With over fifteen years experience in radio, Jonney's shows are full of randomness, unpredictability and with a playlist that may or may not have been planned before hand. Playing tracks that you might not expect to hear on the radio.
Gary presents A Blast from the past. It takes you back to when everybody listened to the charts and could instantly recognise the song and artist played, Blast will also let you enjoy some tracks that possibly you maybe haven't heard for a very long time.
Music of The Beatles, Elvis Presley and Much More! "The Mop Tops and The King" has been on the air since December 2011! It is currently heard in The USA, The UK, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Kenya, South Africa & The Netherlands on over 60 community radio stations.
I live in London, UK and am a lifelong musician having picked up the guitar at 12 years old. I love all types of music and have played in many different types of bands from blues to dance to jazz to folk. Still playing in bands and love every minute of it. I have a special love of the Blues and sharing that love with people on the air is a real privilege. However, my love of all music comes across in my show in the ‘Joker in the Pack’ slot where I play a song that is not necessarily Blues but one I really love.
The Blues Café is my venture into Radio …
Member of the IBBA (Independent Blues Broadcasters Association).
Member of the UK Blues Federation.
Jerry Clegg brings his half century of radio programming experience to AltUK Radio. As he as done in over 10 U.S. markets in over 50 years, Jerry currently presents this music show titled “Coffee With Clegg”. It originates in the USA, from “his Lanai, just down the road to Treasure Island in Florida, looking out over the beautiful Gulf of Mexico”. Sometimes sweet, sometimes swinging, but always cool. “Coffee With Clegg” features a great combination of the best of Jazz and chilled conversation.
A Founder member of Hospital Radio in Glasgow and Paisley in 1969
In 1973 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 a audience of 360,000 listeners.
In 1985 founded an entertainment Agency and Event company then in 1990 a Wholesale distribution company.
Retiring in 2012 I returned to Hospital Radio and built a home studio to produce and syndicate programmes including “ Lets Get Together” which is a spotlight on an artist or group each week playing 15 of their popular songs and including a biographical look at their career.
In 2018 applied and successfully received a licence from Ofcom to set up a Community Radio station.
I still present a weekly show on Hospital Radio in Glasgow and daily shows on Paisley FM in Paisley.
I also run a Training Academy to provide young people with the SQA level 5 course in Radio broadcasting as part of further achievement courses in schools
Paul has been creating radio shows since he was old enough to work a tape recorder. Now, some 45 years later, he feels he is dangerously close to actually being good at it.
Paul’s been a voice over artist for 30 years now, and in his new show – Reel Music, he really wants the tunes to do the talking. You’ll hear chart hits made famous by movies, TV themes from shows both new and old, and lots more.
There’ll be brain teasers, random mixes and stuff you’ve never heard before, all blended together in a show so eclectic, you’ll swear he’s making it up as he goes along.
Moor Part of Black Voice Letchworth
Black Voice Letchworth
Who we are:
Black Voice Letchworth are a group of like minded individuals who have come together to support those of Black African and Caribbean heritage and those raising children of Black African and Caribbean heritage within the community.
.To provide support for the black community in Letchworth by providing a safe space for black culture, heritage and opinions to be heard, voiced and seen.
.To fundraise and open The UK’s First self sustained Black History Museum Library School of Cultural and Creative Arts.
. To make connections with other organizations and groups that will benefit and support the black community in Letchworth and otherwise.
. To champion against all forms of racism and or discrimination against black people within the community.
. To support the practicing of black culture religion and heritage via events and activities that support ALL age groups.
. Ensure that the black voice of Letchworth is heard and represented in positions of authority decision making within local government and other positions of leadership with the community.
Our projects and events will educate the wider community about black culture and contribute to the national effort on the importance of Black History education and increase awareness of its continued invaluable contribution to the world we live in today, providing social spaces where black people are fully welcomed, free from systemic bias and discrimination.
It will provide an opportunity for black people to come together and build strong and positive relationships with other black families to support each other. It will provide a place for black youth to create, network and be supported in their futures, confident in who they are as young black people. It will be a place where our seniors can support with knowledge and wisdom, create social and health and well being events for our senior community. All our events will support not just the local community but UK society with the fundraising for The UK's First Black History Museum Library and School of Cultural and Creative Arts.
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Our Princess, Mika is a multi-talented musician in her own right. Check out www.mikamamon.com.
