The show is a collection of the greatest music produced between 1960 and 1989, listed in an A-Z style of show with some bonus music from the “Artist of the Week” (from the 60’s 70’s or 80’s of course).
What made you want to join Coastway Hospital Radio For Brighton?
I found it a great place to learn the trade of presenting via the radio and it is such a welcoming environment in which I can utilise my passion for ‘Vinyl’ records and play them to the listeners.
What do you like best about Coastway?
I can enjoy playing my Vinyl’s and cassettes, being a man who truly loves the retro sound of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s I get the freedom to play the greatest music to the greatest audience :D
How did you get into presenting?
I have known the presenter called Steve Hanmer, who does the ‘Steve Hanmer Show’ who I happen to be friends with from years ago.
Who/what are your biggest influence(s)?
The Beatles, by far, are the most influential band in my life. I also admire all of the presenters on Gold (another station presenting the best of music from the 60’s onwards)
What have been your biggest achievements?
Getting a place on coastway, spending years of my time within the Army Cadets and also getting into my third year of university at Chichester studying Media and Music Technology
Name a key tune that you love or inspired you
Nights in White Satin, The Moody Blues. It is such a lovely song, and really there is nothing you can say that’s negative about this track, it is just beautiful.
What do you do when you are not broadcasting?
When not broadcasting I am doing a full time university course and holding two jobs, one as a waiter in the Hove greyhound track and the other is Ushering for Cineworld, Brighton Marina. Also, golf, I love golf.