Radio Caroline's programmes

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00:00 - The Mellow Show with Gary Ziepe
An eclectic mix of laid back tracks across time and genres
01:00 - Top Fifteen Replay
A repeat of the Top 15 Show first heard yesterday morning at 9am.
02:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Terry Hughes
Terry started in broadcasting in 1979 at a talking newspaper for the visually impaired, then he spent a few years at Dudley and District Hospital Broa ... More >>dcasting. He did a few shows on Beacon 303 and BRMB, including joint shows with Gordon Astley, Mike Baker and Roger Day, and some gigs with KKJ, and at the age of 18 was being considered for a full time role in ILR but his dad said "Son, go and get a proper job". So in 1983 Terry moved to Coventry and became an apprentice at GEC. To make extra money he became a nightclub DJ, and for fun he was involved with 2 pirate stations in Coventry: Segway Sound and City FM. Terry had always been obsessed with pirate radio, and in those early Coventry days he listened to Radio Caroline and Laser 558 from afar, dreaming of a day when he could fulfil his dream of presenting on Radio Caroline. And that was that. Until COVID came along. Like everyone else Terry was locked down and had more time on his hands. Encouraged by his better half Clair, he started putting shows together, he published them on Mixcloud to great reviews, he got picked up by a UK based internet radio station and did 6 months of "Terry's Real Gold" live radio every weekend. He also became the presenter of the syndicated Retro Charts weekly countdown. At last, some 42 years after starting out in radio, he felt confident enough to approach Radio Caroline, and here he is, finally fulfilling his dream! Terry presents the early breakfast show each weekday morning from 6am to 7am.
Tony started out as a disc jockey on the London club circuit. His first job in commercial radio was at Beacon Radio in the Midlands, broadcasting from ... More >> Wolverhampton to the West Midlands and Shropshire. His 'Prince of Darkness' overnights became cult listening! He moved to early evenings and then to Afternoon Drive. In the 1980's, Tony interviewed virtually every major music artist from both sides of the Atlantic. His love of US Top 40 radio led to stints across 'the Pond' on WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut, WSPK New York and Q106 in San Diego. After Beacon, he went to BRMB, followed by Buzz FM in Birmingham and MFM in Cheshire. He was then chosen to launch and run a new station - Sunshine 855 - based in Shropshire. Eventually, the lure of California sunshine took him back across the Atlantic to Los Angeles. After a stint on radio station KBBY, he ended up doing what everyone does when they come to LA – working in Hollywood! He founded his own entertainment news agency and since 1996, he's run a successful company supplying celebrity interviews and movie coverage to major TV, Radio and New Media outlets around the world. He can now add virtually every major Hollywood star to his list of interviewees! When the chance came to do a Breakfast Show from Los Angeles for Radio Caroline, Tony didn't hesitate and he looks forward to sharing his tales from the Hollywood Hills with Caroline listeners every weekday morning.
09:00 - Top Fifteens
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Pat Edison
Born in Croydon, South London, Pat was smitten by the radio bug 14 years later whereby he was forced to launch his own station via a pair of walkie-ta ... More >>lkies. His parents, sisters and the cat may have been his only listeners, but it was a start. A while later he moved onto landbased pirate radio, firstly with the legendary Radio Jackie, then Radio Kaleidoscope which gained a reputation of being one of the most regular and professional pirates in London. After Kaleidoscope closed in 1976 some of its staff set up a radio service at The London Hospital, Whitechapel and Pat spent many years there as presenter, engineer and later programme director. In 1996 he spent some time finding out about life outside radio, however the pull of radio was too much, and after 5 years in the wilderness he returned to radio as part of the Radio Caroline team. Pat can currently be heard on Monday, Thursday and Sundays mornings 10am - 2pm. Pat has also presented for the present day Radio Jackie in South West London, and a number of Restricted Service Licence stations and is currently working as a web and app developer.
14:00 - Steve Anthony
Radio Caroline has been in my soul ever since the heady days of the 1960s. Its rich history is a blend of adventure and drama but most of all, over th ... More >>e years it has been about the music.I got involved with the Station, behind the scenes, many years ago but was only able to become a presenter after retiring from the 9 to 5 routine and if gives me a thrill every time that I sit down to do a show.Looking back over the past six decades, the width and depth of popular music styles and simply the amount of choice is immense. That is what makes choosing the music that I play both challenging and great fun. Caroline is known as a rock music station but after all these years, the term 'rock' means different things to different people. So, I try to include 'nuggets' that could be long forgotten tracks by established UK or US artists, through more familiar tracks of many different styles and current material from the 'Caroline Countdown of Album Sounds'. My personal music tastes are eclectic so, musically, the programme can include anything so long as it is bright, up tempo and ranges from classic rock, through psyche and punk to soul, ska and Motown.  If it rocks, I'll play it. 
17:00 - Rob Proctor
What hasn't Rob done .... from Record Shop Manager and Record Company Sales Rep to Car Windscreen Salesman.....from Business Analyst to Driving Instru ... More >>ctor! Right from early years at home in Croydon when he'd tune his Dad's Grundig Yachtboy to Radio Caroline and BigL and incurr his Dad's wrath every morning when he'd have to re-tune to the Light Programme, Rob has had a love affair with music and radio. After leaving (being asked to leave!) University in the early 70s and starting work for HMV Records in Manchester, Rob's collection of vinyl LP's has just grown , although now the majority have been transferred to the PC and augmented with CDs and downloads. Rob's first outings into radio were with a friend, who like Rob was also a Licensed Radio Amateur, and who had the technical knowhow to build an FM tramsmitter. From the attic of a house in deepest, darkest Suffolk, the short lived Colne Valley Radio was born! Whilst working for Chrysalis Records in 1980, Rob was listening to the test transmissions of BBC's local station Radio Norfolk, when he heard a familiar voice, old school friend Rob Bonnett. He suggested that Rob produce a Gig Guide and Record Review program....legal radio at last! After a break of nearly 35 years and various jobs in the IT industry and working as a live sound engineer for a Pink Floyd tribute band, Rob was asked by a colleague to take up the role of Programme Controller for his local village internet based community station, and regularly produces a weekly 2 hour syndicated show Polished Rock, which is broadcast by a number of stations.
