Team Members

Hailing from across the Irish Sea, I bring a eclectic flare for music of all genres. Having been an International athlete for 20 years I understand the power of a good playlist. When motivation was lacking, music and radio came to the rescue. Always the right song, at the right time…..Radio is like a good […]

Danny is the voice of Witney Radio, everytime someone tells you the station you’re listening to, its Danny! He is an experienced radio entertainer having worked at some of the biggest BBC and commercial radio stations, he’s currently running his own production company making commercials and IDs for radio stations across the country.

Sub is a northern fellow but a nice one with it.

Born in Combe in 1965 and worked as a builder all his life. Loved radio from an early age always taping the top 40 trying to stop the track before the DJ spoke, Simon used to buy 50p singles from Woolworths and Kempsters in Witney to play at Combe Youth Club each week and progressed […]

Paul aka Dr Dangerous is from London and a member of the Windrush Crew. The Windrush Crew spin vinyl on the decks every Saturday evening 8-10 pm to bring you a selection of their old skool electronic dance music favourites including acid, house, trance, techno, hardcore, rave, jungle, and drum & bass.

Grant AKA Mr G I am Grant, otherwise known as Mr G, I moved to Witney 17 years ago from Cornwall. I was always the one at school with the mix tapes and have the most eclectic taste in music of anyone I know. I like to think I look like Matt Damon but I […]

Matt is a drummer, gamer and film maker from the heart of Oxford, and has played in quite a few bands over the past few years. He has a simultaneous passion for film and has a degree in film from Oxford Brookes.

Mark was born and raised in South London in an age when TV only had three channels and came in two colours – black and white.  He moved to West Oxfordshire 28 years ago when his firm relocated him and decided he rather liked it round here and would stay when he left the company.

Laura managed to escape from the clutches of the hooded claw in the north and travelled the long and winding road through strawberry fields to the south where she met young maidens and rich gentlemen who enjoyed her regional dialect and funny northern ways. The maidens said to Laura “You don’t need me to show […]

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