Jon Briggs’ work spans radio, TV, voice-over, training and conferences. He started in radio in 1981 as tea boy and progressed to the breakfast show with BBC Radio Oxford aged 19. Briggs is the station voice of BBC Radio 2, and was the voice of the BBC quiz show, The Weakest Link. In 1996, he founded London based talent agency, The Excellent Voice Company – marketing and representing vocal talents. Jon worked as a reporter for BBC Radio 4 current affairs programmes, and went on to anchor the breakfast news programme for BBC Radio 5. In the mid-1990s, he refereed the weekly political debate Sunday mornings on ITN, and spent three years working on a weekly review of London's entertainment scene. Jon is a superstar conference moderator working with many of the world's largest companies. He has also provided his voice for text-to-speech software, including Siri, the personal assistant application for Apple's iPhone 4S.