david wheeler
June 7, 2010
I am so sorry to hear about tims passing. I didnt know you tim, i had just got back into the re-runs of twos country in the morning before work, i had forgot how good they. R.I.P Tim sleep tight and love to all you family, you will be sadly missed.
Neil Kirton
March 22, 2010
Thank you Tim for all the laughs you gave me through Two's country.
I never knew you but I know I will miss you a lot. Sleep well.
Joe Edge
January 15, 2010
Loved your down to earth way of presenting.Two`s country was excellent.You will be sorely missed.
Rob Scarratt
August 24, 2009
Dear Tim,
Had we met, we would have been good friends. Deeply sorry you're gone.
Mioara Stana
August 14, 2009
I will never ever forget "stop the clock." To coin his radio jingle. "From 11 til 2 it's tim grundy. he's a very nice man, a very nice man, a very nice man indeed."
July 29, 2009
I never met Tim but from all the television he did i thought i got to know him very well, his humour was a joy to listen too, sadley my wife died the same month as Tim so i know the sadness and the heartache of loosing someone very close. My heartfelt condolences to the family God bless you Tim
Ian Davies
July 5, 2009
I new Tim and the Grundy family, Marple Bridge when he was growing up and yet to make the impact he did on so many peoples lives.

Saddened to hear of his untimely passing and my sincere condolences to his wife, children and the Grundy family.
Nick James
June 1, 2009
a truely fantastic presenter with a unique style,he will be sorely missed....thanks for the memories Tim
bob hird
June 1, 2009
I met Tim and his lovely wife, Fiona whilst on holiday with my parents in Cuba a few years ago. Tim was funny, charming and was as bright as the Cuban sunshine. My thoughts and condolences to Fiona and the rest of Tim's family.
Lorraine Baker
June 1, 2009
Deepest sympathy to Fiona and all Tim's family on the sad news.
We met Tim and Fiona on holiday in Cayo Coco Cuba, they were a lovely couple.
John McQuillan
May 19, 2009
we were shocked to read about the passing of tim grundy. it was only that my partner and myself were looking for some history on twos country that we found this out. it goes without saying we will miss him a lot and hope that they will show all of his programs again sometime in the future.
eric clapton
April 5, 2009
I only heard the sad news of Tim's death this evening whilst sat at Old Trafford.
I have great memories of listening to some fabulous radio shows on Piccadilly hosted by Tim up here in the 70s and am shocked that he's no longer with us.
Stuart Monk
April 1, 2009
very sad to hear the news of tims passing, i loved to watch his programmes he sent me signed photo when i wasnt well, as my friend wrote to say i was a fan of his.
shirley slater
March 8, 2009
I've only just heard the sad news. I can only say that I was one of the fortunate ones to know Tim a little. We would write to each other now and then and he also invited me to appear on his Travelling Light series.
Wonderful man. My thoughts are with his family and those who knew him.
Adrian Green
March 8, 2009
So sad to hear the news, he was a very nice man. Best wishes to Fiona.

Margaret & Jane At NatWest Mortimer
Margaret Savage
March 7, 2009
Tim I can only think you will presenting the best programmes in the way only you can. My wife and I loved watching your series Two's Country on discovery. You appeared to be a most genuine and decent man. My thoughts are with your family, just too young to go. May God be with you.
The Campbell Family
February 27, 2009
This is sad news and sympathies to his family.
His TV show Two's Country with the Eye was allways and will be a favorite program of mine.

