From the UK originally, we have been fortunate to get to see some amazing places. I have always loved music and I’m an 80’s tragic. No Human League haircut for me as believe it or not (when I had hair) it was extremely curly. I wish we had actually learnt a musical instrument at school rather than playing Madness on 45RPM. I love to use my hands, generally constructing something on the house. Was in a previous life a decent (no bragging here) squash player and more recently resurrected my drumming career.
How did you become involved in the station?
Their people asked my people and shook hands on it. Actually, I listened most hours of the day, donated and took out a subscription, volunteered at Radiothon and my wife said it’s about time you had a go at presenting.
What is the best thing about being involved in the station?
I get to appreciate more & more each day about all kinds of music. Everyone is so nice and extremely knowledgeable and helpful. You couldn’t meet a nicer group of people.
What is the strangest thing that has happened to you at RTRFM?
Nothing to weird yet. However, I did Radiothon last year and Stuart MacLeod was GM then. I had to resist the urge for a selfie with him. Eskimo Joe were the first WA band that I ever saw.
If you could present a show other than your own, which would it be and why?
Homegrown because I love local music with a passion. I would also like to get to present Drivetime just to make peoples journey home a bit more exciting.
What do you do in real life?
My real life is going for a coffee, gigs and eating out with my wife and our beautiful Labrador Huon. The rest is just what I have to do.