Founder: DJ ZooT @ Gwent Radio.
Sean Rafferty is the founder and one of the main volunteer at Gwent Radio.
Sean brings to Gwent Radio over 35 years of experience in business information systems and development.
Sean wears a number of hats at Gwent Radio, acting as programme director he is responsible for all content, promotions, as well as being the main automation engineer responsible for radio broadcasting of all media and broadcasting developments.
Sean is also responsible for designing and updating Gwent Radio website on a regular bases.
Sean founded Gwent Radio in April 2017, spending twelve months organising and building four sound-proof studio's with help from his brother Martin and his long time friend Johnny Ryan.
Sean has a long standing passion for music and on a weekly basis he has the pleasure of dealing with fifty volunteer Radio Presenters & DJ's, Including organizing the automation and play-out system to broadcast all of the radio shows at Gwent Radio.
Sean is constantly updating Gwent Radio website and in between his other jobs he is creating music playlist from the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, right up to the current TOP 40. from his collection of 10,000 music Cd's.
Seans music tastes ranges from the art deco period of the 1940 with The Rat Pack through to the Rock n Roll 1950's, & 1960'S Classic Hits, Sean has a passion for Reggae, Rocksteady, Ska, Mod Classics, & Northern Soul music.
Over the last 3 months Sean has been developing a live recording studio so that bands can play in the studio and we can video and record them live. more news to follow.
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GWENT RADIO FOUNDED IN APRIL 2017 - DJ ZOOT
Volunteer and Radio Presenter @ Gwent Radio.
Tom Ebdon is one of the main volunteer at Gwent Radio, who every week is responsible for doing the radio station automation engineering which enable the shows to play on time every week.
I am Tom Ebdon, I was born in Auchinleck, Ayrshire, Scotland. I moved from Scotland to Exeter in the late 1950's, where I spent my teenage and early adult years. I worked in the building trade for a while and was also a milkman and a mobile DJ, catering for private parties. I married and had my first son Scott while in Devon, I was divorced from my first wife in the early 1980's,
I then moved to London and lived there for around ten years, where I remarried and had two children, Nickolas and Aprile before moving to Newport.
I was a member of an armature drama group from The Royal Forest of Dean, while there I met a film producer and through him I became a Supporting artiste and have worked with some well known stars including Andrea Coor of The Coor's, Neil Pearson, Sally Hawkins, David Thewlis, Alison Steadman Ron Rogers from T'Pau and appeared in TV shows such as Casualty, Don't Forget The Driver, to mention just a couple.
I have presented Radio programs on Forest OF Dean Radio and Triangle Radio, my most memorable interview was at the Coleford Music Festival, where my co presenter and myself interviewed the great GENO WASHINGTON.
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RADIO AUTOMATION ENGINEER & RADIO PRESENTER
Presents: Stan Berry on Gwent Radio.
Stan Berry hosts - The Stan Berry on Gwent Radio. between 10AM and 12Noon every Saturday and again between 10AM and 12Noon every Monday Morning.
Stan can be heard on Gwent Radio broadcasting to the community of Gwent and the world! Stan started as a DJ at the age of 14 performing at the Soul Centre (The Commercial Inn, Sally Walkers in Newport, South Wales).
Stans first regularly paid job was at the (quite famous at the time) In Place, Newport where he was very fortunate to compare on to the stage bands such as Deep Purple, Roy Wood and the Move, Edison Lighthouse, and many more of that era.
While working there he also appeared on The Radio One Club several times. Moving on in time, Stan held a residency at the top Cardiff Cabaret Club "Titos" for five years. Stan has been heard on many hospital radio stations and local radio stations.
Stan Berry was the second Volunteer to join our team of Volunteer Radio Presenters at Gwent Radio, Stan loves giving back to his local community and without people like Stan who has given Gwent Radio his knowledge and his valuable time for free, we would not be able to provide this service to you.
You can hear Stan on Gwent Radio:-
Saturday 10am - 12noon - The Stan & Ray Experience.
Monday 10am - 12noon - The Stan & Ray Experience.
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STAN BERRY ON GWENT RADIO - EMAIL email@example.com
Presents: Theo on Gwent Radio.
Terry Theobald hosts - Theo On Gwent Radio Show between 7pm and 9pm every Friday evening and again between 7pm and 9pm on Wednesday evening.
