Station Manager & Presenter
Rob is a life long radio fan, since the Offshore Radio days, listening to Radio Caroline and Radio Luxembourg. Rob enjoys most types of music from the 1960’s onwards. Rob was a mobile DJ for many years, until 1996 when Rob decided he wanted to present on radio.
Rob has presented on:
Radio Pulse 1350am Redditch
Jayne is our computer boffin here at Carousel FM. Jayne works behind the scenes programming our schedule on a day to day basis.
Tim is originally from the West Midlands but has lived in South Wales for the last 30 years.
He's married with one child Rachel, who appears on the show from time to time.
Tim has worked for many commercial radio stations in England and Wales.
Kieran is a podcast host from North Wales where he has been podcasting for about a year, Kieran has hosted and appeared on a number of podcasts.
In 2020 Kieran wanted to make the jump into radio and take the next step in growing his career. Kieran is an Avid football and sports fan.
Corey has just finished sixth form studies, comprising of Film, TV & Radio Production, and will start University of Portsmouth in September, studying Film Production.
His love of radio comes from presenting his own show from the college's studio.
Corey also enjoys cooking, watching crime documentaries, and is a lover, yet skeptic of reality television.
Dave Edwards has been associated with the world of Radio Broadcasting for over 40 years, having started as many do, in Hospital Radio. He was one of the driving forces behind the formation of The Loughborogh Hospitals Broacasting Service (LHBS) back in 1975.
He has spent the past few years providing 'Voice Overs' for several radio Stations, producing them in the Broadcast Studio that he has set up at his home.
Adam King hails from Liverpool. King grew up watching his parents who performed as a cabaret act Liverpool in the 60s. As an actor, Adam has major theatre roles as the Dentist in “Little Shop of Horrors” and Fagin in “Oliver”.
Over the last decade Adam has made Spain’s Costa Blanca his home where, in addition to playing live, he also presents a regular radio show, Swing With The King, that reflects his love for swing music and Rat Pack darlings like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Bobby Darin.
Fred Setters, started his own radio journey in 2012 as a presenter and subsequently Station Manager at Jubilee Hospital Radio, which is based in the beautiful Channel Island of Guernsey.
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.
Station Manager & Presenter
Gary has been presenting on Radio since 2011 and his show The Blast from The 90s was introduced in late 2020.
The Blast from the 90s show gives Gary the opportunity to play some great songs from a decade that influenced my life, from school to work and family.
Music from the 90s brings back so many good memories so lets hope it does for you too.
Jay presents the unsigned music show - The NUA radio show (The new and unsigned artists show).
Jay has a wealth of radio experience from working in multiple commercial radio stations, to being a huge name in the unsigned music world.
Starting his entertaining career at the age of 15, Chris has been DJ’ing, presenting radio and voice overs for over 30 years.
His experience includes Mobile DJ’ing, Residency DJ’ing, FM and Online Radio presenting and has also been instrumental in setting up several online and community radio stations. Chris has previously been a station owner and has acted as consultant for other radio stations. His mix of technical skills and presentation skills together make for a great radio experience.
Spencer has been working in the media industry for nearly 30 years, and has been a broadcaster for over 20 years.
When Spencer is not behind the microphone, he can be found cheering on the England rugby team, as well as trying to hit a golf ball around the place. He also likes creating and experimenting in the kitchen, trying to invent new and interesting recipes, usually with varying degrees of success.
Steve grew up in Cornwall, before moving to London in the late 80's, partially to feed his addiction for music and live concerts. And over the years he has seen over 4000 Bands live.
He's been actively involved in the Metal scene since the mid 90's and for the past 5 years, he has branched out into the industrial scene as well.
These days, he's bossed about by 5 cats in rural Derbyshire.
Steve hails from Sunderland, and has been involved in Radio since the 1970's. Working on Hospital Radio as well as running a Mobile Disco and DJing at Night Clubs. He has a passion for Music & Comedy and will be combining both to bring a fantastic new show to Carousel FM.
Phil has been on air for nearly 30 years playing the hit's across the North East of England and the world, starting the bug for radio from when he was very young at the age of 4 with his Corgi Frisco Disco with microphone and headphones.
Listeners around the World, will know Rosko from his days at Radio Caroline, BBC Radio 1, Radio Luxembourg & The Classic Gold Network. He was also the inspiration for the Philip Seymour Hoffman character "The Count" in the film "The Boat That Rocks".