Steve Bishop - Old Record Club
Steve Bishop was a button presser behind the scenes at many commercial and BBC local stations and went on to present his own show on Radio Caroline. Further stints on community radio stations in the South East of England led to him recording and syndicating his own oldies show, with music in the 50s to 80s period, from the comfort of his garden coal bunker, despite the fire risk. You can join him on Mearns FM for the Old Record Club on a Wednesday 2-4 pm.
He can often be found on the terraces of Queens Park Rangers football club but wonders why, as they never go and see him when he’s bad. Drinks tea like it’s going out of fashion. A self-confessed luddite, he still uses CD players, record decks and tape machines. Steve’s music taste includes artists such as Electric Light Orchestra, Al Stewart, David Bowie and 1970s Queen. He intends to get away with doing his radio show for as long as possible.
Roy Byrom - My Generation
11:00am - 2:00pm
Roy is here playing a great mix of songs.
Viv Craggs - Mouth Meltdown
2:00pm - 4:00pm
There’s nothing complicated about the programme, it’s just me sharing some of my favourite tracks, having a bit of a chat and dropping in one or two features as the mood takes me.
Paul Hayworth - Tuesday Drivetime
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Music,News,Traffic & Weather to get you home.