RIP and thanks for the years of entertainment.
Ithorn Fey
February 15, 2009
Deepest sympathy to Tims family. What an excellent guy. Had the fortune of working alongside him whilst he worked at Piccadilly Radio late 80's during the roadshows
Janet Martindale
February 13, 2009
Did a charity 'it's a knockout' with Tim many years ago for his charity. He also guested as 'compere' for a charity concert for my family. Refused any payment for the night. What a lovely guy.
Ange Leary
February 12, 2009
Having edited most of Tim's television programmes and filmed with him in Spain I was shocked to hear of his death. He was a great character and a great inspiration. My thoughts are with his Family.
Kevin Hinde
February 12, 2009
So sorry to hear of the loss of Tim. My sympathies to all the family especially Amy and Joe.
Sheila Taylor
February 11, 2009
A Wonderful and kind gentleman
Dougie James
February 11, 2009
My heart goes out to you at this time and in the days ahead.
laura hughes
February 11, 2009
Tim and I were at Marple Ridge High School, He was Head Boy and I was Head Girl. You will be sadly missed but your mark on this world will not be forgotten.
Heather Turner (was Flint)
February 10, 2009
I loved listening and watching Tim on all sorts. I can always remember him stood at the end of the bar in the Bottle Stop looking adoringly at Fi ...Thats what I call soulmates. he will be greatly missed and what a wonderful life he shared with so many. My love and thoughts are with Fi and family too xxx
Sally A Smith
February 10, 2009
First met Tim when he moved to Bollington in the late 90's. A lovely guy , great golf/crib and drinking companion. Sorry I couldn't get to the funeral today, due work. Fiona if you read this, my thoughts are with you and fondly I remember Tim today
Mark Thompson
February 10, 2009
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
Gill and Tom Lingard
February 10, 2009
We send all our love , to a wonderful man who will be missed so much.
our thoughts are with fiona and his family .xx
jo and franc Resina
February 9, 2009
I new Tim when I did the angling feature on Piccadilly Radio.
We lost touch, but meet up again at a pub in Chinley.
I left the UK in 2000, and set up a horse ranch outside Fort Worth in Texas.
We kept in touch by phone and email over the years, including a very long and funny conversation about us both having heart attacks.
It is with great sadness to learn of his passing.
David Cox
February 8, 2009
I knew Tim at school as he only lived down the road, in Marple Bridge, so sorry to hear he is no longer with us, came as quite a shock. I have not seem him for many years, but did follow his radio shows. I send condolences to his family. Will be sadly missed knew him as a good friend, sometime ago.
Kathryn Fowler (nee Robb)
February 8, 2009
My Mum (Madscouser-Crawley) was a Grundy-ett and had met Tim and Fiona quite a few times. I never actually got to meet Tim but I had the opportunity to chat and thank him on the phone. He had kindly sponsered me on a parachute jump for a local charity, What a Sport!. He was a great guy with a great personality. There will be a large void that can now only be filled with memories. My thoughts are with Fiona and their families at this time of grief. May his memories live on and bring them comfort. Jayne
Jayne Robinson
February 8, 2009
Tim and Fi were regulars in The Queens Bollington in 1999. Fi worked for the same airline as myself. He knocked, furiously on my door the day before the champions league final of Man Utd vs Bayern Munich. 'Nick Nick I have tickets for the Champions league final in Barcelona' he announced excitedly, 'but I have no means of getting there, can you help me out?
We were transporting the fans and I asked a fellow Captain if he would carry Tim on the spare seat in the flight deck. (this was prior to 9/11)He obliged of course. He remarked on his return that it was one of the most extraordinary days of his life. Life has also lost an extraordinary man. Fi, we are thinking of you.
Nick Heathcote
February 7, 2009
You had a great personality.You will be sorely missed. You were a great friend, to ALL my family. Lyn and Adrian. Ediths daughter(MAD SCOUSER)xxx
Lyn Robinson
February 7, 2009
what sad news, our thoughts go out to Tim's family and friends.
k worth
February 7, 2009
So sorry to hear the sad news, although we lost touch for a number of years you will always be remembered for your contribution in running back from France with a bottle of Beaujolais on our backs. In doing so we raised £25,000 (a lot of money in 1986) and bought a heart scanner for Pendlebury Childrens Hospital. You were a good mate, rest in peace.
Mike Cortvriend
February 6, 2009
Tim, you changed my life, gave me my first break, Got me the Sony deal, Two's Country. The music video's.... you were a mentor and a friend who changed my life. I'll never forget you tim.... Remember Quaffers!!! x Ethan Allen
Ethan Allen
February 6, 2009
Tim, you and the breakfast team at Reading 107fm made my mornings brighter as I travelled from Earley to Woking (until the signal dropped out that is!)..I moved away for a while, and when I returned, you and Ben Rice were no longer there, and I really missed that 'spark'. Now, with this sad sad news, I know that there will never be a chance to hear you again. Be at peace. My sincere condolences to your family.
Nicholas Bennette
February 6, 2009
I was really sorry to hear this news. Thoughts go to Tim's family and the team at 107FM
Kirsten Bayes
February 6, 2009
You weren't One of the Best Tim, you were THE Best. We'll Miss you. R.I.P.
Ann Barnes - Nottingham, and Edith - Crawley. (Mad Scouser)
February 5, 2009
I thoroughly enjoyed Tims’ Twos Country programmes. He always seemed so personable, natural and easy going. Through Twos Country, my Mother, Edith (MadScouser) became a huge fan of Tim. She had the opportunity to contact and also meet him, and over time, they became close friends. He definitely wasn’t a typical “celebrity” type - I guess not many other celebrities would give much to their fans, but Tim was always available for chats, and gave so much time to those who appreciated his work, whether it was broadcasting, or the charity work he did to help those in need. Regrettably, I never got to meet Tim, but I know he will be sorely missed by everyone who both knew him personally and those of us who are fans of his broadcasting career. RIP Tim - It wasn't your time to go... - Love Helen & Darren Paine Xxx
Helen Paine
February 5, 2009
Sorry to read and hear the very sad news. I used to email many a joke to him at the radio station 107. you will be greatly missed thanks for the good work you did. RIP
tisha buckle
February 5, 2009
I used to love his "Two's Country" show on Discovery. Very sad to hear what's happened. MY thoughts are with his friends and family.
John Phillips
February 5, 2009
I am saddened to hear the tragic news.

