Fernando Alvim, soon began his activity as a communicator, as a student in the Journal and Radio of the Secondary School of Gondomar, passing through the radio calls in the extinct Radio Prisma, in Rio Tinto, Gondomar county, from there never stopped again. He specializes as a speaker at age 17 at Radio Press, where he will go to Nova Era, in Oporto, presenting the program Terminal de Engate. In 1998 he is invited to Radio Comercial and currently he remains at Antena 3, where he presents Oral Proof. In television he made his debut in Top-Rock (1998), for TVI alongside Vanda Miranda, Mariana Amaral and Pedro Marques, where he left to co-present with Rui Unas and Rita Mendes, Curto-Circuito (1999) ), not extinct CNL. The same program would go to SIC Radical, joining him with other young presenters like Pedro Ribeiro, Teresa Tavares or Bruno Nogueira. Alvim was in the project until 2002, returning for a short period in 2006. Simultaneously collaborated in projects like Cine-XL (2001), next to Nuno Markl, followed by The Perfect Abnormal (2002), The Man of the Conspiracy ( 2003) and Good Night Alvim (2007).
He published in 2008 the book Alvim – 50 Years of Career (Sphere of Books), his third book after The Day in which We Fucked You were not Home (Editions Quasi, 2003) and Four Men for So Many Women (Tarso Editions, 2005) of which he was co-author. He created 365 Magazine, a bimonthly publication and launched the Thermometer Unplugged Festival, the Alternative Song Festival, and the online television Speaky.TV.
Nowadays, in addition to staying in the Oral Exam, he has returned to television, where on Tuesdays he presents the program 5 For Midnight on RTP2, which is preceded by a short interview on Antena 3, during the afternoon, where a synopsis of program is outlined. Also on Antena 3 he makes the program 5 for Noon, issued deferred on Saturdays at 12.00, along with the other presenters from 5 to Midnight. Also in relation to 5 For Midnight, he made the radio program 5 Para uma Uma. In 2011 he left the 5 Midnight team to focus on two new projects, the return of Speaky.TV and Zero, a magazine whose first number is due in October 20111.
He has collaborated since 2008 with Maxmen magazine.
Great appreciator of stiff white rice in the casserole and wide walks on the beach. More information at http://www.fernandoalvim.com/