Emma B has forged a highly successful radio career spanning 15 years at some of the world’s best known radio stations, namely Radio 1. She became known as Emma B when she worked for Creation Records alongside Oasis and Primal Scream. Emma currently hosts the Saturday morning slot on Magic, from 10am-1pm. She regularly appears on Magic's Drive time with Tom Price and is often found on the breakfast TV sofas discussing the latest news and entertainment. Previously, Emma hosted the Sunday afternoon on Smooth Radio and national UK Radio Station. She worked at the legendary Radio Caroline (at Bristol dock) on the infamous ‘Boat That Rocked’ before selling advertising and then writing articles for magazines including Elle, New Woman, Q and NME.Emma B has forged a highly successful radio career spanning 15 years at some of the world’s best known radio stations. She became known as Emma B when she worked for Creation Records alongside Oasis and Primal Scream. Emma currently hosts the Sunday afternoon slot 2pm – 6pm on Smooth Radio and national UK Radio Station. She worked at the legendary Radio Caroline (at Bristol dock) on the infamous ‘Boat That Rocked’ before selling advertising and then writing articles for magazines including Elle, New Woman, Q and NME.

Emma joined BBC Radio 1 in 1998 and in April 2000 she co-presented the Sunday Surgery show, alongside Dr Mark Hamilton. The Sunday Surgery dealt with ground breaking social and health issues for teenagers, including sex, drugs, poverty and crime. She won 4 Sony Awards for the show and has been singled out as having saved lives through the show.

In September 2001, Emma took over Saturday Breakfast as well as the Sunday Surgery show. From 2004–2005, Emma also cropped up on BBC 6 Music, and presented Top of the Pops for the BBC World Service. Emma eventually quit Radio 1 in early 2005 and in August joined London's Heart 106.2. Emma was the first solo female to ever take the number one spot on the Drive time slot in London.

Emma even moved to Ibiza with her husband and 2 children where she had a small PR company dealing with clients such as Sony / Columbia Records. She worked for the islands most well known events company, The Shop and had a weekly radio show on Ibiza based station Sonica. In 2016, alongside her producer/manager husband Damian Wilson she hosted a series of live radio broadcasts from the Pacha Terrace and hosted a live broadcast for Global Radio from the DJ Awards 2010.

You can hear her weekly on Magic Radio and she’s often found on Breakfast TV sofas giving her opinions on the latest news and entertainment.