My first memory of Tim was my first day in commercial radio, turning up in the Manchester greyness on my first morning working at Piccadilly Radio and listening to what what became one of my favourite breakfast shows. You'll remember 'Billy Bradshaw's Brain Buster' and who could forget John Seville in 'the eye in the sky' at 1500 feet! Along with many other friends at Piccadilly you inspired my career in radio.

An inspiration to many and entertainer to even more.

A privilage to have known you and worked with you.

Safe journey Tim.
Julian Hotchkiss
February 5, 2009
Oh my word - just head this and totally shocked - I ran the Two's Country website years back and we got Tim in touch with us to give info etc. Such a sad loss at an early age.

God bless Tim - may your walking, talking history forever educate those in heaven
Leigh Preece
February 4, 2009
Really sad news. I have known his brother Tony since I was about 14 and I got to meet Tim a few times.

Such an asset to the radio industry and someone who really knew how to communicate and make listeners really feel part of the show.

I remember meeting him to discuss a demo tape I had sent him back in 2002. The advice he gave was priceless and I use some of the advice given to me to help train young people in broadcasting today.

He'll be very much missed by all. Thoughts to Tony and the rest of the family.
Matt Cadman
February 4, 2009
Rest In Peace Tim,
i will keep your book safe
and i will keep it forever
miss you,
watch over fee
lots of love x
February 4, 2009
Many of the messages here show how much Tim will be missed as a great broadcaster - but of course he was much more than that.

His work with the Children's Charity shows - as many have also said - he genuinely cared for people.

Tim took on young graduates into broadcasting - and showed them more than the nuts and bolts of what needed to be done - but the passion behind it.

He also employed older broadcasters - dissaffected or disillusioned from previously employers - and gave them a new sense of joy and excitement for working in radio. He gave them a chance to spread their wings again and remember why they joined the industry in the first place.

