BBC Radio One star Greg James hit in the head by a BUS in shock accident | The Sun

BBC Radio One star Greg James has revealed she shocking moment he was hit in the head by a BUS.

The 37-year-old said he was left stunned when a speedy driver pulled into the lane and misjudged how close he was to the pavement.

Greg was talking about his "darkness" on How To Fail With Elizabeth Day – and how he uses road rage to get his anger out.

He said: "I got really cross at a bus driver once. I was waiting for a bus because I'm incredibly down to earth and take the bus…

"He swooped in so quickly he hit my head. He actually hit my head.

"I was on the pavement. I said 'mate, you just hit me in the head with your bus'. He went 'oh shut up'.


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"I said 'what do you mean shut up? You hit me with your bus, look how big your bus is'. I get riled at transport.

"The real darkness comes when I'm tired, stressed and over-worked. I have really horrible moments of crippling self-doubt sometimes.

"I wake up and think how am I going to do this radio show today. Am I any good? I've been doing it for ages, maybe I should be doing something else."

Greg was presenting the Drivetime show on BBC Radio when it was announced he was the new Breakfast host in 2018.

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He took over from Nick Grimshaw as the pair switched shows, with Grimshaw taking on the Drivetime show from 4 pm–7 pm.

Greg recently launched his very own Channel 4 show.

Rise and Fall is a game of strategy as 16 ordinary people compete to rise to a position of power.

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