Theo on Gwent Radio, is the weekly show where Terry will be playing rock, pop, punk, funk, reggae, heavy, blues, alternative, dance, trance, in fact, anything other than that One Direction type nonsense, oh yes!,
Mayhem and madness with great tunes and a hint of comedy, what! Oh yes, it's for the hipsters, flipsters and finger popping daddies among us! ENJOY!
Theo was formerly a radio presenter on Chepstow Radio and Now he is a regular every week in Gwent Radio studios making video and recording radio shows for the community of Gwent, South Wales.
Terry Theobald has published several fishing books called "Well and Truly Hooked and A Year on The Water" Terry has been an angler since the age of four and just loves to go fishing at every opportunity, whether that be fishing for sea coarse or game.
You can hear Theo on Gwent Radio:-
Friday 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm - Theo on Gwent Radio.
Wednesday 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm - Theo on Gwent Radio.
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Presents: The Rock Mass.
Join Tony Heare for Rock Mass for one of the best rock shows on Planet Earth. Bringing you the best of commercial rock through the ages and the finest new releases.
Tony grew up with classic British rock in the early Seventies, bands like Purple, Sabbath and Zeppelin.
Deep Purple's 'In Rock' was the album that really got Tony into this type of music and my first real gig was seeing the Coverdale/Hughes version of the band in 1974.
Many years later, after punk and hair metal had come and gone, Tony went to his first festival at Donington in 1991, seeing the likes of Metallica and AC/DC in a live environment. That convinced Tony to try his hand at radio.
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THE ROCK MASS - GENRE - ROCK, CLASSIC BRITISH ROCK, SEVENTIES ROCK MUSIC
Presents: The Pulse, Lift Off, Super Gold 50's & Super Gold 60's
Alister Wheeldon is known as Big Al due to being 6ft 3inches tall!
Alister began broadcasting initially on hospital radio but was quickly picked up by several local radio stations and eventually presented The East Midlands Biggest Request Show, known as TEMBRS, on a daily basis. In recent years he has moved on to hosting shows in foreign parts including Drive Time in Spain, a 60s and 70s show, and the Love Groove late at night. He also now has shows on radio stations in Germany, the USA, and Australia.
Alister has also covered the last three General Elections as anchor on local radio…an 8 hour live show with virtually no music, only chat. Not easy to do when you need the loo!
In 2014 Al began producing and presenting Super Gold 50s and Super Gold 60s and an old school friend could not believe his ears when he tuned in his radio in Australia and heard Alister’s shows!.
Over the last couple of years Al has been working on The Pulse – a blend of Soul and Motown with Philly, Stax and the best complementary hits.
Alister’s Favourite Tunes
Artists include The Beatles, Simply Red, Roxy Music, The Rolling Stones, Neil Sedaka and The ELO.
50s hit “Hoots Mon” by Lord Rockingham’s 11
60s hit “She Loves You” by The Beatles
70s hit “Love Is The Drug” by Roxy Music
80s hit “Ride On Time” by Black Box
90s hit “Back For Good” by Take That
00s hit “Call On Me” by Eric Prydz
10s hit “Happy” by Pharrell Williams
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THE PULSE, LIFT OFF, SUPER GOLD 50'S & SUPER GOLD 60'S - GENRE - 50'S 60'S 70'S, 80'S
Presents; Ultimate Gold.
I'm Iain Swanston. I Played his first tune on the radio back in 1974 at the age of just 15 whilst working for a pirate radio station in Edinburgh. Since then I've always been in or around radio.
I present Ultimate Gold every week on gwent radio, I'll be playing you only the very best hits from the 50's right through to the 80's together with all your favourite features, the Top 10,
In the spotlight, It should have sold a million and much more.
I hope you can join me for a terrific walk down musical memory lane.
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ULTIMATE GOLD - GENRE - 50'S 60'S 70'S & 80'S
Presents: Solid Gold Sixties. - Supersonic Seventies - Kick Up The Eighties
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 venue's nationwide. During the '60s when package tours were at the height of their popularity, Geoff could be found compering shows with Animals, Kinks, Spencer Davis, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry, and MC'd for the second-ever Led Zeppelin show.
Come the late '60s, Geoff was on the radio with the BBC Radio and in 1974 became one of Radio Hallam's first voices when the station launched, being the new commercial station for Sheffield. In the '70s, Geoff also worked on Q102 in Florida, USA and KZUN in Dallas. In the '80s, you'd have heard him on the legendary pirate radio station, Sunshine Radio.
