As a kid, I was obsessed with radio and was lucky enough to grow up in the golden age of independent local stations. My favourites; Beacon, Signal and Marcher Sound, all enjoyed the freedom of content that reigned before the big boys came along and networked everything into “Banal FM”.
After moving from Shropshire to Liverpool in 2007, I became an active supporter of the local music scene, and in 2014 founded the Mersey Gig Guide which led to my weekly ‘What’s On’ spot on a local radio station. After a few months, I was offered my own show, which I did for a year before leaving in search of a station that offered me more musical freedom.
In 2017, I was offered my dream show on the original, world-famous pirate station Radio Caroline, where I looked after Early Breakfast every Thursday until August 2018. I moved to Sunday evenings on 21st October 2018, and finally on 4th August 2020, I was offered prime time on Tuesdays, from 5pm-7.30pm; which is now where I happily reside, inflicting my own brand of tuneage on anyone who’ll listen. All my shows, past and present, are available here.
By day, I’m a copywriter, proofreader and copy-editor, providing a range of editorial services to business clients, publishers and independent authors – and unsurprisingly, whatever time I have left over is spent with my face shoved in a book.
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