Eric scripted and produced the film reviews, broadcast four times a week - helping thousands of people across Hertfordshire decide what do see.
Eric delivers bulletins in a clear, conversational and credible way. He has received professional voice training so his style is one that makes audiences sit up and listen.
Additionally, Eric has produced a number of featured packages, providing a more in-depth approach to the subject.
Between 2005 and 2006, Eric was stationed at Hertfordshire's Mercury 96.6FM as Field Reporter (it has since been taken over by Global Radio and now runs as Heart). It has an audience of approximately 40,000 listeners and Eric reported the latest news and entertainment happening in and around the county.
Eric secured a number of exclusives and was one of the first journalists on the scene of the Buncefield Oil Depot blast in Hemel Hempstead - Europe's largest explosion for six decades. His reports were taken by dozens of radio stations for broadcast across the globe. He was the first port of call to provide details of investigation findings and to quiz high-ranking politicians (such as the Deputy Prime Minister at the time) on the latest developments.
As well as the big national stories, local reporting was equally vital to his work. Each morning he scoured Hertfordshire for the latest news, interviewed opinion formers and local residents, before creating a script to be read for the hourly bulletins.