Simon spent the best part of 15 years working in local commercial radio across the Midlands in the UK. Since leaving full time radio he spent a good deal of time exploring other pursuits, including starting his own business, before eventually coming full circle to find himself working as a freelance voice over artist and radio presenter. The Eurovision Show was a labour of love – and a way to combine his passion for radio with his guilty pleasure of Eurovision! When not involved in either, he enjoys all things techy, science-fiction film & TV, and is a keen dog lover.
Ministry began his career as a DJ in 2009.Since that time, he played in a lot of clubs. The main music style now is an absolutely various house. Ministry has an unique performing style, he is one of the DJ who will make you dance non-stop by their sets.
Chris Marsden is a Voice Actor, Broadcaster and Audio Specialist and hosts the Movie Soundtrack Show.
I spent 4 years as a presenter at Rugby Hospital Radio, doing a 60s and 70s show on Wednesdays, and Requests on Fridays and specials at weekends, including being part of a 48 hour live marathon playing all of the number ones of the 60s and 70s.
Mike Tyldesley presents the early morning show.
Nicky is thrilled to have been given the opportunity to have her very own radio show and can’t wait to welcome a whole host of musical guests.
I think I can bring something fresh to the project. I saw in your bio that Rugby Radio will be a community station. If the key word is ‘community’, then I’d like to provide something that represents all aspects of the town, as well as treating it to sounds and experiences that expand beyond its realms.