“I am an Irish broadcaster trapped in the greatest country in the world, Australia! I worked with Bob Gallico as a newsreader on the great Radio Nova in Ireland back in the 1980’s Then I started being more particular, and created BondiTunes Seventies PLUS, all seventies music for an hour, as well as my usual […]
At first, it seemed that Czechoslovakian Jan Telensky had his life set out for him. Born under communist rule in 1948, he was banned from following his religion, and was told, at the age of six, to “forget about school” and concentrate on earning money as a miner or bricklayer. Telensky, however, had other ideas. He was an enthusiastic supporter of the Prague uprising, and fought against the Soviet invasion of 1968, flinging stones at tanks and Russian army officers as they passed. Within months, however, he was forced to flee. Facing a bleak future, he acquired a forged passport under an assumed name and got on a flight to Britain. As it turned out, that was a good move. He now presides over an empire of his own, stretching from the UK to Slovakia.
A cockney chappy, hailing from the bustling metropolis, Carnaby Cat now resides in a Cattery in East Anglia named Carnaby Cat House, protected by two large stone lions. He is a middle-aged mocker (a cross between a mod and a rocker for those not in the know) who gets younger by the day.
Like many radio presenters of a ‘certain age’, I caught the radio ‘bug’ when I listened to the pirates in the 1960s on my ‘tranny’. The jingles were my favourite part and ‘Big L’ had the best ones.
After a short period of retirement the barmy brummy returns to the wireless. Keith is a member of RTI’s Friday Night is Music Night team.
He has mainly been button pressing behind the scenes at UK radio stations such at Invicta FM, Capital Gold, BBC Radio Kent and Breeze AM in Essex. He presented a Sunday morning show on Radio Caroline for a few years back in the early 2000’s but now takes things nice and easy in his own […]
Fred Setters, founder of Radioshed Productions started his own radio journey in 2012 when he joined the presenting staff at Jubilee Hospital Radio, which is based in the beautiful Channel Island of Guernsey.
Over 10 years experience promoting bands and artists from around the world providing them with radio exposure, reviews, gigs, social media coverage, and plenty more opportunities designed to help increase their profile.
Dave Rhodes is the man behind the name DJR Creative, why DJR? – well they are his initials, and it seemed to work quite well! Creative, because that’s what he is!, Dave has been part of in the UK’s Media industry for over 25 years – working in Radio, TV and Video Production.
Jack and Andre have worked together since 2001 in morning radio and behind the scenes in radio and TV.
Titus Jennings – a child of the 60s and of suburban London, though now a resident of South Wales - has been involved in radio and the music industry, in one form or another, for most of his working life.