Sally Boazman is known throughout the UK as BBC Radio 2’s “Sally Traffic”. After working with the likes of Steve Wright, Johnnie Walker, Ken Bruce, Jeremy Vine, Chris Evans and Simon Mayo, she has become known as the woman who changed the face of traffic news.
Millions now tune into her informative and witty bulletins, and she has been nominated for numerous awards from both her peers and from professional motoring organisations.
Her popularity means she is in demand for corporate events, and she undertakes personal appearances, grand openings, corporate hosting, speeches, voiceovers and corporate productions.
Clients include Truck Fest, Scania, Rolls Royce, RAC, Eddie Stobart Trucks, Police Forces and Government Agencies.
She has recorded voice-overs for Land Rover, Cadbury and even Status Quo and has promoted and endorsed The Road Haulage Association, Crimestoppers and The Highways Agency (even on occasions standing in for the Minister of Transport!).
Sally also performs a one-woman show and has presented an in-house audio magazine programme for the RAC – Call Sign for the RAC patrols which has recently won an award from the Institute of Internal Communication Awards in the radio category for online news using Audio and podcast.
Sally supports a number of charities, including Transaid, which tackles poverty and disadvantage by building transport skills in the developing world.
She recently undertook a challenge of a sponsored cycle ride over 400km across Kenya’s stunning Rift Valley to raise £70,000 to help people in the developing world benefit from safe, affordable and efficient transport.
She was honoured to be presented to the charity’s patron, HRH Princess Royal, at the recent 10th Anniversary dinner.
Sally can be heard on BBC Radio 2 every weekend.