19:00 - Josh Holmes-Bright
Our youngest presenter, Josh has been presenting on Caroline Community Radio and prides himself in having a music taste different to most of his frien ... More >>ds. Josh loves older music – in particular Queen who are his all-time favourites – and other classics from the 60's to the 90's. Whilst he prefers music that's older than him, Josh likes to discover new music that he likes too. He also enjoys spending time watching films and stand-up comedy, or anything that can make him laugh. He believes that if his show can make one person's day better then he has achieved his goal and if he can make even more people happy then that's an added bonus.
21:00 - Tim Charles
Although Tim can just remember Radio Caroline's arrival in 1964 it was the later album format that had the biggest influence on his music taste. In 19 ... More >>89 he was able to give practical help to the station after hearing about the Dutch raid, and felt he could offer his services a Production Engineer who had access to much surplus equipment. He is still supplying the ship with goods and services today! His first on-air experience was for Pirate BBC Essex on the LV 18 as a co-presenter. It was here he met Radio Caroline's John Patrick who would become a mentor. Tim's first show for Caroline was early in 2004 where he was able to bring his passion for music to the air. He has also sat-in for Rob Leighton during Rob's spells of illness – they had similar tastes so this was a pleasurable experience. Tim's own show Magic Carpet Ride has more of a Classic Rock slant – somewhat reminiscent of the old Overdrive shows.Tim's taste takes in AOR through to medium heavy Symphonic Goth. Amongst his favourites are Mostly Autumn, Epica, Nightwish, After Forever, Pendragon and Evanescence. He believes Caroline's should continue playing the album rock other stations ignore and is happy to fit in listeners choices around his. Even if it means spending time tracking down the more obscure track to play the following week.
00:00 - Top Fifteen Replay
A repeat of the Top 15 Show first heard yesterday morning at 9am.
01:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Terry Hughes
Terry started in broadcasting in 1979 at a talking newspaper for the visually impaired, then he spent a few years at Dudley and District Hospital Broa ... More >>dcasting. He did a few shows on Beacon 303 and BRMB, including joint shows with Gordon Astley, Mike Baker and Roger Day, and some gigs with KKJ, and at the age of 18 was being considered for a full time role in ILR but his dad said "Son, go and get a proper job". So in 1983 Terry moved to Coventry and became an apprentice at GEC. To make extra money he became a nightclub DJ, and for fun he was involved with 2 pirate stations in Coventry: Segway Sound and City FM. Terry had always been obsessed with pirate radio, and in those early Coventry days he listened to Radio Caroline and Laser 558 from afar, dreaming of a day when he could fulfil his dream of presenting on Radio Caroline. And that was that. Until COVID came along. Like everyone else Terry was locked down and had more time on his hands. Encouraged by his better half Clair, he started putting shows together, he published them on Mixcloud to great reviews, he got picked up by a UK based internet radio station and did 6 months of "Terry's Real Gold" live radio every weekend. He also became the presenter of the syndicated Retro Charts weekly countdown. At last, some 42 years after starting out in radio, he felt confident enough to approach Radio Caroline, and here he is, finally fulfilling his dream! Terry presents the early breakfast show each weekday morning from 6am to 7am.
07:00 - Tony Paul
Tony started out as a disc jockey on the London club circuit. His first job in commercial radio was at Beacon Radio in the Midlands, broadcasting from ... More >> Wolverhampton to the West Midlands and Shropshire. His 'Prince of Darkness' overnights became cult listening! He moved to early evenings and then to Afternoon Drive. In the 1980's, Tony interviewed virtually every major music artist from both sides of the Atlantic. His love of US Top 40 radio led to stints across 'the Pond' on WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut, WSPK New York and Q106 in San Diego. After Beacon, he went to BRMB, followed by Buzz FM in Birmingham and MFM in Cheshire. He was then chosen to launch and run a new station - Sunshine 855 - based in Shropshire. Eventually, the lure of California sunshine took him back across the Atlantic to Los Angeles. After a stint on radio station KBBY, he ended up doing what everyone does when they come to LA – working in Hollywood! He founded his own entertainment news agency and since 1996, he's run a successful company supplying celebrity interviews and movie coverage to major TV, Radio and New Media outlets around the world. He can now add virtually every major Hollywood star to his list of interviewees! When the chance came to do a Breakfast Show from Los Angeles for Radio Caroline, Tony didn't hesitate and he looks forward to sharing his tales from the Hollywood Hills with Caroline listeners every weekday morning.
09:00 - Top Fifteens
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Barry James
Barry first found music when he borrowed his sisters record collection when he was about eight and was hooked. When Caroline started it was a new begi ... More >>ning, and listened to all the stations, but Caroline was his favourite by far. Later he became a singer in band, then started doing discos when he was 18. He joined Caroline in 1977, touring the country with the Caroline Roadshow for 10 years, having great fun. Barry helped with tender trips and worked on the Ross Revenge in '84 and '85. He has done many RSL's with the station, and is very proud to be part of THE LEGEND. Barry has worked at Hastings Rock, XLfm in Ely, and Tulip Radio in Spalding. Barry is married to a very understanding wife, Bud, has 3 children and 5 lovely grandchildren. He says he will work for Caroline for as long as they want him – or can put up with him! LA.
14:00 - Nigel Harris
Nigel Harris (as Stuart Russell) was part of the late seventies team on the Mi Amigo working also on the Ross Revenge in the eighties and nineties. H ... More >>e stayed with Caroline for many years becoming the very last programme controller when the ship was still at sea. A trip to Israel and the Voice of Peace followed and then with offshore radio all but over, Nigel went to Invicta and now works at KMFM in Kent. He has been involved with Caroline since being in his teens and still continues to present Caroline programmes from Maidstone having been there since the start of satellite programmes. When not on the radio Nigel enjoys his other passion of playing the church organ and plays at his local church in Sittingbourne. He also played several times in Rochester Cathedral and once left the Ross Revenge when she was anchored on the Medway and went straight to Evensong in the Cathedral. Ambitions include a dive on Titanic and a ride in a hot air balloon but a fear of enclosed spaces and heights may just prevent them happening. Often asked which ship was his favourite, the answer is the Mi Amigo because of its history and homely feel but then the Ross Revenge is only a smidgen behind and he loves them both. Nigel can be heard on Caroline on Friday afternoons and other times when needed.