As Community Manager of Reading 107 in it's early years - Tim "gave" me and the team the airwaves for projects like "Macmillan Cancer's Bring a £ to work", "Tsunami Appeal Radio Aid Day" and coverage of "Ufton Nervet" - coverage no-one else would.

He did that - not to win awards or to make outstanding radio - he did that because he believed he could use his medium to help those in need. I'm not sure there's many others in radio who could or would do that today.

So as we mourn a great presenter and friend - either personally or through the airwaves... I think we should all feel sense of happiness to remember a man who was able to benefit the lives of others.

RIP Tim - we'll also miss your Tigger impressions old boy.
Warren Lee
February 4, 2009
What dreadful news. Two days ago, I retrieved from the garage, four videos of his brilliant series' Two's Country, to watch again and show to our son. We hadn't watched them for many years, but they come into the "timeless" category. Tim always came across as a very friendly and humorous man, which made his programmes even more entertaining and easy to watch, so how sad were we to discover that he had died, and probably on the same day as we relocated ourselves with his programmes. Our deepest sympathy goes to his wife and family. Cheryl and Dave Oliver.
Cheryl and Dave Oliver
February 4, 2009
I knew Tim only through the medium of television, but his humour and easy communication style made me feel as if I knew him personally. Although I never met him, I will still miss him and want to express my condolonces and best wishes to his family and friends.
Gillian Moran
February 4, 2009
I've only just got back to my PC after hearing the news via a phone call from Warren Lee to my wife on Monday.
I first met Tim when setting up the transmission system for Reading 107 with Tony and we had many conversations on and off air.
I recall one particular morning when I was monitoring transmission quality at Tilehurst and he said in his show that there were three words in the English language for which there were no rhymes.
I jotted down a 6-line poem with joke rhymes for each and read it over the phone to Tim Rice. Within seconds Tim Grundy read it on air and agreed he'd met his match for once.
No you didn't Tim, and you never will!
Sadly missed by all of us here at transplan UK.
Ian Hickling
February 4, 2009
Very sad news. My thoughts are with his family at this sad time. R.I.P
Rob James DJ / Presenter
February 4, 2009
Tim was the consumate professional. He had a lovely manner both on the radio and TV. I had the pleasure of working with him at Piccadilly Radio / Key 103. I greatly enjoyed the TV show "Two's Country" and recorded several episodes for my Dad before he had Sky TV. I remember we watched them all one afternoon and that night we went for a pint to "The Miners" in Poynton and Tim was in there. A remarkable coincidence and we enjoyed a lovely evening with him. I also enjoyed a guided tour of the Children's Adventure Farm with him. He was enthusiastic and knowledgeable about everything that he did and had a remarkable ability to remember names and dates etc. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him in Manchester and Reading.
Steve Lewis
February 4, 2009
I feel as though I really knew this smashing bloke, of course I never met him, it was his easy humerous approachable style that made me feel like that.
Tim I will miss you I hope your family get some comfort from these messages, truth is nothing helps and it hurts like hell.
Berni Baxter
February 4, 2009
A Great Guy. He will be greatly missed. He was a Star.
Edith, "Mad Scouser"
February 4, 2009
Tim's music passion was infectious ... if a song really pleased him a huge "Wooooooowwwww!!" would come out of my speakers. I learned the art of local music radio listening to Tim Grundy. My heart broke when I heard.
Gareth Evans
February 3, 2009
My dear Dorry, Nicky, Rohan and Alex. My heart is so sad tonight, so far away, it's not real..i don't know what to say..God bless you. There is no nicer family in the world..anywhere.
Joe Kilroy
February 3, 2009
My Dearest Friend. We are all still so very numb with the shock of you passing. Time spent with you and Fi at the Bothy were magical. Summer high days and roaring log fires in the winter. Sunday afternoons that occasionally, and suprisingly (!), lead to a Monday morning migraine....(Sorry Ben!!) Life was for living Tim and we sure did live it. We have so many happy, crazy, beautiful memories. The game of badminton that seperated the garden gnome from his head...Your decision to see how a hose pipe worked indoors....! Seeing the painfull, albeit hilarious results, of your sunbed session, on Boxing Day, just gone...HAPPY HAPPY DAYS. With massive love and sympathy to Fi, we will miss you Grundy.
Jason Steff Luke Ryan and Todd Woods
Jason Woods
February 3, 2009
Tim was a fantastic and very funny guy that I thoroughly enjoyed listening to on the breakfast show on Reading 107Fm, we had many a chat during his performances. He will be sadly missed.
Mike Allwood
February 3, 2009
Tim Grundy , what can i say that has not already been said ? I was one of the fortunate ones to work with Tim at Piccadilly Radio in the 80s and he was a true star ! A kind , big hearted, intelligent, funny guy and today i heard the news...... He has not gone , his memory still lives in our hearts and minds. God bless you Tim.
Gary Shaw
February 3, 2009
We were totally saddened to hear the news. Tim and I worked together at Piccadilly Radio in the '80's but our best times were playing football for the Piccadilly Attackers, raising money for charity. Tim was a great presenter, and a hugely likable guy. He'll be missed and our thoughts are with his family today.
Niven Howlett
February 3, 2009
Tim was the reason I managed somehow to get my voice on the radio. I sent my demo tape in to Reading 107fm and apparently Tim's first words were 'he'll never make it'. Well, I kept pestering Tim and finally I became his sidekick on Reading 107 and they was the best years of my working life.

