I got involved in radio by accident. A friend of mine was a presenter on Radio Wexham way back in 1976 and kindly volunteered my services to repair their collapsing record rack. (I’m a joiner by trade). Having done that, they persuaded me to help build a new studio complex as they had to relocate shortly: That became two studios, reception area and a library. Some 40 years later I was still there. I became a presenter with them and also held the posts of Station Manager for 3 years and Chairman for a further 16 years.
I have quite an eclectic taste in music although I tend to favour the 50s, 60s & 70s as my favourite decades. (Elvis Presley & Creedence Clearwater Revival will probably pop up each week).
I’m also into aviation (ok, I’m an avgeek) and photography. It's not unusual to find me standing in a field near the end of a runway with some like minded folk pointing cameras at aircraft.
Internet radio is a new step for me and I’m looking forward to whatever challenges it brings.
Thanks for taking the time to read this and I hope you enjoy taking a trip down “Memory Lane” with me, where I’ll be playing a variety of music from the 50s, 60s & 70s on Thursdays between 6-8pm (UK time).