17:00 - Martin Fisher
Martin Fisher has Radio in his blood. Hailing from the birthplace of radio, Chelmsford, he remembers his Grandfather explaining how one could receive ... More >>the early Marconi broadcasts with no more than a poker in the ground, a piece of coal and a pair of headphones! The young Martin's own experiments with crystal sets proved very disappointing though as he could only receive the BBC Home and Light programmes. Despite this, he continued to develop an interest in music until one day at school, rumours started about a new Radio Station on board a ship Radio Caroline. He was hooked and wondered what it would be like to work on a radio ship. Little did he realise that he would find out first hand just a few years later when he was invited to a secret London location and offered the job of Transmitter Engineer and DJ! So it was that Martin Fisher found himself on board the famous Mi Amigo early in January 1977. During that first stint not only did Martin DJ for the first time, but also assisted with the move from 259 to 319 metres. He remained with Radio Caroline for nearly three years but has continued to work behind the scenes in the broadcasting world ever since. Martin jumped at the chance to return to the fold in the late 1990s for Caroline's new satellite service, and 2007 sees him celebrating 30 years since first joining Radio Caroline. You can hear Martin Fisher on late Wednesday afternoons, with his regular show.
19:00 - Adrian Skirrow
Record label exec, music industry consultant and music aficionado Adrian Skirrow has spent most of his career working for and running multi-national m ... More >>usic labels, as well as his own leading independent label and concert promotions business and counts himself as privileged to have have been able to work closely with some of the biggest names in the business. Originally from Yorkshire, Adrian spent his youth in South Africa and many year's as a club DJ playing building up a loyal following and playing sell out club nights at some of the iconic alternative rock venues in Johannesburg, which were also frequented by UK ex-pat's who brought in the latest new wave and goth sounds that found their way on to the dance floors. The music broken on the dance floor back then influences Adrian's radio show's to this day, and his passion for introducing new music outside of the mainstream. Adrian joined Radio Caroline in January 2020 to host a weekly late night show prior to his current weekly time slot on Friday's between 7-9pm.
21:00 - Rob van Dijk
Already in his early teens Rob van Dijk wanted to be a DJ or radio host. At the end of the seventies he decided to move to The Hague, to join several ... More >>land-based pirates and learn 'on the job'. A few years later he worked for several local stations and in 1988 – the first year commercial radio was allowed in the Netherlands – he started as a news-reader – and editor at Radio 10. Later he became a radio presenter by Radio West and RTV Rijnmond, both in the province Zuid-Holland. Between 2001 and 2012 Rob was audible as reporter and news anchor at the Dutch World Service Radio Netherlands. Since June 2016 Rob presents and composes a daily show from his own studio in his living room for five Dutch internet stations, and from October 2022 he’s making his 'contributions' on Friday evenings from 9 - 12 on Radio Caroline as well. Since January 2023 he also presents Caroline's Countdown of Album Sounds, the album top 40 on Sunday evenings from 10 - 01.Rob is a big fan from 'Europe’s first album station'since it’s comeback from the Mi Amigo in 1972 and experiences his joining of the Radio Caroline-family as a great and honourable opportunity.
00:00 - Steve Dack
I played around with mobile disco’s in the 70's was then asked to join my local Hospital Radio Station in Kings Lynn where I learnt the basics of radi ... More >>o. In the early 90's I joined a new station in Littleport Cambs called X-Cel FM, did a few R.S.L’s then we got a full time local radio licence. This was a great station where I did the Friday Rock show for a few years until the station was taken over by a large Radio group. While I was there I became friends with Barry James who invited me to accompany him down to the Radio Caroline studios which at the time where in Maidstone. I did an on air audition for the Boss and was offered a regular show at weekends. As I was a self employed Carpenter and Decorator I was soon put to use on the restoration crew working on the Ross Revenge, something I still do as and when I am available. I returned to doing regular programmes on Caroline a couple of years ago when I became a pensioner, which meant I had more time to devote to radio. I built a studio at home and through the miracle of modern technology, I am able to broadcast live on Radio Caroline. My regular time slot is at Midnight Fridays, I can also be heard the last Friday of the month from 10 in the morning until 2 in the afternoon, as well as occasionally covering for other presenters when they are not available. Most weekends in the summer I can been found on the road somewhere on my Harley Davidson.
02:00 - The Album Zone with Johnny Reece
Join Johnny Reece and friends for a wide selection of music from one of the largest album collections on the planet!
05:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Johnny Lewis
Johnny Lewis worked on Caroline in the 1970s as both broadcaster and engineer until the Mi Amigo sank in 1980. He later worked for The Voice Of Peace ... More >>and Laser 558 before rejoining Caroline on the Ross Revenge. He has also worked for a clutch of Irish stations as well as local commercial radio in the UK – the latest being Academy FM in East Kent. Johnny's other interests including golf, cooking, walking and fund raising for the RNLI. He also gives after dinner speeches on offshore radio, loves to listen to soft rock and soul and says his fantasy date would be Sandra Bullock who he would lover to cook a romantic dinner for, candles the works (the wife won't be happy with that!!) Johnny is also an expert on beer, and promised this year to bring back a brew from the Ross Revenge he made in the 80's... GBH or should we call it "Old Blackwater".
09:00 - Top Fifteens with Graham Bannerman
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Jerry Wright (Sitting in)
From a very tender age, Jerry tuned into Radio Caroline on his dad's portable Eveready Valve Radio and Westminster Radiogram and has been infected wit ... More >>h the radio bug ever since. He joined Hospital Radio Maidstone in the 70s, and approached a number of stations looking for work. After working as a Volunteer Programme Assistant and Tape Reclaimer at BBC Radio Medway in Chatham Kent (now BBC Radio Kent) in 1981, Jerry scored a job working as Ships DJ on the Olau Finn and Olau Britannia MK1 for Olau Ferries Sheerness UK to Vlissingen NL which was the nearest he got to legally to playing music on The North Sea. Jerry started with Radio Caroline in January 1986 with Kevin Turner, Peter Phillips, and David Andrews, Andy Johnson, Fergie McNeil, Nigel Roberts and Ad Roberts and Ferry Eden to name but a few. On his very first day on the Ross Revenge very nearly poisoned the crew with a round of coffee made from "Sea Water" by mistake, and got bitten on the ankle by "Raffles" Peter Chicagos dog who hated people running about on the ship. After a final stint at sea on the Ross in 1990, Jerry joined Mellow 1557 in Frinton on Sea, and has been heard on Invicta FM/Supergold, KFM, TLR, Medway FM, European Klassik Rock, CTFM, KMfm, a brief stint on land-based Radio Caroline and the re-imagined EKR from Maidstone. In 2003 Jerry became the Late night voice of SW London spending 17 years at 107.8 Radio Jackie. You can now catch Jerry Live on Radio Caroline at 9pm on Friday evenings.
