<strong>By ALAN FERGUSON</strong> <strong>By ALAN FERGUSON</strong> <strong>HOT weather woman Jean Johansson is now taking over Your Radio on Friday nights.</strong> Radio boss Gary Marshall heard the well-known TV presenter from STV was looking to try her hand at radio.

Now she’ll be taking over the club classics on Friday nights.

Jean told the Post: “I am over the moon to be joining the team at Your Radio. Club Classics is the perfect show for me as I love any kind of music that makes you want to get up and dance.

“Although most of my career has been spent in front of the camera, I feel very at home in a radio booth.” Jean burst onto the screens after winning a nationwide search for a TV presenter.

Her debut came when she was aged 18 when she presented UKOOL, a magazine style programme for CBBC. Three more series followed including a live morning version of the show.

<p style="text-align: center;"><img style="width: 408px; height: 605px;" src="/media/1033/wp_20150401_13_07_03_pro.jpg?width=408px&height=605px" alt="undefined" rel="53316" /> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>MEDIA-MINDED: Jean has a wealth of experience in broadcasting</strong> More live experience came when she worked for the Disney Channel, interviewing pop bands, artist, authors and sportspeople on a daily basis.

She has travelled the world filming reports as well as hosting the BAFTA award-winning Disney Channel Awards from London Arena.

A successful model, Jean has regularly appeared in pages of Scotland’s fashion magazines, catwalk shows and has starred in campaigns for Toni and Guy, as well as Molton Brown cosmetics.

More recently, Jean has progressed into broadcast journalism.

While completing her postgraduate diploma, she headed up the newsroom of her university radio station and thrived as both a reporter and editor of daily and hourly bulletins.

Alongside this, Jean presented the weather for STV.

With her sense of style and bubbly attitude, Jean became a hit as a ‘weather girl’ and a popular member of the news team.

And now the media woman is looking to branch out to radio presenting.

Jean added: “When controller Gary Marshall heard I was interested in dipping my toes in to radio, he contacted me right away. “It was an offer I couldn’t refuse. I look forward to spinning some great records on a Friday night, so tune in.” Away from work, Jean is a self confessed book worm, movie lover and a musical theatre enthusiast. Her main passion is her three year old son, Jonathan.