From work experience, to station manager, program presenter, and advocate for professional training programs offered to members, John has dedicated himself to provide Triple H and the community with a truly balanced connection through radio.
Over the years, John has helped numerous members through training, and in 2014 established the John Lee Training Scholarship to encourage more youth involvement at Triple H. This successful program gave us Teen Talk in 2015, still on air Mondays from 6pm. The 2016 program is well on track to deliver another show, planned to air from May, called 'In Between'. John is already planning for 2017.
And, if that wasn't enough to keep him busy, John presents 2 weekly shows, the longest established on Triple H. On Tuesday, from noon, it's the Electric Barnyard, country/blues experience, and Thursday, also from noon, it's the Classic Rock Express, loaded with great tracks from the 60's, 70's & 80's, thanks to the 'Boneman'.
John Lee manages all this whilst also managing major health issues. Mainly dialysis, done 3 days a week, which is where he befriended Dj Chunky P (Marcus), who sadly passed away in January this year. John is a battler, and brings a wealth of inspiration to members of Triple H and the community.
When asked what Triple H means to him, John says; "It's the connection between the station and the community, not just a local radio station, but a source of fun, entertainment, and communication, for everyone". When one looks for challenges in life, John adds this; "It has been an honor and privilege to be with Triple H all this time, and I hope my legacy will be that the radio station remains as the valuable community asset it is today".