13:00 - Peter Antony
In 1984, after working for several landbased pirates in London, Peter got an audition at BBC Radio One. But despite being shortlisted he was pipped at ... More >> the post by a Radio Luxembourg DJ who got the job due to his national profile. Ironically Peter was then signed up by Radio Luxembourg in April 1985, where he happily stayed until November 1991. As Peter recalls "For me getting Radio Luxembourg 208 was fantastic, and it was surreal to be suddenly working alongside broadcasters that I had listened to all my life... like Bob Stewart and Stuart Henry. All the jocks that I admired the most came from Luxembourg, and before they were at Luxembourg they were at Radio Caroline!" Relocating to Los Angeles he began writing and Dj'ed at Stringfellow's Beverley Hills for the next three years. Returning to the UK Peter also worked at WISH FM Wigan and Mercury FM Crawley. Peter joined Radio Caroline in April 2008. He enthuses "Caroline's music policy is simply how music radio should be! No research needed. No patronising tight rotation of the same old hackneyed hits.. just guys running a radio station who know what they are doing, know why they are doing it, and know what great music is. You're broadcasting to adults. People who know a lot, and expect a lot... They brought albums not just singles... There has been a lot of music made... and therefore a lot of music needs to be played... It's a duty a music station owes to its public!"
16:00 - André van Os
Inspired by Radio Caroline and Mi Amigo in the late 1970's, André started making radio on a landbased pirate in his home country The Netherland ... More >>s and for a short spell on a Belgium one. He did music and news programmes for hospital radio up north and in Amsterdam, where he was also passionately involved in local newsradio on FM.For twenty years he worked for several national public broadcasters as an internet pioneer, setting up their first streaming webradio stations with documentaries and current affairs. He was head of the internet department of Radio Netherlands Worldwide, until the government unfortunately cut most of the station's funding.While writing about radio for magazines and websites he got in touch with the internet heir of The Voice of Peace, the station he saw and listened to in Israel. He presented his Peacetrain show there for four years. After that, it was on to his first love in radio: Caroline. First to wake you up on early mornings, now doing Saturday afternoons and Tuesday lates.
19:00 - Lee Shuttlewood
Born and brought up in the village of Great Baddow, not far from the birthplace of radio in Chelmsford, Essex, Lee developed a keen interest in music ... More >>at an early age, and followed in the great tradition of many a young Caroline listener before him, and often running down the batteries of his transistor radio by falling asleep whilst listening to it under the covers. On leaving school he trained first as a body repair technician at a local car main dealership, before going on to become a Glassblower. Initially, and quite aptly making vacuum tubes for broadcast and industrial applications, before moving onto the world of electrochemical sensors. Lee first joined Radio Caroline in 2004 having responded to a request on the Horizon Magazine website for volunteers to help prepare Ross Revenge for the AM broadcast from the Cruise Terminal at Tilbury, Essex, and has been a part of the Ross Revenge restoration crew ever since, putting the body repair and mechanical skills learned all those years ago to good use once again. His first time on air was at during an overnight broadcast from the Cambridge Rock festival in 2006, and has since taken part in broadcasts from Ross Revenge, as well as other outside broadcasts from Earls Court and the British music experience at the O2 in Greenwich, as well as more recently standing in for other regular Caroline presenters.
22:00 - Phil Meek
Phil was born and bred in the Royal Forest of Dean. How did he get into Radio? – I have asked myself that question; it should be what are you d ... More >>oing in Radio!! I suppose the answer is when my local BBC station was looking for assistants I went along to help with Sports Commentary, I have reported from Henley Regatta, and the National Rowing Championships in Nottingham and Strathclyde, doing a race commentary while riding a bicycle along the tow path. And then along came Caroline, as a young lad I always wished I could have been involved, and now I am very lucky to be. When and why he you first join Caroline? –I have been a listener since 1964, yes really that long, I started listening after reading an article in the Coventry Evening Gazette while on holiday at my cousins. To fully answer the question, after I visited the Ross in Rochester & Tilbury. I thought this Ship needs a make over and a clear out, I have some free time, offer your self..The rest is a very tiring history I love listening to New Music and telling people about it, so Radio Caroline would seem an ideal outlet, but I do go back in time to listen to my old stuff as well.
00:00 - Phil Meek
Phil was born and bred in the Royal Forest of Dean. How did he get into Radio? – I have asked myself that question; it should be what are you d ... More >>oing in Radio!! I suppose the answer is when my local BBC station was looking for assistants I went along to help with Sports Commentary, I have reported from Henley Regatta, and the National Rowing Championships in Nottingham and Strathclyde, doing a race commentary while riding a bicycle along the tow path. And then along came Caroline, as a young lad I always wished I could have been involved, and now I am very lucky to be. When and why he you first join Caroline? –I have been a listener since 1964, yes really that long, I started listening after reading an article in the Coventry Evening Gazette while on holiday at my cousins. To fully answer the question, after I visited the Ross in Rochester & Tilbury. I thought this Ship needs a make over and a clear out, I have some free time, offer your self..The rest is a very tiring history I love listening to New Music and telling people about it, so Radio Caroline would seem an ideal outlet, but I do go back in time to listen to my old stuff as well.
01:00 - Top Fifteen Replay
A repeat of the Top 15 Show first heard yesterday morning at 9am.
02:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Clive Derek
Following a stint on the Voice of Peace in Israel Clive relocated to Ireland and was jointly responsible for the much loved 80's 'super pirate' ABC Ra ... More >>dio, where many Caroline presenters laid their hats during shore-leave from the Ross Revenge. Since the late 80's he has been involved in radio station senior management and a number of influential radio training initiatives. These days he is a qualified trainer and radio industry consultant and works for leading broadcasters at home and throughout Europe. Clive grew up listening to Radio Caroline in the 1970's and although he has been heard for a number of years on many of our commercial spots, this is his first regular slot on the schedule. He says his show will feature many "Caroline Classics" but he also looks forward to playing some of the many quality new tracks on the legendary Radio Caroline - Europe's first album station.