Geoff has interviewed over 1700 artists in the past 10 years, including members of the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Queen, Rolling Stones, Sir Cliff Richard, Genesis, Status Quo, Blondie, The Searchers, Slade, Toto, Rick Astley, Foreigner and Jethro Tull... and that's just the start of the list!
The show continues to draw huge names to be interviewed both live on the telephone and in the studio and is Syndicated to 91 radio stations in 20 countries.
He compared the second ever gig by Led Zeppelin and early shows with Fleetwood Mac. Geoff has been heard on Radio Hallam, Q102 in Florida and KZUN in Dallas, pirate radio station Sunshine Radio, Skyline FM, Express FM, Mix 94 in Las Vegas and the UK
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SOLID GOLD 60'S - SUPERSONIC 70'S - KICK UP THE 80'S - GENRE - 60'S, 70S & 80'S
Presents: Dancing Through The Decades - I Love The 70'S - Electric City - After Hours
Fred started his own radio journey in 2012 as a presenter and subsequently Station Manager at Jubilee Hospital Radio, which is based in the beautiful Channel Island of Guernsey.
He decided to step down from his managerial duties at Jubilee. He decided the time was right to develop my own programe making skills and produce his own radio shows."
Fred Setters is committed to producing quality radio programmes includes "Electric City", "Dancing Through The Decades", "I Love The Seventies" and "After Hours".
Established in 2016 Fred Shows can be heard in the UK, Europe and further afield,
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DANCING DECADES - AFTER HOURS - ELECTRIC CITY - I LOVE THE SEVENTIES 50S, 60S, 70S & 80S
Presents: The Northern Soul Show. & The Groove Line
Peter Marsham was born on 7th December 1974. His mother has sadly never got her figure back. The number one that day was You're the First, the Last, My Everything by Barry White.
Peter grew up in Kingston Upon Hull - the City of Culture! and has worked on the radio for 25+ years and is still getting away with it as he's lolling about here.
Peter is married to Megan and they are proud parents to Isla and Isaac (who you can hear on the air sometimes). He also has a Cockapoo called Ozzy, a rabbit called Lola and three goldfish called Peppa, George and Mickey!
Make sure you have the talc and lino down ready for our Northern Soul Show with Peter - playing some classic, rare and special versions of those marvellous songs for fans old and new.
Peter has worked full-time on professional radio stations up and down the country including Minster FM, Lincs FM and Yorkshire Coast Radio.
He set up my own station in Hull back in 2007 and a couple of years later beat off numerous commercial and BBC stations to win the SONY Gold Award for Best Local Radio Station in Yorkshire.
Peter now presents the Northern Soul Show and The Groove Line on Gwent Radio.
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THE NORTHERN SOUL SHOW - THE GROOVE LINE
Presents; Love Zone & Vinyl Days
Alec has been doing radio now for almost 30 years, Alec started in hospital radio, playing weird stuff like country music and Frank Sinatra ?? never knew anything about them at the time, but managed to wing it with the help of sleeve notes on the album covers.
While still doing radio Alec became a mobile dj and has been doing this for the last 25 years.
Alec got his big break on a FM & DAB station in Birmingham were he works a few days a week,
About Vinyl Days and the Love Zone.
Vinyl Days is a Radio show with music from the 1960`s through to the 1990`s.
52 Weeks a year we play you the best classic hits anywere.
Music that makes you feel good ,and make you think back to some great days in your life.
Also you can contact us in many ways to get your songs played that mean a lot to you.
We give you the 3 in a row quiz, a double play and a weekly riddle in the show as well.
Also we take you back with our top 3 of the past it could be from any year from 1960 right through to 1989 and don`t forget there is also 3 Classic love songs back to back in the 2nd hour.
THE LOVE ZONE RADIO SHOW
The Love Zone. It's the show which plays the very best love songs - both classic love ballads
which have stood the test of time,
Together with more contemporary hits - songs which could be future classics.
Romantic and classic songs that mean so much to so many
What we do is take feel good love songs and mix them in to a great hour were you can chill out and enjoy the music.
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VINYL DAYS & LOVE ZONE - GENRE - 1960'S TO THE 1990'S
Presents; Wireless Program & Rock Show
Chris Jensen International Broadcaster with over 40 years experience, Born in Portsmouth, in the UK, Chris Jensen started his radio career with “Portsmouth Hospital Radio” in 1976, where he read the news and sports results, as well as presenting the occasional music programme.
