An experienced media personality used to the spotlight, Brian Taylor, affectionately known as BT, is a relaxed and professional presenter well-loved by audiences for his down to earth and pragmatic approach.
His amiable and relaxed manner has made Brian a firm favourite at events. He tells it like it is on radio and television, when he knows thousands are listening, imagine what he will do face to face with your clients and staff?
One of the most colourful and controversial footballers of the 1980s, Brian Taylor perfectly blended a touch of the ridiculous with a ton of skill to establish himself as a firm favourite with the football fans of both Richmond and Collingwood.
The winner of four consecutive club goal-kicking awards at the Magpies, he bagged exactly 100 goals in 1986 to win the coveted John Coleman Medal. After retiring in 1991 Taylor’s public image continued to build considerably.
While he held several minor coaching roles, it was with his work behind the microphone calling the football in his own inimitable style that he made a name for himself. His passionate and rousing calling style soon became a favourite with listeners on Triple M and 3AW and he forms part of the Channel 7 football panel calling games each week. BT has developed his own segment ‘Roaming Brian’ where he takes the audience to the coalface after the game to chat with players, coaching staff and friends & family.
An entertaining and animated presenter, Brian will let you into the secrets that go on behind the scenes at a football club and give you an insight into the fabulous world of television and radio.
A humorous host and articulate speaker, BT draws on a wealth of life, sport and work experiences to entertain, and has the natural ability to relate to people at all levels, all ages and all walks of life.