09:00 - Top Fifteens with Graham Bannerman
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Pat Edison
Born in Croydon, South London, Pat was smitten by the radio bug 14 years later whereby he was forced to launch his own station via a pair of walkie-ta ... More >>lkies. His parents, sisters and the cat may have been his only listeners, but it was a start. A while later he moved onto landbased pirate radio, firstly with the legendary Radio Jackie, then Radio Kaleidoscope which gained a reputation of being one of the most regular and professional pirates in London. After Kaleidoscope closed in 1976 some of its staff set up a radio service at The London Hospital, Whitechapel and Pat spent many years there as presenter, engineer and later programme director. In 1996 he spent some time finding out about life outside radio, however the pull of radio was too much, and after 5 years in the wilderness he returned to radio as part of the Radio Caroline team. Pat can currently be heard on Monday, Thursday and Sundays mornings 10am - 2pm. Pat has also presented for the present day Radio Jackie in South West London, and a number of Restricted Service Licence stations and is currently working as a web and app developer.
14:00 - Dave Foster
Dave Foster started his radio career in 1977 with Dart Radio at West Hill Hospital in his hometown of Dartford, Kent where he'd already been a disco D ... More >>J. His next move was in 1987 when he joined Radio Caroline at sea on the Ross Revenge. It was only for an 8 week spell but he wouldn't have missed it for the world. After that it was back to Dart Radio where he rose to the position of Programme Controller. Dave next joined satellite station European Classic Rock through his good friend Mark Stafford and was with the station until it's closure in 1999. Radio Caroline took over the EKR studios at Maidstone and Nigel Harris asked Dave to help get the station back on the air which required rebuilding the studio. This he did with help from his friend Jay. Dave has been with Caroline ever since. He tries to visit the Ross Revenge as often possible to help the restoration crew and in 2005 spent some time upgrading the on-air studio for the digital era. " It was tough going", he says, "but worth every minute". Dave can be heard on Radio Caroline on Sunday afternoons between 2 and 6 p.m. and also on Holland's Radio Seagull - the station started by former Caroline Dutch Service man Sietse Brouwer.
17:00 - Ray Clark
After a number of boat trips out to the North Sea in the 70's and 80's Ray eventually stayed and broadcast on Caroline 558 as Mick Williams – a ... More >>name he'd 'borrowed' from a friend. Since then he's enjoyed a successful career in radio, that continues to this day, but now he's more selective about where he works. Ray has been involved with several radio stations as presenter, running some, winning the licence for one of them, producing documentaries and gaining a few industry awards He is one of the few people to have presented the breakfast show on 'pirate', commercial, American and BBC radio.
19:00 - Andrew Austin
Andrew says that radio was always the main entertainment medium during his childhood, being introduced to both music and drama by his mother. But it w ... More >>as whilst listening to the great broadcasters on the offshore radio stations of the 1960s that he made up his mind that he wanted to join them, much to the chagrin of his parents whose hopes for future employment did not include becoming a radio DJ on a boat!But radio would have to wait as Andrew actually became a salesman, but still spent much of his spare time listening to Radio Caroline whilst collecting many of the records he'd heard being played. Many years later his search for business took him to Southend where to his surprise he found the Ross Revenge moored at the end of the pier. He later volunteered his services to Caroline where he was asked to organise some revenue from local businesses to cover the cost of a Restricted Service License for a low power special broadcast.When Caroline's satellite era started from the Maidstone Studios, Vinters Park at the end of the 1990s Andrew was asked to do some light engineering and answer the phone. This led to his first show as a presenter after somebody else failed turn up and he has been with the station ever since. He concludes 'I was smitten, and to this day am privileged to be working for Radio Caroline, even though it took me thirty years to achieve my ambition!'
22:00 - Countdown
00:00 - Countdown
01:00 - The Mellow Show with Gary Ziepe
An eclectic mix of laid back tracks across time and genres
03:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Terry Hughes
Terry started in broadcasting in 1979 at a talking newspaper for the visually impaired, then he spent a few years at Dudley and District Hospital Broa ... More >>dcasting. He did a few shows on Beacon 303 and BRMB, including joint shows with Gordon Astley, Mike Baker and Roger Day, and some gigs with KKJ, and at the age of 18 was being considered for a full time role in ILR but his dad said "Son, go and get a proper job". So in 1983 Terry moved to Coventry and became an apprentice at GEC. To make extra money he became a nightclub DJ, and for fun he was involved with 2 pirate stations in Coventry: Segway Sound and City FM. Terry had always been obsessed with pirate radio, and in those early Coventry days he listened to Radio Caroline and Laser 558 from afar, dreaming of a day when he could fulfil his dream of presenting on Radio Caroline. And that was that. Until COVID came along. Like everyone else Terry was locked down and had more time on his hands. Encouraged by his better half Clair, he started putting shows together, he published them on Mixcloud to great reviews, he got picked up by a UK based internet radio station and did 6 months of "Terry's Real Gold" live radio every weekend. He also became the presenter of the syndicated Retro Charts weekly countdown. At last, some 42 years after starting out in radio, he felt confident enough to approach Radio Caroline, and here he is, finally fulfilling his dream! Terry presents the early breakfast show each weekday morning from 6am to 7am.
07:00 - Tony Paul
Tony started out as a disc jockey on the London club circuit. His first job in commercial radio was at Beacon Radio in the Midlands, broadcasting from ... More >> Wolverhampton to the West Midlands and Shropshire. His 'Prince of Darkness' overnights became cult listening! He moved to early evenings and then to Afternoon Drive. In the 1980's, Tony interviewed virtually every major music artist from both sides of the Atlantic. His love of US Top 40 radio led to stints across 'the Pond' on WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut, WSPK New York and Q106 in San Diego. After Beacon, he went to BRMB, followed by Buzz FM in Birmingham and MFM in Cheshire. He was then chosen to launch and run a new station - Sunshine 855 - based in Shropshire. Eventually, the lure of California sunshine took him back across the Atlantic to Los Angeles. After a stint on radio station KBBY, he ended up doing what everyone does when they come to LA – working in Hollywood! He founded his own entertainment news agency and since 1996, he's run a successful company supplying celebrity interviews and movie coverage to major TV, Radio and New Media outlets around the world. He can now add virtually every major Hollywood star to his list of interviewees! When the chance came to do a Breakfast Show from Los Angeles for Radio Caroline, Tony didn't hesitate and he looks forward to sharing his tales from the Hollywood Hills with Caroline listeners every weekday morning.