In 1979 Chris moved to live in Ireland, where he got heavily involved in the pirate radio scene there, working on a number of stations based in the Irish midlands, going on to own or part-own 4 pirate radio stations, the first of which opened in 1983 and the last, a short-wave station, which was heard throughout northern Europe, closed in 2008, whilst at the same time presenting and producing recorded programmes for pirate radio stations in Ireland, England, Scotland, Spain and Chile in South America.
In the late 1980’s, when pirate radio was outlawed in Ireland, Chris kept his short-wave station operating, for a further 20 years until 2008 when he reluctantly retired from radio.
Though being an avid music and radio lover, he couldn’t stay away from radio forever, and came out of retirement in 2016, but this time he decided he was doing it legally, and became a syndicated radio host, presenting and producing his own Golden Oldies and Rock Music format radio programmes,
Chris Jensen has been presenting radio programmes since 1976, and currently presents 2 weekly music programmes, THE CHRIS JENSEN ROCK SHOW & THE CHRIS JENSEN WIRELESS SHOW
To contact Chris Jensen email firstname.lastname@example.org
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WIRELESS PROGRAM & ROCK SHOW - GENRE - 60'S 70'S 80'S 90'S & ROCK
Presents; Solid Gold Jukebox & The Chris Clark Show.
Chris Clark thought he'd retired in 2011 and rewrote his Twitter profile to read: "Former radio presenter, record shop owner, journalist... it's all in the past." Guess he spoke too soon!
Chris says: "I have loved 45rpm vinyl records since 1954 when my mum and dad bought a Guy Mitchell EP, and pop music radio since I discovered Saturday Club on the Light Programme."
His other likes include reading, movies and television - anything that involves sitting about doing nothing really. Chris asked us not to include that he is a big fan of Dr Who, comic books and professional wrestling as it makes him look like a geek... so we won't... oops!
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SOLID GOLD JUKEBOX & THE CHRIS CLARK SHOW - GENRE - 50'S 60'S 70'S & 80'S
Presents; The Retro Chart Show.
Dave Mac hosts 'The Retro Chart Show', featuring the songs from the charts in 2 featured years on this day.
Dave counts down those classic hit songs, and reveals what was number one in the charts just before the top of each hour.
Step back to a time when life was simpler and Sunday afternoon meant listening to find out what was number 1. Relive those days with The Retro Chart Show.
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THE RETRO CHART SHOW - GENRE - 70'S 80'S & 90'S
Presents: Silky Soul:
Glynn Williams host: - Silky Soul on Gwent Radio. on Monday at 15:00pm and again on Saturday at 03:00am.
Glyn’s career as a DJ started at 7 years of age on his brother’s mobile disco. From 13 he was working in night clubs and in 1994 started the 9th RSL Community radio station in the UK ‘Valley Radio’ before becoming sales director for Amber Sound FM.
During his 4 years at Amber Sound FM he presented The Breakfast Show, Drive Time and his favourite show The Soul Show which started in 1994.
In 1997 Glyn began the ‘Soultastic’ Soul Club based at Alfreton Leisure Centre in Derbyshire UK attracting up to 800 soul lovers every month at the regular monthly soul nights.
During the late 70’s Glyn was a regular attendee at The Wigan Casino and lots of other soul all-nighters across the country.
Glyn’s taste is very wide and with a huge collection of both northern soul and more modern tunes.
Silky soul is broadcast every week on Gwent Radio,
You can email Glyn your music / song request direct using this email address email@example.com
GLYNN WILLIAMS - SILKY SOUL - GENRE - SOUL - EMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org
Presents; Retro Records & Soul of The Blues.
Jeremy Rees plays Soul, Blues & Jazz records – hits & rarities – from the 1950s and 60s.
Regular featured artists include: Shirley Bassey; Aretha Franklin; Solomon Burke; Arthur Alexander; BB King; Dinah Washington; Ella Fitzgerald; Etta James; Fats Domino; Frank Sinatra; Ike & Tina Turner; Irma Thomas; Marvin Gaye; Alma Cogan; Buddy Guy; Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland; Carla Thomas; Della Reece; Dusty Springfield; Esther Phillips; The Four Tops; Gladys Knight & The Pips; Helen Shapiro; Howlin’ Wolf; Jackie Wilson; James Brown; James Carr; Mable John; Mary Wells; Muddy Waters; Otis Redding; Peggy Lee; Ray Charles; Ruth Brown; Sam Cooke; Stevie Wonder; The Supremes; The Temptations and Timi Yuro
About Soul of The Blues.
