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Paul Dominik Diamond, known as Dominik Diamond is a Scottish television and radio presenter and newspaper columnist. He is best known as the original presenter of Channel 4's video gaming programme GamesMaster, as host of The Dominik Diamond Breakfast Show on Xfm Scotland and as a columnist for the Daily Star, he hosted The Dominik Diamond Show Mon-Fri 6-11pm on Q107 in Toronto. After a stint hosting The Dominik Diamond Morning Show on new music station Radio 96.5 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Diamond returned to the Toronto market 31 March 2014, replacing Dean Blundell as host of the morning show on 102.1 The Edge. From September 2015 he has been the Morning Show host on Jack FM in Calgary. Born in Arbroath, Diamond attended Strathallan School in Forgandenny, Perthshire, he went on to study drama at Bristol University attended by Little Britain star David Walliams. Walliams and Diamond were part of a comedy troupe called "David Icke and The Orphans of Jesus", in which they were joined by Simon Pegg.
Walliams and Diamond fell out after Walliams appeared as a guest on Diamond and his friend Kirk Ewing's Paramount show "Dom'n'Kirk's Night O Plenty" - after which Diamond said that Walliams and co-Little Britain star Matt Lucas were "complete arseholes". Diamond has not spoken to Walliams since, yet still refers to him as a "comic genius". Diamond's biggest role on television to date came on Channel 4 computer and video game show Gamesmaster, which ran from 1992-1998; however he was absent during the show's third series, which he attributed to a disagreement with the show's then-sponsors, McDonald's. He went on to present the short-lived BBC Scotland panel show Caledonia McBrains in 2002. In 2006, Diamond filmed Crucify Me. During filming, he took part in the live annual Holy week re-enactment of the crucifixion at San Pedro Cutud. However, he backed down at the last minute, he has appeared on the Discovery Real Time programme, Rubble Trouble, which charts the development of his house extension.
While residing in Brighton from 2002 to 2004, he trained and worked as a bus driver with the local transport company Brighton and Hove Bus Company, recording his thoughts and feelings for a documentary to be shown on UK television Channel 5. To Diamond, many celebrities have worked for Brighton and Hove Bus Company, some of which are named on the front of the city's buses. Diamond's autobiography, Celtic & Me: Confessions From The Jungle, was published in the UK by Black & White Publishing in August 2010; the book is a combination of media memoir and the story of Diamond's life as a fan of Celtic Football Club. In 2015, he became. Diamond launched XFM Scotland with The Dominik Diamond Breakfast Show on Xfm Scotland in January 2006. On 27 June 2007, RadioToday.co.uk announced that Diamond had joined Talk 107 to cover a number of programmes over the summer months. From 13 October 2007 Diamond presented the Dominik Diamond Breakfast Club on Talk 107. In January 2008 Dominik took over Talk 107 Drive with Marisa de Andrade.
In April 2008, following a station revamp, the show became known as de Andrade. Diamond left Talk 107. In 2015, Diamond started working for Jack96.9FM in Calgary, AB, Canada but left the show in November 2018. Dominik Diamond on IMDb
Detroit Swing 66/Ping One Down is a seven-track EP by British rock band Gomez, released in 2002 on Hut/Virgin Records in Australia. Both Detroit Swing 66 and Ping One Down had been featured on the album In Our Gun. Detroit Swing 66 was played to radio in Australia only. However, Ping One Down had a video made and was released as another double A side single in the UK, together with Sound of Sounds. Sound of Sounds never aired in Australia; the EP’s B-sides are from the UK Gomez single Shot Shot, apart from Click Click, featured on the UK Ping One Down/Sound of Sounds single. The five extra tracks were that year put onto a bonus disc to be repackaged with In Our Gun. All tracks by Gomez "Detroit Swing 66" – 3:57 "Ping One Down" – 3:20 "Silhouettes" – 4:35 "Coltrane" – 3:23 "Air-hostess Song" – 5:09 "Pop Juice" – 4:23 "Click Click" – 2:19 Ian Ball – vocals, guitar Ben Ottewell – vocals, guitar Paul Blackburn – bass Tom Gray – vocals, keyboards Olly Peacock – drums Detroit Swing 66/Ping One Down at MusicBrainz