09:00 - Top Fifteens
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Pat Edison
Born in Croydon, South London, Pat was smitten by the radio bug 14 years later whereby he was forced to launch his own station via a pair of walkie-ta ... More >>lkies. His parents, sisters and the cat may have been his only listeners, but it was a start. A while later he moved onto landbased pirate radio, firstly with the legendary Radio Jackie, then Radio Kaleidoscope which gained a reputation of being one of the most regular and professional pirates in London. After Kaleidoscope closed in 1976 some of its staff set up a radio service at The London Hospital, Whitechapel and Pat spent many years there as presenter, engineer and later programme director. In 1996 he spent some time finding out about life outside radio, however the pull of radio was too much, and after 5 years in the wilderness he returned to radio as part of the Radio Caroline team. Pat can currently be heard on Monday, Thursday and Sundays mornings 10am - 2pm. Pat has also presented for the present day Radio Jackie in South West London, and a number of Restricted Service Licence stations and is currently working as a web and app developer.
14:00 - John Ellery
John Ellery hails from Southampton and has had a long fascination with radio and has worked on all the stations in Southampton being part of the team ... More >>that brought local radio to the city. Starting with Southcity FM to The Saint, Radio Hampshire & Play Radio. He has also worked at Spire FM, BBC Solent, The Coast 106, Summerfest Radio with Kevin Turner. John still has a regular weekday slot on Forest FM’s Drive Time, Winchester Today and has been long associated with the UK’s longest RSL Special Event Station, Cowes Radio for the summer regatta although he is not in to sailing he makes sure the beer is always up to a good standard. Just what you need before going on air! Radio is a great opportunity to meet interesting people and play good music and on Caroline have access to play great album tracks. In his spare time he enjoys his home county of Hampshire exploring The New Forest while seeking out Real Ale pubs. Travelling to Italy is a must each year tasting the Italian food & wine. His own cooking is edible, favoring a good English Sunday Roast.
16:00 - Suzy Wilde
Suzy Wilde is a broadcaster and designer based in France. Growing up on the Isle of Wight, it was perhaps inevitable that the young Suzy would be inf ... More >>luenced by the iconic IOW Festivals of the late 60's & 1970. Suzy remarked that "the Festivals had a huge impact on me. It was so glamorous and exciting, and even though I was just a little kid, I knew then that I wanted to be part of that world". Suzy has owned and run two music promotions companies, managed bands & handled PR for major rock acts, but it wasn't until she moved to Los Angeles in the 1980's, that she had her first experiences with radio broadcasting. "KLOS ROCK was THE Classic Rock station in LA, and I was fortunate enough to be involved with them at a really exciting time in rock music". Following her return from the States, Suzy has worked as a lighting designer for a French company, and now lives in South West France, where she is a presenter on Radio Coteaux.
19:00 - Rob Ashard
Rob Ashard started listening to Radio Caroline during his school days in Ipswich in the mid 70's. His interest in radio continued through the 80's wit ... More >>h a little bit of FM pirate radio, along with engineering and presenting work on Hospital Radio Ipswich.Having worked in TV broadcast sound since 1980, he was involved in the Kingston RSL and successful station applicant, Thames FM (which has since become Radio Jackie) doing the Saturday night rockshow, Thames FM Rocks. Shortly after this links were made with Radio Caroline and Rob did his first show from the Maidstone Studios on a Saturday morning during the 1999 Southend RSL broadcast and has been doing a bit of engineering work and the odd programme ever since. Rob is still a TV Sound Engineer working on many popular shows, but has also run some FM broadcasts for classic car shows and also can be heard in Nitro FM, Santa Pod Raceway's own radio station, which, as he says, zips up his car and radio anoraks, as his other passions are his 1975 Corvettte and drag racing.
21:00 - Ray Copeland
Ray has never been far away from a radio and can still remember breaking plenty of his mum's 78rpm records whilst doing his first legal radio programm ... More >>e! It wasn't long before he found the use of an FM transmitter and was the driving force behind mid 1980's Medway's Radio Atlantis FM and was also the 'extended broadcast' man for London 80's 94.4FM station London Music Radio. Ray then found himself at Hospital Radio Maidstone doing both programmes and engineering which also landed him on the committee. In the 90's Ray then became Mr. RSL, with programs on Medway FM, CTR/20-20, Swale's Link FM, Coastline FM and TLR. He was then introduced by Mark Stafford to European Klassick Rock and provided cover which then led to a regular Tuesday evening. The cover arrangement has continued on Radio Caroline for Mark and the team for the best part of 10 years now and he is more than pleased to now present Monday evenings at Radio Caroline.
00:00 - Top Fifteen Replay
A repeat of the Top 15 Show first heard yesterday morning at 9am.
01:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Terry Hughes
Terry started in broadcasting in 1979 at a talking newspaper for the visually impaired, then he spent a few years at Dudley and District Hospital Broa ... More >>dcasting. He did a few shows on Beacon 303 and BRMB, including joint shows with Gordon Astley, Mike Baker and Roger Day, and some gigs with KKJ, and at the age of 18 was being considered for a full time role in ILR but his dad said "Son, go and get a proper job". So in 1983 Terry moved to Coventry and became an apprentice at GEC. To make extra money he became a nightclub DJ, and for fun he was involved with 2 pirate stations in Coventry: Segway Sound and City FM. Terry had always been obsessed with pirate radio, and in those early Coventry days he listened to Radio Caroline and Laser 558 from afar, dreaming of a day when he could fulfil his dream of presenting on Radio Caroline. And that was that. Until COVID came along. Like everyone else Terry was locked down and had more time on his hands. Encouraged by his better half Clair, he started putting shows together, he published them on Mixcloud to great reviews, he got picked up by a UK based internet radio station and did 6 months of "Terry's Real Gold" live radio every weekend. He also became the presenter of the syndicated Retro Charts weekly countdown. At last, some 42 years after starting out in radio, he felt confident enough to approach Radio Caroline, and here he is, finally fulfilling his dream! Terry presents the early breakfast show each weekday morning from 6am to 7am.