DJ Jeremy Rees hosts the weekly round-up of new releases (along with the odd classic track) from the wide & diverse world of Blues & Soul-based music. The show regularly champions music by local artists.
These days as well as Soul of The Blues he hosts Retro Records a show which focuses on Blues, Jazz & Soul music from the 1950s & 60s.
He is a member of the UK-wide Independent Blues Broadcasters Association (IBBA).
Away from the mic he is Operational Director of VCS Cymru.
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RETRO RECORDS & SOUL OF THE BLUES - GENRE - 50' 60'S & BLUES SOUL
Presents: Classic Jazz Funk and Soul..
It was 1985 when Clive began broadcasting his jazz funk and soul show on London's LWR Radio 92.5 FM before moving to London's Joy Radio 97.8 FM in 1989.
Over the next 2 decades Clive presented shows on many community and commercial FM stations in both London and the eastern counties of the UK. He has also appeared at "soul all dayer" events and has also spent entire summer seasons as the resident DJ in clubs on the island of Cyprus out in the Med.
Today his classic jazz funk and soul show comes to Gwent Radio with his mix of rare groove tunes from the 70s and 80s.
Clive started his career as a live events DJ in the very hot summer of 1976 before becoming a London club DJ in 1980. DJ’ing at clubs in Central and south London.
In 1985 he joined Radio Thamesmead, one of the first community stations in the UK, where he presented regular weekly shows before moving onto the booming pirate radio scene. Clive was a regular presenter at the legendary London soul pirate station LWR 92.5 FM and is still listed today in their published DJ hall of fame. Clive has also been a professional presenter on UK commercial radio, including KLFM 96.7 FM in Norfolk, Fen Radio 107.5 FM Cambridgeshire and Star Radio Cambridge.
TV work followed with on-screen appearances on Channel 4’s “The big breakfast” with Gabby Roslin and Mark Little, the channel 5 documentary series “ID” and as a supporting actor with Stephen Fry on the TV series “Kingdom”. Other TV work included working on location with John Barrowman on the BBC series “Tonight’s the night”.
Clive has worked at live events with many celebrities including comedian Roy Chubby Brown, Richard Branson, Veteran comedian Barry Cryer, Ex-SAS author of “Bravo Two Zero” Andy McNab and 80’s soul singer David Grant. He has also worked at royal events with both Prince Andrew and Princess Anne.
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GLOBAL JAZZ FUNK AND SOUL - GENRE - 70'S & 80'S
Presents; The Ultimate UK Chart
Jason started his broadcasting career at the early age of 14 doing book reviews for his local station in Bournemouth. He went on to work at the BBC, before getting his big presenting break at Radio Wave in Blackpool. Since then he has been DJing at many venues across the West Midlands including a 3 year residency at one of Birmingham’s largest venues,The Sports Cafe.
In the mid 00s the bug of radio bit again and Jason went back to working at various stations around the UK and in the south of Spain.
About The Ultimate UK Chart
Every week The Ultimate UK Chart show on Gwent Radio brings you a countdown show with a difference. Not only do we play every single song in the Top 40, we have our sneaky peak at 50-41 so you get a taste of what is just outside the Top 40. We bring you essential information about the artists and tracks bringing you more of the music you love.
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JASON SCOTT - THE ULTIMATE UK CHART SHOW - - GENRE - TOP 40
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.
He was also associated with Radio Fox, in his home City of Leicester, in the early 1990’s. He produced and presented the Sunday Breakfast Show.
Dave has, over the years, worked for both Commercial and Publicly funded radio stations both here in the UK, and 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.
Dave has also worked for Radio Stations in the USA, Canada and Indonesia. Having grown up in the Sixties, and having experienced the Seventies, he has a genuine love for the popular music of those two decades. This is reflected in his show called ‘That Seventies Sound’.
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THATS 70S SOUND - GENRE - 70S MUSIC
Presents: My Generation - Sounds of The 70's - Dark Side of The Moon - Gary Jackson Show.
My Generation - 2 hours from the 60s, This 60s show is probably the world's first ever online 60s show, starting as it did in 1996, and regularly features exclusive interviews with 60s stars such as Dave Clark, Stu Cook (Creedence) and Tom McGuinness (Manfred Mann).
