Nicky Keig-Shevlin (born 1 January 1965) was a radio presenter who spent the majority of her career working for Brighton based station Southern FM (formerly Southern Sound). She presented the weekday breakfast show with Danny Pike ('Danny and Nicky in the Morning'). Nicky lives in Hove with her husband Bob Booker, Brighton and Hove Albion FC's Reserve Team Coach.
In the late 1980s Nicky co-presented a late Sunday evening show on Southern FM with Tommy Boyd. The format of the show was phone-in/quiz style with the occasional record thrown in - 'Two Little Boys' by Rolf Harris and 'Narcissus' by Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band ("Hey, you have the same trouble with your trousers I do!" etc.) being two that featured regularly. Other than simply being a great bit of light-entertainment, the main aim of the show was to make the weekend last longer before the majority of listeners had to endure the Monday morning return to school or work. Each show ended with the playing of "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong.
On Monday 9 June 2008, Nicky announced that she would be 'hanging up her headphones' after an extensive career that has spanned over two decades at the Southern FM radio station. Nicky's last day on air was Thursday 19 June 2008.