We enjoy a great working relationship with many kindred spirits in radio (both presenters and producers) at national, regional and local level as well as many great internet operations.

The Alternative Roots show presented each Sunday by Mike Davies at BRUM radio: https://www.mixcloud.com/BrumRadio/mike-davies-alternative-roots-17022019/

The Mike Ritchie On Sunday Show - 4 – 6 pm
Ploughing the fertile fields of Americana, alt-country, country, folk, bluegrass, rock – and any music that takes his fancy.
Celtic Music Radio 95FM (Glasgow area) http://www.celticmusicradio.net/

Nigel Griffiths - ‘The Late Show’ on Mearns FM (Aberdeenshire): An eclectic mix of the very best of acoustic, folk, country and soft rock music, with live sessions and interviews. 9 to 11 pm (Thursday): http://www.mearnsfm.org.uk/

Dave Maciver - A Slice Of Fried Gold
Sunday 2-4pm and Monday 6-8pm - www.abcradio.co.uk

Noel Casey - 'After Midnight' - 103.2 DublinCity FM
Midnight to 2am on Monday -www.dublincityfm.ie

BB Skone Show - 7pm every Sunday - www.radiopembrokeshire.com

Kirsty Lee - The American Music Show - 103.2FM Dublin City FM www.dublincityfm.ie

Downhome with Howling Dick at www.howlingdick.com
Podcast every Saturday at 1.00 and by subscription at iTunes http://tinyurl.com/bdltl48

Lloyd Coles - Countryfied at Swansea Sound - Monday 7 to 10pm
http://www.swanseasound.co.uk/

Brian Miller - Diamond Folk - 8-9pm Sundays -
http://blackdiamondfm.com/

Don Chisholm - Rock, Roots & Acoustic Music - Saturday 9-11pm
KCR 107.7 FM & online at www.kcr.fm

Jonti's Roots and Acoustic Show – Sunday 3-4pm
http://www.sinefm.com/a_z_of_shows/

Monday night 11 pm till 12 somervalleyfm.co.uk in Somerset http://podcast.canstream.co.uk/svalley/index.php?cat=The%20Mikecast

Jeff Crosby https://soundcloud.com/jeffcrosbymusic

 

 


FEATURED THIS MONTH:

Legendary music guru Bob Harris plays a track from The Mammals' Nonet album and tells listeners to his BBC Radio 2 show it is "very special indeed," adding: "What a song that is - wow! - I think that's very good indeed" https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jhb5

Bruce MacGregor plays material from Steve Crawford and Spider Mackenzie's Celticana album on his Travelling Folk Show at BBC Radio Scotland: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jnd1

Eve Blair features Bet On Love, the new release from Pharis and Jason Romero, as her Album of The Week on The Late Show at BBC Radio Ulster. "I adore it - it's really beautiful," she says: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jpbr

The Iain Anderson Show at BBC Radio Scotland features tracks from Stephanie Hatfield’s Out This Fell album and the latest project - The Ledger – from Findlay Napier, Gillian Frame and Mike Vass: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jmlv

     

FEATURED THIS MONTH:

Legendary music guru Bob Harris plays a track from The Mammals' Nonet album and tells listeners to his BBC Radio 2 show it is "very special indeed," adding: "What a song that is - wow! - I think that's very good indeed" https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jhb5

Bruce MacGregor plays material from Steve Crawford and Spider Mackenzie's Celticana album on his Travelling Folk Show at BBC Radio Scotland: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jnd1

Eve Blair features Bet On Love, the new release from Pharis and Jason Romero, as her Album of The Week on The Late Show at BBC Radio Ulster. "I adore it - it's really beautiful," she says: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jpbr

The Iain Anderson Show at BBC Radio Scotland features tracks from Stephanie Hatfield’s Out This Fell album and the latest project - The Ledger – from Findlay Napier, Gillian Frame and Mike Vass: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000jmlv