Sounds of The 70'S - 1 hour from the 70s, Just what it says - a show featuring music from a very diverse decade, plus music news from today in the 70s, the "sloppy bit in the middle" and the chart entry song from that week to finish with!
Dark Side of the Moon is a 2 hour Classic, Progressive Rock Show, Gary recalls the days when many tracks lasted for 8 minutes, yet these albums sold in the millions and are rarely heard on radio. Already bringing back some memories for hundreds of thousands! Perfect for fans of Sabbath, Genesis, Led Zeppelin or Floyd!
The Gary Jackson Show is a 2 hours radio show packed with special features. Not for the audience's benefit, but because at his age just staying awake for two hours is tough enough, and every little helps!
Alternatively known as "The Gary Jackson Experience" (Hendrix won't mind) this show is an ideal generic show suitable for either filling in when a regular presenter is off, or as many stations have done, giving it its own slot at a time of week when presenters are hard to come by!
Music from across the eras - from the present day to the "vintage tunes" - two songs in the style of the 40s and 50s, this show has it's own slots in the UK, across Europe and beyond!
Gary started his DJ career back in the days when half a dozen singles from Saturday Night Fever were guaranteed to fill the dance floor. Hospital radio beckoned in the early 1990s before community radio tempted him out of retirement.
He fell in love with beat music in the 60s, and in 1997 he was approached by The Searchers to publish their official website which he does to this day.
Gary writes a monthly sixties column for the Hampshire Chronicle and he also publishes the official websites for his friends The Searchers and The Troggs!
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GARY JACKSON SHOW- MY GENERATION SHOW - SOUNDS OF THE 70'S - DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
Presents: Vintage Gold Classics.
Bob Francis is the host and producer of Vintage Gold Classics, but the real star of the show is the music. Bob's big friendly voice keeps listeners engaged by letting them know the artist's name, the title of the song, and the year it was released, all things that new listeners appreciate.
The songs are picked from the top 100 hits of the year they were released, so they are all pretty good tunes.
Bob feels that "Every Song Brings Back a Thousand Memories" and breathes new life into those old memories you just can't get out of your head. After you listen to VGC you are guaranteed to be humming some tune Bob has played on the show.
The Vintage Gold Classics show will bring back memories of days gone by and is sure to uplift your spirit. The one hour show starts off with music from the early sixties, with artists like Elvis, Gary U S Bonds, the Stones, the Animals, and many more...
The second segment is late fifties, when the music was changing from popular standards to Rock and Roll. So you'll hear everything from Little Richard to "the Singing Rage - Patti Page"
The third segment plays music from the early seventies, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Joni Mitchell, Steve Miller, Eric Clapton, Yes, Steely Dan, and many more artists from that period.
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VINTAGE GOLD CLASSICS - GENRE - 50s, 60s, 70s
Presents: Great Music Memories.
RocketMan Roberts Classics Radio Show features mostly seventies, a little 80's, a smidgeon of 90's and great music from any and ALL decades.
From The "Garry Owens" type announcer to the girl-next-store liners, Rocketman Roberts is listening fun for everyone. Listen for the Deep Space Answering Machine and Marty The Martian's one-liners. You'll also here from Ground Control, and spokesperson Stacy Kincaid...
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GREAT MUSIC MEMORIES - GENRE - 70s & 80s
Presents; Tuc's Gold Mine
Hi Chris Tucker here but everyone calls me Tuc.
I started in Hospital Radio over 40 years ago and now, after following a career in entertainmens,
Following a career in entertainments, he has settled down in the East Coast of England.
With him on the coast is Rose and Tuc has 2 grown up children and 3 amazing grandchildren.
I returned to my radio roots some 4 years ago and enjoy producing and presenting various genre of music, mixed with jovial banter.
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TUC'S GOLD MINE - GENRE - 60'S GOLD CLASSICS
𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗚𝘄𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗥𝗲𝗽𝗼𝗿𝘁 a series of political podcasts about current affairs which affect Gwent, South Wales. If you are interested in 𝗽𝗼𝗹𝗶𝘁𝗶𝗰𝘀 or 𝗰𝘂𝗿𝗿𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗮𝗳𝗳𝗮𝗶𝗿𝘀 please tune in to hear the political debates on Gwent Radio on 𝗠𝗼𝗻𝗱𝗮𝘆 7pm 𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗿𝘆 𝘄𝗲𝗲𝗸 on gwentradio.com
The accompanying video will be uploaded to youtube & posted to the Radio APP & Twitter the same evening
𝗔𝗿𝗲 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝗶𝗻 𝗷𝗼𝗶𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗶𝗻 or suggesting a topic to cover forward your interest to email@example.com
THE GWENT REPORT
Presents: The Mop Tops and The King.
