He is a presenter with Global’s Capital FM (Picture: Global)
Roman Kemp has apparently decided to leave Capital FM after seven years of radio broadcasting to pursue other opportunities.
For for a decade, the 30-year-old has hosted the station’s breakfast programme alongside co-hosts Sian Welby, 37, and Chris Stark, 36.
Despite beginning her career in radio, the celebrity has also been on TV and currently co-hosts BBC’s The One Show with Alex Jones, 46.
Since taking his position on the red sofa, it has been speculated that the son of Spandau Ballet singer Martin Kemp, 61, may make a permanent move to television in the near future.
A source explained to The Sun: ‘Roman has loved his time at Capital FM and it has been a huge learning curve for him over the years. But he feels now is the right time to pass the baton to someone else.’
According to the source, the radio personality was contemplating various TV offers and was certain that his next move will be to focus on these new chances.
Roman has been on a number of TV shows in recent years, including I’m A Celebrity and Gogglebox.
Following the suicide of a close friend, the presenter made his documentary debut to raise awareness for men’s mental health.
Following the death of fellow radio professional and Capital producer Joe Lyons in 2020, Roman set out to convey his tale in a BBC Three film titled Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency.
After losing a close friend, he became somewhat of an advocate and acknowledged his personal issues with depression.
He told the Sunday Mirror: ‘I’m still processing his death. Every day I step foot back in the Capital studios, I’m back in the worst situation I have ever lived in my life. I have flashbacks all the time.
‘Per one suicide, 140 people are affected. Joe’s affected a lot of people. I’m sure he’ll be proud of what we’re doing but I still f***ing hate him for it. He was the furthest thing from a suicidal person.
‘Some people don’t wear a mask, others do. The majority put a mask on and we don’t have a clue what’s going on.’