Tagged with Interview
Tagged with Interview
Phonic FM and Dreadnought South West present ‘Occupy the Airwaves’, our annual day-long takeover of the station on International Women’s Day, Monday 8 March 2020.
Presented by John Tron Davidson, Dragon and The Spring. The Way of Things shares all the records that we’ve found, been told about, and loved.
Presented by Jason Maddocks. Playing Unknown, Unsigned and Emerging artists from around the world.
With Chee. The main objective of Anti-Telly Time is to give listeners a giggle and a smile. There’s music from local bands through to obscure sounds, and music that makes you dance against your will. Sometimes spoken-word and other non-music delights will pop up, with guests on occasion. It’s a party and you’re invited.
I present an eclectic mix of music and comment, often with a guest or two. I will also play new electronic music from local producers. I’m a prominent member of the relatively new Exeter House & Techno community, and will draw attention to news and events relating to that.
With Christian Brook. The Decades Show aims to find music from across the past ten decades that will appeal to anyone who was into the alternative scene in the 80s – basically anything from the 1910s to yesterday!
With local dementia champion, Gina Awad BEM. I showcase a wide range of guests from people living with dementia to care partners and families in addition to sharing innovative practice. I have a variety of guests from the local area and from across the country.
Greg Gould (the Ghoulish Groover) presents breakbeats and EDM. It’s for anyone who loves music. I’d like to captivate my audience.
A traveller linguist, singer/songwriter, philosopher and photographer from Transylvania. Playing music that heals the soul and makes one a bit more aware about mental health issues. All this seasoned with friendly interviews with local artists regardless of how known or unknown they are. Live acoustic sessions. Live video streaming. I wish to make you feel connected, elevated and more aware.
Hosted by Jeff Sleeman, Happy Sundays promotes and explores the creative and cultural life of the area with an emphasis on how the arts can contribute to wellbeing.
Mark and Steve play the best new music, though we can’t resist throwing in some classic oldies. We like to have local musicians come into the studio to play live, and speak to national and international acts via the wonders of the telephone.
Exeter Art Radio. New and old sounds from the listenable avant-garde, art-related soundscapes and audio works, songs about the anthropocene and first world problems.
Artist and cultural conversations and interviews will sit comfortably alongside listings and reviews of stuff going down in the locale.
Bully, Paul Giblin, Helen Connole and Paul Barnes take turns to present the show. The music is an eclectic mix of many styles from all over the world. The show aims to complement the annual Exeter Respect festival and celebrate diversity in the area and in the wider world.
With John Stammers. The CoLab Radio Show explores the work of the community and voluntary sector in Exeter, highlighting the projects and people whose passion is improving lives and promoting positive change.
Linda Humphries provides business information, advice and interviews with local business owners. The programme also features listings for business networking events. The music is swing jazz or upbeat jazz to put listeners in a good mood. It’s a place to share ideas, and spread optimism in the business world.
Presented by Eleanor-Viola and Elle. Soul, funk, R&B, hip hop and all the good things in between! Special guests and occasional live music. The Ditch Chickens aim to promote the local music scene.