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Bikers Night & Geordie’s Man Cave Show (8 – 10 pm Sunday) Geordie’s been in the radio industry for, well let’s be nice and just say over a decade. During that time he’s had the pleasure of working with various stations large and small including BikerFM where the ‘Batman and Robin’ style pairing with Clive […]

Bikers Night & The Mr & Mrs LT Show (6 – 8 pm Sunday) Clive LT Reygers has been in the music industry for 40 years and knows a little bit about music. He started out by taking an audition and became a professional DJ back in the 1980’s. He has been a front man, […]

Broadcasting on various stations with LT, I'm kind of his 'broadcast pillion' or 'sidecar passenger' on the air waves!

Wake Up with Weechy (8 – 10 am Saturday and Sunday) A really easy listening show with a great range of music spanning the decades. Tunes you probably forgot about but love… and some cheesy ones you love to hate!! Why not send in a request? Mark has been presenting internet radio shows since 2010 […]

Weeman has his foot on The Pedal to The Metal Show, Thursday's 8pm to 10pm GMT

Armed with a fair taste in music, a mouth that can just tickover or redline comfortably at 14,000 words per minute, Torquing Nuts is an apt name for Paul's Show!

An alternative Country show mixing Outlaw Country, Southern Rock, Americana and Bluegrass

Mike Bollea’s Jukebox Party Mike Bollea’s Jukebox Party is a weekly show on BHP Radio consisting of the greatest hits and rare gems from the 50’s and early 60’s coming alive once more with the classic AM radio sound. With over 50,000 oldies in the jukebox you just never know what your going to get […]

Jeff Hyman BHP Radio’s latest presenter, is an original member of the highly acclaimed 1960’s folk group “The Gaslight Singers”. He is a multi-balloted Grammy recording artist and is also the host “Somewhere In Time with Jeff Hyman”, a highly unique 60 minute pre-recorded radio show, heard here on BHP Radio, that combines the music […]

When Gordon's best friend bought him "Burn" by Deep Purple for his eighteenth birthday that was it! He became a life-long "rocker" from then on!