A love of the music of the 1960s and a fascination with radio.
A champion of new music from his early days in radio. Worked to bring “Unsigned Music” to the fore since his days in artist development.
Rob Maisey got into radio presenting after he retired from office work, but wished he had done this when he was younger!
His show Anything Goes – as the title of the show suggests the genre is from Stooshe to Sinatra or Beyonce to The Beatles.
Gemma Nelson is a Jazz & Soul vocalist and an accomplished musician with over 20 years of experience. Gemma is also a graduate of the Pineapple Dance Studio.
I’m a tattooed 50-something, gay, ex-solicitor. A fan of Meggings who also loves to dance! I ‘discovered’ electronic music in 1979 when I heard Gary Numan’s “Cars” for the first time and I’ve been on ‘the synth road’ ever since!
With an interest in radio going back to the 1960’s. A fan of everything pirate especially Radio Caroline.
I love all types of music but especially 80’s pop. I’ve just moved to the area so thought I’d bring my love of ’80’s music to the Cotswolds. Let me take you “Back To The ’80’s”…
My name is Terry, known locally as Jacko. I was born and bred in Stow on the Wold. I have been in to 50s Rock n Roll / Rockabilly from a young age, since I found my Mum’s Fats Domino and Buddy Holly LP’s. I play Double Bass, have been in 2 Rock n Roll bands and spent 10 years touring the country performing on the Rock n Roll circuit. I am an Arsenal Season Ticket Holder and attend games with my Son, Jack.
My name is Jack Howse and I am 20 years old. I was born and bred in Moreton in Marsh. Music has been a huge part of my life. I’ll be playing all music from the year 2000 to the present day. One of my main hobbies is football and I am an Arsenal Season Ticket holder and I attend matches with my Dad, Terry who presents Shake, Rattle & Roll on NCCR.
Come & join me Steve Howse for some serious fun as I guide you through the musical Seventies, with serious smash hits from glam to seventies classics. From The Sweet to Status Quo, Bay City Rollers to ELO, Suzi Quatro to Smokie. If you “Wanna Be In My Gang” put on your “Tiger Feet” pull on your “Fancy Pants” and “Cum On Feel The Noize” with Sween’s Sensational Seventies Radio Show.