I’m a retired BT Manager and Road Safety presenter (think speed awareness courses!) who lives in North West Leicestershire. Married, we share our home with our adopted black and white cat. (Yes, he very graciously adopted us). How did I get involved with radio presenting, well, read on……. After a lifelong interest in radio broadcasting, especially those based on ships and abandoned wartime forts, I started as a volunteer presenter, engineer and fundraiser with Carillon Radio (a hospital radio station) in 2007. To record programmes meant a weekly trip to the Loughborough studios, but as I was self employed at the time, it was not always convenient. Coming from an engineering background, I subsequently discovered that I could record programmes from home relatively easily. I started recording programmes from home a year or so later and have carried on ever since. I left Carillon Radio after a couple of years and ventured into the big wide world of internet radio. My main signature programme back then was “Easy Sunday”, and it continues through to today. A wide variety of music from the 1950’s to the present day, together with a number of features to keep you entertained. Hope you like it.close
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Brilliantly funny and packed with iconic songs from the late 50s, John Byrne's Underwood Lane has it all: style, fierce love rivalry, broken hearts, dodgy dealers, religion, sex and death! 'Underwood Lane - the Winter sun hangs like a suppurating boil glued to a giant sheet of dirty asbestos above the blackened tenements that rear up from the cobbled street like a row of broken teeth...' So sets the scene […]
What is Exchange? A new community theatre space dedicated to producing, receiving and promoting access to theatre productions for young people and families, as well as involving young people aged 0-25 in performance and creative learning activities in a professional environment. We want: * More young people in theatres: watching, participating, creating, learning, volunteering, working and leading * To help transform social, educational & personal outcomes for many more young […]
Kilbarchan Performing Arts Centre is a flexible space that can accommodate a wide variety of performance arts. The venue lends itself to live music and smaller theatre productions, but also has a cinema screen and can be used for mixed media productions or simply showing film. The venue has extensive lighting and sound system along with microphones etc. TecPro talkback and hearing loop systems are also available. Capacities: 130 theatre […]