After 14 years we’ve finally had a major upgrade and clearout in the studio and invested in new equipment and furniture.
Phoenix FM presenters were entertaining the masses – virtually this time – last week …
Billericay resident Margaret Mills is an adult education history and literature tutor who first got in touch with us in 2014 to ask if she could do some bits and pieces on air with us.
Thankfully we’re starting to get more and more live guests back in the Phoenix FM studio while the current restrictions ease …
We’ve launched a brand new business show on Phoenix FM this week – The Owl Hour with Sophie Newbould.
Every now and then we manage to get some fantastic names to appear on Phoenix FM …
We had a very special tribute show to a highly influential musician that you may never have heard of – Tim Smith.
The football season is finally coming to an end but clubs are thinking about their future plans already.
We had a very interesting interview on air with a local schoolgirl, Keona Maduforo, and her mother Uju.
As I write this the cricket season has restarted and England have already lost several wickets to the West Indies …
The major non-coronavirus news story this year has to be the increasing racial tensions in many parts of the world.
One of the big concerns over the last few months has been the effect of what lockdown is doing to our mental health and wellbeing.
Cultura Brazil is Phoenix FM’s show for the Brazilian community in Essex.
We’re slowly starting to allow live guests back into the Phoenix FM studio – at a two metre distance, of course!
Our breakfast show presenter Antonia Jones has celebrated five years of early mornings with Phoenix FM …
Spencer Carter chatted to Essex businesswoman Ria Cooper, who manages a Facebook group called “A Random Act Of Kindness UK”.
… this might be the first time I’ve written about my own radio show!
Many people will remember Stuart Pearce for his long career in club and international football …
Nadia’s most recent guest was musical theatre star Lucie Jones who appeared on the X Factor in 2009.
Lockdown hasn’t provided us with all downsides – it’s also tempted one or two people out of radio retirement too.