‘Mop Tops and The King’ is a weekly, one-hour radio show featuring the music of The Beatles and Elvis Presley with some fun surprises in between.
Steve’s weekly goal is to bring joy and happiness to the world through the music of The Beatles and Elvis one listener at a time!
Steve plays all the hits from the late 50’s and the 60’s & 70’s. He also plays the odd cover version from later decades.
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THE MOP TOPS AND THE KING - GENRE - THE BEATLES, ELVIS PRESLEY, 50S, 60S, 70S,
Presenter: The Golden Oldies with Andy G
Andy goes back in time and pick a decade from the 50's to the 9o's each week and plays the music.
Andy G is from a Small village in West Yorkshire has been an DJ / Presenter now for 10 years plus.
Music has played a big part of my life Growing up, so being a DJ and Presenter is a great way to
share Andy love of music.
Andy hobbies are computers and design, his favourite Band is Queen and his favourite song: is Music by John Miles and his favourite solo artist is Michael Jackson.
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THE GOLDEN OLDIES SHOW WITH ANDY G - GENRE - ROCK N ROLL, 50s, & 60s
Presents: The Country Mile.
The Country Mile is a radio show, playing mainly the best of new and current traditional Country music. Think of it as REAL Country! Classic, authentic sounding artists. Honky Tonk. Outlaw. Bluegrass. Show Cycle Format.
The show opens with 3 new tracks and includes a Bluegrass Double Play, Classic Tracks Back to Back, a featured Double Play and currently a The George Strait Song Of The Week.
Dave Watkins also known as the "the super lovely" according to Bristol-based Blues/Roots Singer-Songwriter Elles Bailey (Website)
Catchphrases: “Be Good To Each Other”, “This Is The Country Mile, Don’t Change That Dial”
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THE COUNTRY MILE - GENRE - TRADITIONAL COUNTRY, BLUE GRASS, REAL COUNTRY CLASSICS
Presents: Real Vision Radio
Real Vision Radio show featuring all the best in new and timeless rock acts new and old some classic stuff, Our presenter Alan Hare has a large collection of 11,000 Lps plus 5,000 Cds. with a great love of rock blues country folk etc.
Adrian Purser was looking to do a show to help some of acts and play new ones and got together with Our presenter Alan Hare to do The Real Vision Radio Show. Real Vision Radio Show – Rock, Blues, Country 50s 60s.
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REAL VISION RADIO SHOW - GENRE - ROCK, BLUES, COUNTRY & FOLK MUSIC
Presents: The Cocktail Hour Radio Show.
The Cocktail Hour Radio Show. with news, views, reviews, music & fab cocktails,
Fiona Shoop is a best-selling non-fiction author, publisher, commissioning editor, journalist and non-fiction and publishing lecturer. She’s also a regular on the radio and starred on TV in the guise of an antiques expert,
A role she fulfils every month in her column for The Lady magazine. She’s previously edited national consumer magazines and written for numerous publications, including The Independent.
Fiona’s first book was based on her columns – because she wanted to help people and kept being asked the same questions so it made sense to turn it into a book, the first of many.
She was headhunted from editing a food magazine to launching a new imprint for an established publisher. Fiona subsequently set up Golden Guides Press and its fiction imprint, G-Press Fiction.
Fiona Shoop is the Nigella Lawson of the Antiques World, Publisher, columnist, radio presenter & the author of How to Write and Publish Non-Fiction. Working in Sussex, dreaming of Vegas.
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THE COCKTAIL HOUR SHOW - GENRE - FESTIVAL MUSIC - ROCK - ALTERNATIVE ROCK
Presents: Rock of Ages Radio Show.
Lucas Campbell is the Radio Presenter & Musician of the cult Rock of Ages Radio Show a must for any self respecting fan of Classic, Vintage & Southern Rock, "The Voice of The Ages, the Scott Muni of Our Time"
"We are the Music Makers’ we are the ‘Dreamers of Dreams" Lucas Campbell For the very best of American and British Vintage & Classic Rock with one hour of Southern Rock, 'a totally unique retro rock radio show!' '
There is nothing quite like it', a phrase that is constantly used by 'first time listeners' who are now regular devotees to Lucas Campbell's rock extravaganza which delves back into the archives for recordings of Bands who wrote their names into the annals of rock history with sweat, passion and a desire to make great music.