She is a multi-award winning vocalist from the Philippines now settled in the UK and spending her time between there and her family home in the USA.
Her previous DJ experience includes a spell as a presenter on Kiss FM in Iloilo city.
Not only that but she is a nurse frontliner and has written songs about her experiences in the fight against Covid-19.
Her stage performances have been described as a cross between Bjork and Kylie.
Her love of pop and ballads shines through on the show!
Our Punk, Daniel, has played in bands for years achieving moderate success but nothing earth-shattering. He counts his biggest success as playing Leeds Festival in 2009 with his band Interceptor.
He co-writes music with Mika and produces many of her tracks with Carl Pemberton who many people will remember from the chart-topping 90's duo, Journey South.
He has previously worked as a presenter on the now defunct Radio North Tees FM and on many an online show, though his work in the NHS as a commissioner of mental health services keeps him out of trouble.
The Punk and the Princess are Daniel Hunt and Mika Mamon.
Their show features an eclectic mix of great guitar music and more melodic offerings from across the past decades
plus new and emerging artists from around the globe.
Radio Show: @punkandprincess
on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
Christian Music Spotlight with Brian David is a Contemporary Christian AC show. I do a verbal top 5 countdown, concert calendar, and I feature two 60-second devotionals to encourage and grow your faith in God. My slogan is “Today’s Hits & Yesterday’s Classics” because I play today’s biggest Christian hits, and the second song of the first and second segments are a classic song that you might have forgotten about. I also play songs that were not necessarily radio singles, but ones that you might enjoy since they fit my format. Sometimes you may hear an independent artist also, which you probably won’t hear anywhere else. I also do my best not to repeat an artist or song in back-to-back weeks. With the great variety of songs that I handpick, you will surely enjoy it. I invite you to listen to Christian Music Spotlight and to tell your friends!
Steve is the host of Just Jazz. He’s a writer, VO artist, and built this website using bits of old code he found in a ZX Spectrum.
He’s a frustrated piano player, former professional club DJ, and radio presenter who managed to entertain UK club-goers with his choice of music and tomfoolery until the corporations took over in the 90s.
If you danced around handbags at top clubs in Essex and Kent in the 80s and early 90s, well… you may have seen Steve on the DJ stand at venues in Southend-on-Sea such as Zhivago’s, The Zero 6, High Society, Electric Blue, and Basildon’s iconic The Sam Lords (now a block of flats).
In Kent he was resident DJ at Neros 2000 (Ramsgate), Woody’s (Isle of Sheppy), and Oceans II (Hythe).
He was a Radio Top Shop presenter in the 80s, volunteered at Southend Hospital Radio, hosted breakfast at Basildon Radio (now Gateway), and enjoyed shifts working in the newsrooms at BBC Essex and Essex Radio in the 90s.
He had a short stint at stand-up (until he was asked to sit down), and you may have seen him on Channel 4 TV (as the interference).
He hosted 80s club music show The Pleasuredome for three years and records his shows in a broom cupboard using an avant garde mixture of wooden boxes, string, bits of wire, and elastic bands.
Steve is currently based in New Zealand and would kill for a pint in an old English pub served with Cumberland sausage and chips. Oh, and a traditional English teacake… and the pecan pie you used to get at Iceland wouldn’t go amiss either.
Has been heard to say: “Is it on?”
Will never say: “Download my app.
Miguel is Dutch/Portuguese and has been living in the UK since 1987. He discovered rock music at the age of 13 and never looked back. He was inspired to get involved with radio by listening to offshore pirate stations such as Radio Caroline, Mi Amigo, Radio Veronica and Laser. He's worked at countless radio stations from pirate radio to local radio (both in the Netherlands and the UK), internet radio and hospital radio. He did his first radio show on a tiny dutch pirate station called Radio Idefix. He was hooked after that first show and has been doing radio for the best part of 35 years since. He also fulfilled his dream of broadcasting his show from a ship as he was lucky enough to be granted a slot on Radio Seagull which broadcasts from one of the old lightships used by the offshore pirate stations. Miguel presents the Rock Experience, a rock show in it's truest form. Rock is a very wide spectrum of music and he likes to play you some of the best new rock releases from around the world alongside some great classics. Hard rock, heavy metal, classic rock, alternative rock, prog rock, and blues all get equal attention. The show is all about good music with feeling, depth, and tons of rock... Catch the show Saturdays 10am - 12pm / 3pm - 5pm
Lee hosts Dance Party Weekly, based in the South Of England he has a true passion for radio, bring this and his love of Dance Music together for Dance Party Weekly. Outside of Radio Lee is a bit of a foodie and has a very sweet tooth, also like fitness as well and computing. Join Lee from 12pm Saturday Coming soon!!
