Having made a nuisance of myself at several commercial and BBC local radio stations over the years, I found myself on air presenting a Sunday morning show on Radio Caroline at the turn of the millennium. I found a home at my local community radio station and then decided to have a go at syndicating my own show where I can play my kind of music. For my sins I am a QPR supporter but don’t know why as they never come and see me when I’m bad. My favourite drink is tea, especially when a packet of bourbon biscuits is attached to it. I also enjoy hill walking in Norfolk.
Clive began DJing as a mobile disco in the mid 70s and by the early 80s had progressed to club DJing as resident at the Paradise Garage club in Lewisham, south London with occasional appearances at the Bank club in Chelsea, west London. Clive also appeared on stage at some of the “soul all dayer” […]
Geoff started his career at the age of 13 and within five years was one of the Mecca Group’s top DJs, being used as their opening act for their new venues nationwide. During the ’60s when package tours were at the height of their popularity, Geoff could be found compering shows with Animals, Kinks, Spencer […]
Stafford’s World launched at the end of May 2006 and is now over 12 years old. After nearly 10 years of broadcasting shows across Europe on satellite, firstly via EKR and then from Radio Caroline, I just thought it might be a good idea to try to get the show heard in a few other […]
Dave Edwards has been associated with the world of Radio Broadcasting for over 40 years, having started as many do, in Hospital Radio. He was one of the driving forces behind the formation of The Loughborough Hospitals Broadcasting Service (LHBS) back in 1975. In fact, Dave was the Station Manager for several years. Dave has, over the years, worked for both Commercial and Publicly funded radio stations both here in the UK, as well as worldwide. He started as a Studio Assistant at BBC Radio Leicester in 1976. He was used as a Commercial 'Voice Over' talent on Radio Trent in Nottingham and Mercia Sound in Coventry in the eighties. Having grown up in the Sixties, and having experienced the Seventies, he has a genuine love for the popular music of those two decades. His special love of the '70s is reflected in his show called 'That Seventies Sound'
Ginger and Nuts is a highly addictive radio show that's guaranteed to lift your mood to make you feel good.
Peter Fairhead is a native of Chelmsford who moved to West Yorkshire as long ago as 1980. By then, life after grammar school had seen him working in Road Safety, then selling Mars bars, Rothmans cigarettes and finally Memorex cassettes. A member of Hospital Radio Chelmsford since aged 14, Peter’s enthusiasm for music took him via work experience at BBC Radio Medway (Kent) to Radio Orwell (Suffolk) in 1978, after which Peter decided to call himself a professional radio man, and he remained a full-timer until the mid-1990’s.