PeaNutsOne of my fondest memories from my teenage years is driving down the long stretch of the Southam Road, to the in club
Blue Q disco of that time I'm sitting in the passenger seat of my friend's Triumph Spitfire, the window slightly cracked, watching the exhaled smoke of our bodily pollutants ease out the window. Turning on the 8 track player, causes the car to shake and boom. We would listen to Rosko and all those who made Radio Caroline synonymous with broadcasting.Their music mixed with the pop, motown and soul suddenly transformed us from suburban high scholars to serious vixens.

RogerJackson Birmingham DJ for too many years I care to remember. For the last 4
years a radio broadcaster and radio DJ. slowly giving up the mobile disco work
for internet broadcasting. Music style if it makes you dance sober or drunk it
has to be good modern soul or 1970's disco or 1960's souland Motown if you can
dance to it, you have to play it. An ex red coat at Butlins and blue coat at
Pontins in the late 1970's.Tune in to hear your favourite artists such as the
Velvelettes and many more. I am happy to read out and play any requests and
dedications.

 

Harry GrundyThe Right Track Soul Show plays three hours of quality soul music every Sunday night between 7.00 pm and10.00 pm. Harry and Diana play a wide variety of soul music ranging from Northern Soul, Motown, R& B and classic 60s soul - new tracks from the Southern States are a regular feature of the show

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Jim StevensLike many radio presenters of a certain age, I caught the radio bug when I listened to the British pirate sations in the 1960s on my transistor radio. The jingles were my favourite part and Big L had the best ones (and I'm now proud to say that I have some personalized versions on my show!).
In the seventies, I started broadcasting on a hospital radio station in Surrey and one of my shows won a national competition for best hospital radio programme. Noel Edmonds was one of the judges!
In 1976, I became a Butlin's redcoat entertainer presenting music and chat from their Radio Butlin studios at Clacton in Essex. Great fun, but very hard work.
In the 1990's, I did the weekday morning show on Eclipse FM which broadcast on cable and FM. One of our directors was the legendary Dave Cash.
A couple of years ago, I did a spell on the weekday afternoon show of a commercial station at the seaside in East Sussex.
My most embarrassing moments in radio were interviewing Bo Didley who insisted I call him Mr. Didley, and when I interviewed the comedian Richard Digance and I got a nose-bleed halfway through!
I now really enjoy presenting my weekly Happy Hour show -and I hope you'll enjoy listening to it!

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