We had fun making people laugh but most of all we made ourselves laugh every morning. I am saddened that I hadn't seen Tim for some time as I owe him so much. As many people have mentioned, Tim was like a father figure and was so positive that he got the best out of you. Unlike most radio stations now, he didn't suppress creativity, he embraced it and the first two years of Reading 107 where the most fun any young jock could have.

Tim, I'll really miss you mate, you meant a lot to me and were a true friend. You cared about people and had the gift of great conversation, brilliant story telling and the ability to make people laugh.

We shared many a morning in stitches and that is how I will remember you. So sorry Fi and Tony, my thoughts are with you.

You are/were a legend...simple
Ben Rice
February 3, 2009
A fantastic guy who'll be missed by so many. But I will always remember you with a smile, Tim. X
Hilary Scott
February 3, 2009
I have fond memories of listening to Tim on Piccadilly Radio in the 70's. Seem to remember he enjoyed a bottle of imported larger. Hope he managed to enjoy one or two on his recent holiday.Very sad to hear of his passing. Condolences to Tims family
John Hickling
February 3, 2009
I worked with Tim and his wife at Piccadilly Radio in the 70's and 80's he will be missed by many especially his family, and friends. Go with God Tim.
Martha Burgess
February 3, 2009
Tim Grundy was the driving force and one of the founders of The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust. In 1985 he initiated, and was at the forefront of, a fundraising appeal which resulted in the charity’s base in Millington being purchased outright. Tim had a vision of a centre which provided holidays for children living in Children’s Homes, confident that these breaks were essential to provide these children with fun, friendship and hope.

We are all extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Tim, he meant so much to us all. He had a determination and drive that one seldom comes across, working tirelessly to create a haven for children in desperate need. He really was an inspiration to everyone who met him, and we’re all so honoured to have known him. Thanks to Tim, tens of thousands of children have been given life-changing opportunities here at The Adventure Farm. He will leave such a huge gap, and will always be remembered as the man who made all of this possible. Without him we simply wouldn’t exist.
Paul Farrington
February 3, 2009
I have several episodes of "Two's Country" on video and I have very fond memories of that and other tv programmes.

