The Repair Shop: Who is Mark Stuckey? 

Find out more about Mark Stuckey

Emmy Griffiths

Mark Stuckey is one of the firm favourites on The Repair Shopwhere he is the radio expert. During his time of the show, the expert has repaired a jukebox and a tape-to-tape recorder from the 1960s among many other items, always with huge sentimental value behind it. But how much do you know about the man himself? Find out more here... 

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Mark runs a classic radio shop in Cromer, Norfolk. On the website, Mark opened up about his time on The Repair Shop, writing: "I have worked on the BBC series The Repair Shop for the last three series... I have been repairing/restoring many items of vintage and classic electronic equipment from radios, amplifiers, tape recorders, radiograms, etc to a jukebox plus many more for the show." 

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Speaking about his interest in radio restoration, he wrote: "I would say people like myself have an interest in the past, perhaps because it seems they were better times, things were less complicated and hearing the sound coming from a radio loudspeaker. Perhaps the family were sitting around listening to the Clithero Kid, The Navy Lark on a Sunday lunchtime or late in the night or hearing from a 1930's radio that war in Europe has ended. 

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"That's where I get the buzz, something from the past that I cannot only look at but have the same enjoyment as those original owners had, so many years ago."


Mark has fixed some amazing things on the show

According to the site, Mark also has a pet pooch, Molly, who is 'head of security'! Her caption reads: "Molly is an 11-year-old Norwich Terrier. Head of security here at the workshops, She always lets us know when clients are nearby and with a happy 'Hello' and some tiggles will allow you to pass through." 

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