Rob Harvey

I've been involved in broadcasting as a presenter or producer since 1989, on Restricted Service Licence stations and hospital radio through to a few other independent radio stations.

I have been on air with Phoenix FM since October 2009 and currently present Synth City, a weekly show which specialises in electronic music but without being a traditional specialist show - think of music like Depeche Mode and Chvrches presented in a light-hearted "breakfast show" fun style.

When I'm not at Phoenix FM I provide specialist event DJ support and freelance radio production services.

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Recent posts from Rob

Synth City: Seven of none

This little radio show is all about keeping a healthy distance; between your ear bits, but is not easy as read more

Synth City: Got an office homelife

After fully working from home since March this year, the lines are starting to blur in the work and home read more

Synth City: Sup up September

Ah the joy of a bright and shiny new month, well Summer is done and it now back to school read more

Synth City: There’s a light that never goes out

It’s almost funny, the up’s and down of the last few months or so has given you hope and then read more

Synth City:We can’t work it out

Well done to all, for weathered recent the heatwave and now we are to get all aquatic with heavy rain, read more

Synth City: Melting the nights away

Sweltering away at our working from home desks this week already and of course, had things been different in our read more

Synth City: August will take it away

Good to see our amazing weirdly wonderful UK weather is helping us stary confused, with baking hot and cold moments, read more

Synth City: Mid summer madness

Wow, we are rolling along or crawling to some degree, to the end of yet another month and it’s almost read more

Synth City: Confuse with the nation

Last week I had the barefaced cheek to have a week of annual leave after 9 months in my new read more

Synth City: DIY at your peril

With all this time at home, we have all this extra time on our hands and supposedly we are learning read more

Synth City: Get out there

A new month and new measures in our worlds to think on, as we strive to get back to what read more

Synth City: The force is a metre strong

The last show of the spacious life of the month of June, the peak of summer; not that we know read more

Synth City: Drive by Gigs

Weather is lovely and it is becoming, what we call a British summer, to a degree- too hot, so the read more

Synth City: Easy as a social bubble

You know, with all the talk of social bubbles, statue hassling and our weather rolling up and down, it enough read more

Synth City: Terrific and June

Seems like it is the weirdest year so far and June is sitting well with it, especially today when my read more

Synth City: Five alive oh

You should never draw peoples attention to something important and then not have anything planned, like. This Show was launched read more

Synth City: Maybe it is good

Well, is it is the last show of the month of May and we are getting closer to what we read more

Synth City: Lift-up and be you

So much advice these days to take in, all I know is listen to your heart because my mind is read more

Synth City: The Hairy Bear bunch

As we stroll on into May, bedraggled and for some like some form of animated cartoons with big hair- A read more

Synth City: May it all stop now

Oh will you look at us, we are in a new month and it is the one which was used read more

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