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 Sean Bastow

What do you do in your spare time?

I'm a radio DJ on Endeavour FM, 'The Sean Bastow Show', Saturday nights from 6pm - 8pm.

What is the hardest thing you have ever achieved?

In 2015 I climbed Snowdon on the hardest path, with no climbing experience or preparation.

If you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would you meet?

Michael Bay, to talk him into an early retirement.

One Thing Students Won't Know About Me...

 I'm not actually Kevin Baker's son.


​When I was 16/17 I decided I wanted to be a filmmaker, my reason was that there's so many dreadful films being made, if I made my own there would at least be something I would enjoy. So I signed up to the Media Production course at Boston College.


I then went to Staffordshire University to study film production, and got a 2:1, which suits me fine. As well as the qualification, one or two films I made won a couple of minor awards, the best one was a TV show we made that won the regional RTS Award for a Student Entertainment Production. It was a proud evening spent with a load of D-list celebrities; our award was presented by David Harewood from Homeland.


I obviously spent my two years at Boston College being memorable because I got a phone call one day from Tim White, saying a Media Technician job had become available, I applied and the rest is history.