We’ve got a very laid back Sunday afternoon every week on air with a regular weekly show from jazz musician Keith Ball.
Ahead of their UK arena tour, we caught up with Andy McCluskey of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark for a chat on Drive.
We’re always trying to feature the art world from a local perspective.
You know that things are slowly getting back to normal when live music starts flowing back into your life again!
Our weekly cricket show 98 Not Out now has 110 episodes under its belt but there’s no sign of letting up with the big names.
Phoenix FM started as a collection of music lovers looking at local – and slightly less local – events.
It’s always great to feature new local initiatives that may be of interest to our community – the more we get on air, the better.
There is still no shortage of great guests willing to come in and chat to our listeners.
Every now and then I forget that I’m running a community radio station and indulge myself …
We’ve been gearing up for the launch of this year’s Brentwood Art Trail with a number of features and interviews on air with local artists.
It now appears we’ve now got not just one but two published poets on the station …
One of our favourite subjects on Phoenix FM is definitely Essex …
After a year of almost complete stability it’s all change on the Phoenix FM schedule again.
Georgia Frampton spoke to Neil Taylor, co-creator of the fast-growing Facebook group “Hammers for Work and Support”.
This month we’ve bagged a couple of Scottish superstars.
Stewart Pink recently featured a fascinating in-depth interview with classical composer Anne Chmelewsky.
We’ve been helping to publicise the Daily Bread Cafe, a fantastic initiative from St Peters Church in Hutton.
It’s great to be slowly and carefully welcoming live guests back on the radio again …
We had a great guest on our regular Saturday afternoon sport last week in the shape of former footballer Anton Ferdinand.
One current and one former Phoenix FM presenter hit the bookshelves last week …