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 Loughborogh Hospitals Broacasting 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.
Over the years, Dave has worked for both Commercial and Publicly funded radio stations both here in the UK, as well world-wide.
He spent some time broadcasting in the USA, Canada, and Indonesia.
He still helps to produce shows in New York and Massachusetts - USA
Dave returned to live in the UK again in 2010. He has spent the past few years providing 'Voice Overs' for several radio Stations, producing them in the Broadcast Studio that he has set up at his home.
He has also been very busy running his own Internet Radio Station, Classic Hits Uk, which showcases the hits of the 60's & 70's.
The station is heard in over 95 countries worldwide.
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 70's is reflected in his show called
'That Seventies Sound'
which he produces and presents each and every week.
The show is heard on quality radio station's around the globe.
The Funk Foundation.
Every week Jason Marx selects sixty minutes of choice cuts from across the decades all from the roots & branches of Funk. It doesn’t matter if its Blues, Breakbeat, Soul, Disco, Funk, House, Hip Hop, Rare Groove or G-Funk! If its Funky it gets a spin!
The jolly green giant of all things Funky, Lancashire lad Jason has been DJing across the Northwest of England & around European holiday resorts for over ten years. Starting his radio career as a tea boy at Preston station “Rock FM” he used to grill DJs for information about the 90’s rave scene. Older & wiser Jason now heads up his own weekly show “The Funk Foundation” hand picking groovy cuts from across the decades.
Hi everybody, it’s a great pleasure and honour to be able to present my show to you, and be apart of AltUK Radio, I certainly hope you enjoy listening to my show, hopefully there is something for everyone's musical tastes.
A little bit about myself, I’m a Liverpool lad but have spend most of my life travelling back and forth from Liverpool to North Wales. My family had catering business along the North Wales coast from many years. Eventually I moved and settled in North Wales and married a local Welsh girl we have three grown up boys, and are now proud grandparents.
For the past 10 years I have been a musician in a Beatles tribute band, and have had the greatest honour to have met a few of my all time heroes of the era, and in some cases even shared the stage with them.
I have a great love and respect for Sixties music and culture,
I enjoy collecting memorabilia from the era, and have a collection of authentic clothes and instrument’s from the period.
But it wasn’t always music that was my career though.
I am also a qualified nurse, working as a Cancer Nurse, for over 25 years.
Another of my hobbies is acting although started out as an amateur Thespian, I have been lucky to have had work on the TV in lots of stuff like ‘Coronation Street’, ‘Children’s Ward’ and a few films, I’ve worked for the BBC, S4C, Granada and Sky TV.
I enjoy music, playing guitar, cooking and drinking chilled White wine, I enjoy having friends over for dinner, so your always welcome at my home if bringing any of the above.
Hope you have fab fun listening in and please message me for any requests or just for a chat.
With over 3 decades within the entertainment industry, whether that be packing a dancefloor at a nightclub or private function as an accomplished DJ to hosting large sporting events at Wembley or Elite Level Ice Hockey for Team GB throughout the UK.
As a radio presenter offering a lively upbeat show always broadcasting with a smile and with a genuine love of music of every genre with a particular passion for Disco and contemporary Soul old and new hosting two weekly ‘Soul Shows’ as well has having been to lead Emcee and host for artists such as Edwin Starr, Alexander O’Neal, Jocelyn Brown and many others
Jeff started taking a real interest in music from an early age. He developed an interest in DJing when his brother teamed up with a friend and used to do the clubs and pubs in the mid-70s. Fast-forward 40-odd years, and having been an avid listener to an online station for a few years, approached the owner about doing a one-off New Years Day special, for 2019/2020. It was well-received, and as a result he was offered a weekly slot. The rest as they say is history. He now presents for several stations. He really enjoys preparing and recording his show, as it really gets him thinking about what to play, and when. Off-air he enjoys the theatre, both on- and back-stage, and seeing local bands play
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