Weston boy is world's youngest DJ
Little DJ Jack Hill, from Weston-super-Mare, has officially become the youngest male radio presenter in the world.
Jack, also known as DJ Jack on the Box, because he has to stand on a box to reach the controls, has been awarded the title by the World Records Academy.
It follows the launch of his own radio show on Star 107.7 in 2008 after being spotted at the Unsigned Music Live event in Grove Park in August.
With his own regular slot on the last Sunday of every month from 3pm-4pm, it made the eight-year-old the youngest radio DJ in Britain.
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Now it has been confirmed he is actually the youngest male presenter in the world as a five-year-old girl in America holds the youngest female presenter title.
Jack has a string of successes behind him and is also currently the Guinness World Record holder for "youngest club DJ" and is featured in the 2009 edition of the book.
He has been spinning records since the age of three and first became a Guinness record holder at six, for World's Youngest DJ.
Jack's twin brother Harry has now also decided he wants to be a DJ, so they will both follow in their dad's footsteps, who has been a DJ for 20 years.
Dad Bob, 43, said: "Hopefully this will help make him successful.
"It's all he wants to do.
"He comes home from school and goes straight on his decks.
"Music is his life and he will be a DJ when he grows up, there's no doubt about it.
"His tastes are quite grown-up.
"He takes it all in his stride and doesn't show much emotion but we know he enjoyed it."
Star Radio DJ Darren Daley said: "Jack's show has been going really well and the response has been excellent. People of all ages love him.
"I am delighted we have been able to assist Jack in becoming the world's youngest male DJ."