07:00 - Tony Paul
Tony started out as a disc jockey on the London club circuit. His first job in commercial radio was at Beacon Radio in the Midlands, broadcasting from ... More >> Wolverhampton to the West Midlands and Shropshire. His 'Prince of Darkness' overnights became cult listening! He moved to early evenings and then to Afternoon Drive. In the 1980's, Tony interviewed virtually every major music artist from both sides of the Atlantic. His love of US Top 40 radio led to stints across 'the Pond' on WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut, WSPK New York and Q106 in San Diego. After Beacon, he went to BRMB, followed by Buzz FM in Birmingham and MFM in Cheshire. He was then chosen to launch and run a new station - Sunshine 855 - based in Shropshire. Eventually, the lure of California sunshine took him back across the Atlantic to Los Angeles. After a stint on radio station KBBY, he ended up doing what everyone does when they come to LA – working in Hollywood! He founded his own entertainment news agency and since 1996, he's run a successful company supplying celebrity interviews and movie coverage to major TV, Radio and New Media outlets around the world. He can now add virtually every major Hollywood star to his list of interviewees! When the chance came to do a Breakfast Show from Los Angeles for Radio Caroline, Tony didn't hesitate and he looks forward to sharing his tales from the Hollywood Hills with Caroline listeners every weekday morning.
09:00 - Top Fifteens
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Stephen Foster
Stephen is one of this country’s most experienced music broadcasters with more than 40 years’ worth of programmes for the BBC and commercial radio und ... More >>er his belt. Affectionately known as Foz, he was born and bred in Suffolk and has Radio Caroline to thank for his eclectic taste in music having been an avid listener to the likes of Andy Archer, Tony Allan, Johnny Jason and Simon Barrett during the 1970s. Foz is delighted to be broadcasting on the station that ignited his passion for albums. He has a huge CD and vinyl collection covering the history of popular music and is widely regarded as an expert on the subject.
14:00 - Ray Clark (Sitting in)
After a number of boat trips out to the North Sea in the 70's and 80's Ray eventually stayed and broadcast on Caroline 558 as Mick Williams – a ... More >>name he'd 'borrowed' from a friend. Since then he's enjoyed a successful career in radio, that continues to this day, but now he's more selective about where he works. Ray has been involved with several radio stations as presenter, running some, winning the licence for one of them, producing documentaries and gaining a few industry awards He is one of the few people to have presented the breakfast show on 'pirate', commercial, American and BBC radio.
17:00 - Chris Pearson
Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Carol ... More >>ine colleagues Dave Foster, Rob Ashard and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe (Chris Bowskill), handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross. Chris says he'll never forget clambering up the rope ladder to board the ship for the first time on that dark March night, "It was just mind-blowing to actually be setting foot onboard as one of the team". Finally getting to bed at around 5:30am, he was awoken by knocking on his cabin door to be told that he would be on-air in 15 minutes as someone had gone ill. "Thanks to Nick Richards for the ten minute crash course on using the Ross desk!". After leaving Caroline, Chris spent six months aboard the Peace Ship with the Voice of Peace 'from somewhere in the Mediterranean' before returning to instore radio with the newly launched Radio HMV in Oxford Street. Several years in commercial radio followed (Invicta Radio, Essex Radio, Ocean Sound, Power FM, Chiltern Radio, Horizon Radio, The Superstation and Key 103) before Chris joined the forces station BFBS. He travelled with them as a presenter and Station Manager in the Falkland Islands, Germany, Cyprus, Belize, Northern Ireland, Kosovo, Bosnia, Iraq and two three-month long tours of Afghanistan using the BFBS studios at Camp Bastion. Off-air highlights for Chris have included flying a Red Arrow Hawk jet from the back seat, ramp riding Chinook helicopters and Hercules aircraft, a Royal Navy trip to South Georgia, a back seat in a Tornado jet in the Falklands and being winched into a helicopter from the Belizean jungle. After 28 years travelling the world with BFBS, Chris left in April 2019 to take up a new role as the Managing Director of Manx Radio, the Isle of Man’s Public Service Broadcaster. He continues to broadcast with the station and is heavily involved with the Radio Caroline North link-ups. Around the same time, he also commissioned as an Officer with the Royal Air Force Reserves, serving with 7644 (PR) Sqn, based at RAF Halton.
19:30 - Alec Lamb
Alec grew up in Essex, brought up on a radio diet of Caroline, early Radio One, Radio North Sea International and Veronica. A self confessed Vinyl Jun ... More >>kie, he started buying music way back in '66 with Manfred Mann's 'Pretty Flamingo' being the first one and soon progressed from there. Even today he can often be found scouring the charity shops for hidden gems. He set out doing on Mobile Disco's in '74 with the usual rounds of pubs, weddings and club presentation events, plus background music before such bands as Geordie, Hustler, GT Moore and the Reggea Guitars and The Kursaal Flyers. This continued until 2009. The year before Alec started doing a couple of hours for a local community station Saint FM in the Maldon area of Essex, presenting a 70's show and more eclectic late night show. He loved radio so much he finally stopped doing the disco circuit. "The chance to do a slot on Caroline was too good to miss" – says Alec "So here I am".
22:00 - Tuesday Late with Mark Dezzani
Mark Dezzani started his radio life as a landbased pirate in Sussex and then London where he was a founder member of the community radio lobby group ... More >>'Free The Airwaves'. In 1982 he moved to Seborga in Italy to work for Radio Nova International. In the late 80s Mark was a founding member of Sunshine Radio Antibes before joining Riviera Radio in Monaco as a freelance. Mark formed the TV & video production company Europa Productions in 1998 producing documentaries, TV news reports & corporate video. In 2000 he joined Radio Caroline and in 2009 he launched RivieraLife.tv, a news websites with video reports for the Anglophone community on the French Riviera. "I am thrilled to be back on Radio Caroline, a real oasis for quality music radio in the desert of fast rotating small playlists and sloganeering liner cards."
00:00 - Top Fifteen Replay
A repeat of the Top 15 Show first heard yesterday morning at 9am.
