Norman was a founder member of hospital Radio in Glasgow and Paisley in 1969.
In 1973 he joined the original team at Radio Clyde 261 as a evening producer, then as a presenter of the Saturday Breakfast Show and Visiting Time on a Sunday, with an audience of 360,000 listeners.
In 1985 Norman founded an entertainment agency and event company, then in 1990 a wholesale distribution company.
Retiring in 2012 he returned to hospital radio, building a home studio to produce and syndicate programmes, including Lets Get Together which is a spotlight on an artist or group, playing 15 of their popular songs and including a biographical look at their career.
In 2018 he applied and was successfully granted a licence from Ofcom to set up a Community Radio station.
Norman still presents a weekly show on hospital Radio in Glasgow, and daily shows on Paisley FM.
He also runs a Training Academy to provide young people with the SQA level 5 course in Radio broadcasting as part of further achievement courses in schools