Former radio DJ jailed for life for murdering fiancee

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by David Prior

Former Magic AM presenter Geoff Hemming has been jailed for life after admitting murdering his fiancee.

Hemming during his radio career Hemming during his radio career

At Nottingham Crown Court yesterday, the 52-year-old was found guilty of stabbing Denise Williamson at their home in Hucknall, near Nottingham, in July last year.

Sentencing him, Judge Michael Stokes QC ordered he serve a minimum of 18 years before he will be considered for parole.

He told Hemming: “This was brutal and persistent attack on a woman who had no prospect of defending herself.”

Hemming worked as a freelance presenter on Sheffield-based Magic AM until May last year, working on the Saturday breakfast show.

He also worked on the former GEM-AM radio station, which was an offshoot of Radio Trent, and Bradford-based The Pulse.

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