We’re continuing to highlight events and celebrations which don’t always get national media coverage.
The longer that lockdown goes on, the more issues it carries for local and national charities.
It’s been really difficult to recruit and train new presenters during lockdown …
One of the things we’ve really been missing over the last twelve months has been live performances from local bands.
Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette Over the last few months of lockdowns and restrictions we’ve had the opportunity read more
We had a great guest on Phoenix FM last week in the shape of Steve Kipner …
I wanted to take the opportunity this week to introduce the new boy to the Phoenix FM – Ian Cash.
There’s no shortage of interesting people we’ve been chatting to, to tell us about their stories.
Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette I’ve been looking back on the station’s performance and been trawling though a read more
Even though it’s the holiday season we’re always on the lookout for new shows …
We’re saying goodbye – sort of – to one of our long-standing presenters, Antonia Jones.
Phoenix FM has currently got a full schedule of 17 hours of original programming every day from 7am to midnight …
… and The Orient Hour hits a milestone, too
We had a soap legend in the studio at the weekend with a visit from John Altman, otherwise known as Nasty Nick from Eastenders.
We’ve staged, reported or publicised countless shows at the Hermit since we started broadcasting in 1996.
I think we can all agree that 2020 hasn’t been the best of years for all of us but there’s never a dull moment either.
We’ve had a few people come and go to the station’s large roster of presenters recently.
Some of our presenters on Phoenix FM are clearly men and women of many talents …
One of our celebrity presenters hit a milestone at the weekend …
I managed to chat to an amazing musician last week for a special Phoenix FM show.