Christened the Rock "Guru" by people who recognise the enormous passion which Lucas feel for music having played in many Rock Bands. He has written produced & recorded more songs & instrumentals than we can remember.
He has been a Radio Presenter for over 15 years and to add to his many 'Hobbies' He Host & Promote 'Rock-In-The-Blues' bands because his passion is 'Keeping Live Music Alive' History' and what makes people 'tick'.
Lucas quest is to keep alive the memory of the great Bands from the middle to late 60's..70's. These are 'The Musical Heroes' who made it all happen. And he is determined to 'Keep Their Memory Alive' by sending his shows throughout the world. THE 'ROCK OF AGES RADIO SHOW' can be heard on Gwent Radio every week.
Lucas produce & record 'The Rock of Ages Radio Show' from his own lifetimes collection of Vintage, Classic & Southern Rock Music, many tracks are taken from original Vinyl, Mini Discs & CD's.
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THE ROCK OF AGES RADIO SHOW - GENRE - CLASSIC, VINTAGE & SOUTHERN ROCK 60S & 70S MUSIC
Presents: The Independent Music Show.
The Independent Music Show' does exactly what it says on the tin. Plays the Independent Music of artists and writers from All Over The World. '
The Independent Music of artists and writers from All Over The World. 'The Independent Music Show' features music from Real Country, Rock, Rhythm & Blues and you the Listener would like to hear.
Sure you will hear some Mainstream Music on the show, but you will find it hard to figure out who's on Big Budget Production and who isn't….because the Independents are as good and in some cases better, than the Mainstream the Listener would like to hear.
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THE INDEPENDENT MUSIC SHOW - GENRE - REAL COUNTRY, ROCK, RHYTHM AND BLUES MUSIC
Presents : Retro Album Chart Show - Titus Jennings Experience.
Titus Jennings host the Retro Album Chart Show features the charts from 2 years each week and includes the cream of the crop from each of his collection.
The Titus Jennings Experience is a radio show featuring a wide array of styles, some very new and some rather older, but all hand-picked and sorted in order to give your ears a real treat. As someone once put it “Top Tunes Without Boundaries”.
Titus Jennings is a child of the 60s and of suburban London, now a resident of South Wales – has been involved in radio and the music industry, in one form or another, for most of his working life.
He’s been playing his always-eclectic blend of music since the late 70s on stations such as London Hospitals Broadcasting, Kingston Hospital Radio and University Radio Bath.
In the 90's and 00's he presented the Breakfast Shows on Bath’s Torch FM and Bristol’s Caroline Rocks and has been working as a presenter/producer & programe controller on a number of internet-based stations since 2005..
Titus managed a couple of Bristol record stores in the late 80s, He was a Pinnacle Records sales rep for a decade, and has also written CD, DVD and book reviews for Record Collector and other publications.
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TITUS JENNING EXPERIENCE & THE RETRO ALBUM CHART SHOW
Presents: The Souled Out Show. & Saturday Club Classics
The Souled Out Show is a 2 hour soul show presented by Hugh Williams, The show features the very best Soul, Funk and Jazz Funk from the 70's to the present day, and not only plays the big tunes but also those not so known that are still worthy of attention.
The Souled Out Show plays both classics and forgotten classics, together with modern soul and new soul, and he is keen to champion current Soul artists that are looking to get exposure on the radio. The show also likes to promote the unsigned current artist.
The Saturday Club Classics Radio Show is a Saturday night music as it used to be...the very best classic house, garage and rnb hosted by Hugh Williams and Lisa B with a weekly mix by Nobby
Hugh grew up musically in an era when soul music was a massive influence and fell in love with it. He has a massive collection of soul music, from Motown and Northern Soul, right through to the so called 80’s groove and on in to the 90’s and beyond.
Hugh has been a DJ since the age of 15 and has played in clubs all over the UK and Europe, from London to Vienna, Oslo to Zurich. In the late 80’s he was approached by Radio Maspalomas in Gran Canaria to present a daily English language show, which continued for 3 years, until his return to the UK.
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SATURDAY CLUB CLASSICS -& THE SOULED OUT SHOW - GENRE - SOUL & FUNK 70S, 80S, 90S