Shocking news. Rest In Peace.
Simon Bryant
February 3, 2009
What can I say about such a lovely and talented man. Tim's passing is a total shock but I have so many special memories. His kindness and desire to make a difference were matched by his creativity. RIP mate -until we meet again.
Andy Murrill
February 3, 2009
i grew up listening to Tim on Piccadilly Radio in Manchester and was there when he launched KEY 103. I was saddened to hear about his untimely death. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. May you rest in peace Tim. God bless you
david mawson
February 3, 2009
Like many of the people who were lucky to have known Tim I'd like to say what a real lovley bloke he was.
If it was not for Tim's help I would never be in the job I love, at a Radio station that I love.
He was fantastic to those of us who wanted to get into Radio.
I now present the brekky show on Manchester's Piccaddilly Magic 1152- not bad for a kid from Wythenshawe with help from a talented broadaster and really nice man.Thanks Timbo RIP
Ian Roberts
February 3, 2009
What a shock to hear the sad news about Tim. I knew him only slightly (as an early Reading 107FM advertiser), but I was struck by his warmth and professionalism and still remember the passion with which he outlined his vision for the station at our first meeting. My condolences to his family and friends.
Tracey Rawling Church
February 3, 2009
Tim was such a lovely person - I remember him as always smiling, always friendly and fun, and he always had time to listen and help. I worked with Tim for around two years at Reading 107FM, I was a young and inexperienced journalist and he was a very talented and experienced broadcaster who I learned so much from. Tim really did have a heart of gold, and cared so much about those around him, especially his family. He also cared passionately about radio and about Reading 107. My love to Fi and Tony, and the rest of the family xx
Anna Pearson
February 3, 2009
This time last week Tim Grundy was basking under an African sun with his beautiful wife, Fiona. On Thursday he returned and popped into his favourite Wilmslow watering hole to tell drinking chums of his holiday adventure. It's both tragic and shocking that 72 hours later he was snatched away in a cruel and bitter twist of fate - his body overcome by sudden organ failure.

Tim will be fondly remembered by all at the King Billy as a man of wit, wisdom and generosity of spirit. His verve and tenacity were unbounded ... as was his love for Fiona. Her heartache can only be imagined at this time. The two of them were inseparable.

Right now there are no words of comfort to relieve her pain and that of his entire family - but from the saddened regulars at the King Billy a wave of warmth and sympathy goes out to them in these dark days.

And together from the bar we raise a glass to Tim - a much loved husband, father, broadcaster, charity founder, friend and drinking buddy.

Cheers, old boy ... and rest in peace.
Peter Bond
February 3, 2009
Tim, I'm going to miss you mate. I learnt a lot from you that has stood me in good stead since.
One of our craziest moments was when you had me take a pen out off Joff Hopkins mouth with a 16-foot bullwhip - on radio??? See you later.
Love to Fi and the family.

Winship Eddie
February 3, 2009
Having worked ikn in UK commercial radio myself for more than 30 years, I knew Tim during his early days in Manchester. I know his brother rather better, and I am shocked and saddened to hear of Tim's untimely death at such a young age. My thoughts and sympathies to his family.