01:00 - Continuous Caroline Music
A selection of music from the past five decades
06:00 - Terry Hughes
Terry started in broadcasting in 1979 at a talking newspaper for the visually impaired, then he spent a few years at Dudley and District Hospital Broa ... More >>dcasting. He did a few shows on Beacon 303 and BRMB, including joint shows with Gordon Astley, Mike Baker and Roger Day, and some gigs with KKJ, and at the age of 18 was being considered for a full time role in ILR but his dad said "Son, go and get a proper job". So in 1983 Terry moved to Coventry and became an apprentice at GEC. To make extra money he became a nightclub DJ, and for fun he was involved with 2 pirate stations in Coventry: Segway Sound and City FM. Terry had always been obsessed with pirate radio, and in those early Coventry days he listened to Radio Caroline and Laser 558 from afar, dreaming of a day when he could fulfil his dream of presenting on Radio Caroline. And that was that. Until COVID came along. Like everyone else Terry was locked down and had more time on his hands. Encouraged by his better half Clair, he started putting shows together, he published them on Mixcloud to great reviews, he got picked up by a UK based internet radio station and did 6 months of "Terry's Real Gold" live radio every weekend. He also became the presenter of the syndicated Retro Charts weekly countdown. At last, some 42 years after starting out in radio, he felt confident enough to approach Radio Caroline, and here he is, finally fulfilling his dream! Terry presents the early breakfast show each weekday morning from 6am to 7am.
07:00 - Tony Paul
Tony started out as a disc jockey on the London club circuit. His first job in commercial radio was at Beacon Radio in the Midlands, broadcasting from ... More >> Wolverhampton to the West Midlands and Shropshire. His 'Prince of Darkness' overnights became cult listening! He moved to early evenings and then to Afternoon Drive. In the 1980's, Tony interviewed virtually every major music artist from both sides of the Atlantic. His love of US Top 40 radio led to stints across 'the Pond' on WTIC in Hartford, Connecticut, WSPK New York and Q106 in San Diego. After Beacon, he went to BRMB, followed by Buzz FM in Birmingham and MFM in Cheshire. He was then chosen to launch and run a new station - Sunshine 855 - based in Shropshire. Eventually, the lure of California sunshine took him back across the Atlantic to Los Angeles. After a stint on radio station KBBY, he ended up doing what everyone does when they come to LA – working in Hollywood! He founded his own entertainment news agency and since 1996, he's run a successful company supplying celebrity interviews and movie coverage to major TV, Radio and New Media outlets around the world. He can now add virtually every major Hollywood star to his list of interviewees! When the chance came to do a Breakfast Show from Los Angeles for Radio Caroline, Tony didn't hesitate and he looks forward to sharing his tales from the Hollywood Hills with Caroline listeners every weekday morning.
09:00 - Top Fifteens
A Caroline listener's music selection - see 'Top Fifteens' page for details.
10:00 - Gary Ziepe
Quantum mechanics, exercising on a rowing machine and keeping the neighbours under surveillance are just some of Gary's interests. Music is another. G ... More >>rowing up in London in the sixties the first woman he fell in love with was Dusty Springfield. His first big lesson of childhood was realising that was a mistake. Gary started his career in the library at Capital Radio. Referring to his long hair at the time Kenny Everett said "I must get a wig like that." Since then he's presented various shows at a number of radio stations including Country 1035, Radio Luxembourg, Breeze AM, Essex FM, Chiltern FM and Invicta FM. Gary also worked on Capital Gold for ten years. The most bizarre call he's ever had was from a lady who wanted to turn up after the show to meet him in the car park naked. She never did and to this day Gary doesn't know if this was a threat or a promise. At least she didn't ask him to play Misty! Some dial surfing in the 70's led him to discover Caroline for the first time. "I'm so glad to now be on a station that's unafraid of playing a capacious tapestry of quality tracks."
14:00 - Johnny Reece
Johnny Reece has been broadcasting Radio programmes for various stations over the past couple of decades, to the UK, USA, Netherlands, France, Germany ... More >>, and Slovakia. Reece was born in March 1958. However, when very drunk, he has attempted to claim he was born in 1973. Perhaps he doesn't know. I say this, because I asked him, and he said "I don't know". This is,of course, a lie. What isn't a lie is the fact that he has been buying records since he was 7, boasts of a personal collection of over 20,000 albums (having run his own Record Shop in the past did rather help that) and the rest, as they say, is hysterical. His programmes will feature Album tracks covering at least 50 years, anything from new and forthcoming releases, or a bunch of hits instead if the mood takes. If he thinks it's good, it goes in.That's the rule. He has also just completed rebuilding the main 'AZ Towers' Studio (version 3) after having recently relocated to Sussex. May contain nuts.
17:00 - Mike Brill
Mike Brill was a regular Caroline North listener in the 1960's while living in Rhyl N.Wales. After schooling he gained an engineering background in B ... More >>BC Local Radio during 70's & 80's. Here he was allowed both sides of the 'mic' and presented a weekly rock show playing album music & recording sessions as well as interviews with local bands ('Kent Rocks'). Mike has very large vinyl collection, which he finds useful for finding the occasional rare album track. His introduction to the revived Radio Caroline was through by DJ colleague Jerry Wright who was with the station on the Ross Revenge during 1986. Mike started with Caroline just after the closure of our analogue satellite service in 2001 - and gained a regular show in 2002. He is currently working as a self-employed Computer Consultant (expert!) providing IT support to a variety of local companies. And is now responsible for keeping Caroline computers ticking over.
20:00 - Marc Griffiths
Marc joined the presentation team back in 2003 and within his first year took over a weekly Wednesday night programme. Marc is a massive follower of t ... More >>he new music scene challenging himself to deliver brand new music each and every week, he helps out with programming the new music category at Caroline. Marc loves most things new but hes a fan of the Beatles, Stones, T Rex and U2 but has an interest in the American music scene liking anything from Tom petty to bands such as Counting Crows, Matchbox 20 and Train but his biggest love comes from the Madchester scene and Stone Roses, Charlatans and Happy Mondays. Marc, along with good friend Dave Foster, can often be seen at live gigs having a good laugh. Marc started his radio career at Hospital Radio level as a member of Darenth valley HR. He presented the weekly WH Smith album chart for 2 years. Marc's a very sought after function Disc Jockey formerly playing at all West end Hotels and at many celebrity bashes. He also was a party Dj on the Greek island of Zante. Marc's Facebook entry
23:00 - The Mellow Show with Gary Ziepe
An eclectic mix of laid back tracks across time and genres