Born in Portsmouth, England. Chris Jensen started his radio career with "Portsmouth Hospital Broadcasting" in 1976, where he read the news and sports results, as well as presenting the occasional music programme.
In 1979 Chris moved to live in Ireland, where he got heavily involved in the pirate radio scene, working on a number of stations based in the Irish midlands.
Chris went on to own or part-own 4 pirate radio stations, the first of which opened in 1983 and the last, a short-wave station, which was heard throughout northern Europe, closed in 2008, whilst at the same time producing/presenting recorded programmes for pirate radio stations in Ireland, England, Scotland, Spain and Chile in South America.
In the late 1980's, when pirate radio was outlawed in Ireland, Chris kept his short-wave station operating, for a further 20 years until 2008, when he reluctantly closed the station down and retired completely from radio.
Chris Jensen came out of retirement in 2016, but this time he decided he wasn't doing any pirate radio work, he was going to do it all legally.
With that in mind he built his own radio studio and became a syndicated radio host, presenting and producing his own Golden Oldies and Rock Music format radio programmes which are distributed to radio stations around the world.