Stuart Linnell MBE
Stuart Linnell
February 3, 2009
Tim was a good mate at school, but life itself parted us , i never forgot what a good kid he was.
He went on to do many good things and brought joy to many and for that we should be both be proud of what he achived and that we knew of a great man.
I use the the word "great" in the contents that a man such as Tim can Stand of the gates of his maker standing tall , with pride.
Rest in peace, Tim, Good Night , God Blease You
Stephen Nolan
February 3, 2009
Sorry to hear Bill Grundy presenter of radio 107 has passed away.
He was a great presenter and brilliant talent - we are going to miss him
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Ali Ashghar
February 3, 2009
How very sad, my sincere condolences to his family, I used to listen to him every morning on 107fm and he was so funny and entertaining he will be largely missed.
helen Church
February 3, 2009
Peter Grant
February 3, 2009
I remember when Tim used to live on Dickens Lane in Poynton. I used to see him leaving his house on my way to school. He was a local celebrity and DJ on Piccadilly Radio.
That was 24 years ago, which doesnt feel that long ago. I am shocked and saddened that Tim's gone particularly for his sons.
Many people have good memories of your father. RIP TIM.
Jason Garner
February 3, 2009
An excellent broadcaster and a very nice guy.
RIP Tim.
Paul Hunsdon
February 3, 2009
Tim you will be sadly missed the Friday nights spent in The Spring Inn listening to your stories and impressions of Tigger were magical, your golf was another story... My condolences to you Fi take care. xxx
Mark, Amanda, & Harrison Walker
February 3, 2009
I loved to watch Tim (& the 'Eye') on Twos Country. He had such a great personality.
In his honour, his shows should be re-shown.
Paul Holmes
February 3, 2009
Worked with Tim in the 80's at Piccadilly, he was just a thoroughly nice guy who will be a sad loss to his family and friends.
Ian Cook
February 3, 2009
I worked with Tim @ Piccadilly Radio and Key 103 in Manchester. When I was 14 he let me `sit-in` on his Breakfast Show and I eventually began working there full-time. He was very encouraging when I started presenting my own show on the station and I last spoke to him around 5 years ago. He attended a `Reunion Party` for the radio station in Manchester I organised in 2000 and had a great night. He loved Manchester and radio and was a very intelligent and strong character. He worked with (and helped) people who were starting out in the business including Chris Evans, Pete Mitchell, Terry Christian and many others.
He will be sadly missed and we hope some sort of memorial could be arranged for his friends and collegues to attend in Manchester

Danny Matthews
February 2, 2009
So sad that Tim has died at such a young age. A larger than life character with a gentle soul. My thoughts are with Tim and his family.
Jade Elliott
February 2, 2009
As a 14 year old radio buff, I begged my dad to put an FM arial on the roof so I could pick up Piccadilly Radio. Stu Allan was the main reason, but Tim Grundy was a real draw too. Not even heard the guy's name for years, but I have very fond memories of listening to him.
Nick West
February 2, 2009
Tim Grundy was one of the reasons i wanted to become a radio presenter, I once won a Tim Grundy ugly mug on his piccadilly radio breakfast show, I am currently presenting a show on community radio station and i can only dream of becoming as successful as Tim, A great loss to broadcasting and my heart goes out to his friends and family. god rest in peace Tim
Andy Harris
February 2, 2009
Tim was a lovely and warm presenter. His Two's Country series for Discovery was excellent. My thoughts go to Tim's family. Tim was a man that could cheer you up on a rainy day.
Neil McCabe
February 2, 2009
I first met Tim through his brother Tony and we got on well immediately. We shared a passion for radio and spent many hours together, working and playing hard. Late nights in the studio and long journeys on the motorway, travelling up to Manchester. Tim was kind and generous, a true gentleman and I am proud that he was my friend. His passing is a great loss, which will be felt by all who knew him, but especially by Tony, Fi and the rest of the family. My thoughts are with you all. "Only the good die young" God bless Tim.
Gordon Hunter
February 2, 2009
Tim was a good bloke and a good friend. Best memory? When he led the Piccadilly Radio charity football team out at Altrincham against a team featuring George Best. Tim said he marked Besty out of the game...
Brian Beech
February 2, 2009
Me just a mere radio fan. Tim, a giant of a presenter at Piccadilly. We lose another great guy. Too many good jocks going recently. Tim was certainly one of them.... RIP forever.
Steve Ball
February 2, 2009
just a fan. but what a talent. as my friend has just said, if there is any justice st peter will open the gates for tim and say- "my liege, your sword" form two old geezers on the wirral, r.i.p. tim
paul hale
February 2, 2009
What a shock to hear the sad news today. Tim was instrumental in my career, producing my first demo tape whilst at Piccadilly Radio and letting me sit in at Pebble Mill watching how he coped with shared talkback & live TV- witnessing his diverse talents will always make me proud to have known him.
Chris Pearson
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