Bradley Jay is the host of WBZ’s Jay Talking, weekday overnights from midnight to 5am on WBZ NewsRadio 1030. It’s a talk show for everybody. You don’t have to be a political junkie. You don’t have to be a sports fanatic. You don’t have to be an expert in anything. All you have do is care about the daily dilemmas that we all face as New Englanders. IT IS THE TALK SHOW FOR THE REST OF US. It is meant for regular folks who want to get their views out to other regular folks.
Bradley’s unique background and dedication to his craft make him one of the freshest voices in talk radio today.
He grew up in very rural New Hampshire. Bradley trained and worked as a surgical technician before enrolling at the University of New Hampshire. There he studied communication, economics, and philosophy, and was involved with WUNH radio. He moved to Boston immediately after graduation and got his first-big city radio experience at WZBC, Boston College. Shortly thereafter Mr. Jay landed a job at the top rock station in Boston, WBCN and was honored by being chosen to do the final show ever at “The Rock Of Boston. Memorable events in Bradley’s career include broadcasting live from Moscow, interviewing celebrities at the Grammy Awards, writing for the Atlantic Monthly Online, and making music.
Bradley also hosts, shoots, and edits a weekly man-on-the-street Jay Talking video featuring face to face responses to the question of the week.
Tune in to WBZ NewsRadio 1030 at 4:45am to hear Joe Mathieu and Bradley Jay talk about make mountains out of minutiae.
Is the science related to Ebola unclear, or are people unclear on the science?
In the final piece of our ten-part series The Boston Music Scene, Bradley Jay pays a visit to historic local jazz club Wally’s Cafe.
We know there’s something special about Boston music. In part nine of The Boston Music Scene series, Bradley Jay seeks to discover the elusive reasons for this.
Today it’s sports cars, champagne, and how to become a hermit.
Jazz and blues music are truly American art forms, and Boston is a great place to hear both. To help us better understand the genres, Bradley Jay explores the difference between the two in Part 8 of The Boston Music Scene.
Bradley Jay talks with local artist singer and Berklee professor Livingston Taylor to glean musical performance tips for part seven of the ten-part series, The Boston Music Scene.
How do modern Boston musicians succeed? Has social media rendered the old industry obsolete? Bradley Jay investigates in part five of The Boston Music Scene.
You see them on street corners and in T stations, playing for the people passing by. In part four of this series on the Boston Music Scene, WBZ’s Bradley Jay talks to area street musicians.
Country music is gaining more than a foothold in the Boston music scene, as Bradley Jay discovers in part three of this ten-part series, The Boston Music Scene.