25 Million plus album sales and a pedigree of hits as long as your arm. Andy Bell has certainly been read more
Another visitor from local podiatrist Neil McAllister from Kinetic Podiatry joining Mike in the studio to discuss common feet problems read more
After steering his team to nominations at the Essex Business Awards and personally being a finalist at the Brentwood Business read more
Colin Wade came in to chat about Wakes, Weddings and Bar Mitzvahs.
Second visit for Neil McAllister from Kinetic Podiatry into the studio to talk to Mike all about it feet and read more
Mike was delighted to welcome Paul Wood into the studio to talk about a new book that has been recently launched.
At Phoenix we always love to encourage new artists and today we were delighted to welcome the lovely Rachel who read more
Last January the lovely Harry came into the studio to sing live and chat about her musical future. Six months read more
The Olympic medallist and squat thrust dynamo paid Phoenix FM a visit.
Lasse Risberg and Micke Nilsson chatted about their career and played live in the studio.
Set in 1910, this is the simple yet evocative story of one family’s fight for physical and moral survival in read more
Matthew Sweetapple and Mark Halls called in to Phoenix to talk about the 5k Charity race being organised in Raphaels read more
Always keen to promote young talent Mike was delighted to welcome this charming young lady into the studio to play read more
Local singer chats on One 2 Three with Mike Jones
Mike was delighted to welcome Neil McAllister from Kinetic Podiatry who came in to talk about problems you may be read more
Shenfield Operatic latest production is Betty Blue Eyes. Sue Gunn and leading actors Alli and Kate popped in for a read more
Brentwood Operatic are on stage next week at the Brentwood Theatre performing the much loved Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Actors Alli read more
Bit of a Dickensian theme this week on Mike’s 123. Firstly Queens Theatre are presenting “Fagins Twist ” which gives read more
Mike Jones chatted to Ian Anderson about his 50 years in music.
John Rayment decided to take his redundancy money buy a good pair of shoes and set off around the coast read more