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Member of Reckless & Blue & presenter of Reckless Blues, a one-hour show playing blues favourites and tracks from artists spanning almost 100 years of blues.

Host of the What’s Rockin’ and the main man behind SlayerQueen & The Coolgang Foxtrots.

Cameron Pettit hosts the The Fishbowl Radio Show with an eye for unsigned and upcoming bands as well as a love for lots of classic indie.

Pure Rock Fury with Paul Cash Tuesdays 6pm on Radio Wigwam. Two Hours of Groove Soaked Feel Good Rock'n'Roll

Simon is a bassist, music promoter, occasional poet, visual artist and general freethinking ranty-bod, who has been involved in independent radio for fifteen years. His show Loose Canon is two hours of the freshest underground no wave, shoegaze, noise-rock, post-punk, punk and experimental weirdness, with two opening oldies. @SimonEdwardsxyz

Host of the Voice of a Woman, championing female artists in the independent music sector.

Scottie Richardson is the host of RnR Weekly - every week reliving live moments in Rock N Roll Music and much much more!

Craig Mapstone hosts the Welsh Connections Playlist Show, bringing the very best of Welsh music (and music with a Welsh connection) to the masses every week!

Jake presents Electrodrome, the electronic music show. A former electro and deep house DJ, Jake played at Ministry of Sound, Turnmills &amp; Egg alongside some of dance music’s biggest names (including Smokin’ Jo, Tim Sheridan and Sander Kleinenberg). He writes and produces his own electronic-influenced guitar music as The West View. This is for anyone with a love of electro-oriented music. <a title="" href="http://www.twitter.com/ElectrodromeFM">@ElectrodromeFM</a>

Ola's Kool Kitchen is an eclectic mix of sounds. Different genres will hold hands skipping merrily into the sunset in my program. I’m also intrigued with ferreting out hidden gems from the past and the future. I interview and record many artists and bands, both big and small. Remember, I record my show because commercial radio sucks!

Presents ‘That Eighties Vibe’ give you exactly what you’d expect from that decade.