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Steve Robertson

Essex born and bred, I have been a radio listener for as long as I recall.

I have been presenting radio shows since I was sixteen - well over thirty years ago!

I've been a member of Phoenix FM since June 2008 and initially joined as presenter of the sport show. A fan of most sports, I am a big fan of motorsports and I can think of nothing better than spending a weekend at Brands Hatch or Snetterton for great racing up close.

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Recent posts from Steve



Standon Calling 2019: Ronnie Joice & Ethan Owen

At this year’s Standon Calling, Steve Robertson spoke to two of the DJs at the festival, Ronnie Joice and Ethan Owen.



Standon Calling 2019: Mudlarks

This year at Standon Calling we caught-up with Vic from local charity Mudlarks.



Standon Calling 2019: Laurel

Prior to her Standon Calling debut, Steve Robertson had the chance to chat to Hampshire singer/songwriter/producer Laurel.



Standon Calling 2019: Emma McGrath

We caught up with Hertfordshire singer-songwriter Emma McGrath, three years after we first spoke to the teenager at Standon Calling.



Standon Calling 2019: Meggie Brown

Prior to her set on the Laundry Meadows stage, Steve Robertson spoke to Meggie Brown.



Author Helen Callaghan Visits Phoenix FM

Sunday Times bestselling Author Helen Callaghan spoke to Steve Robertson about Dear Amy and Everything is Lies.



RiZE Festival 2018: Tom Walker

Steve caught up with the singer-songwriter just prior to his last UK tour date before travelling to the US for the rest of August.



RiZE Festival 2018: Example

Superstar DJ chats to Steve Robertson before his headline set at RiZE in Chelmsford.



RiZE Festival 2018: Bad Sounds

Steve chatted to Ewan and Callum from the west-country band a day after their debut album release.



RiZE Festival 2018: Nick J.D. Hodgson

The former Kaiser Chiefs drummer spoke to Steve about his first solo album and his songwriting work since leaving the Leeds band.



RiZE Festival 2018: Samantha Harvey

Internet sensation Sam chats to Steve Robertson about her musical live online and playing at festivals.



RiZE Festival 2018: Catherine McGrath

Country singer Catherine chats to Steve Robertson about her music and new album Talk Of This Town.



RiZE Festival 2018: Brand New Friend

Young Belfast band chat to Steve Robertson about their new album and what it’s like to be Brand New Friend.



Standon Calling 2018: Mudlarks

A charity local to Standon, Mudlarks were at this year’s festival and we spoke to Vic, the MD of the charity.



Standon Calling 2018: War Child

We spoke to Sophie from the charity War Child in the Child Friendly Space at this year’s festival.



Standon Calling 2018: Earl Okin

Steve Robertson spoke to Earl Okin, fresh from his opening set on the Laundry Meadows stage on Thursday evening.



Latitude 2018: Songshack

SongShack is giving everyone at Latitude Festival the chance to record their own single.



Latitude 2018: Push Things Forward

Three of the UK’s most exciting theatre companies join forces in the Faraway Forest for a weekend of off-the-cuff storytelling, singing and dancing.



Latitude 2018: Performance Interpreting

Performance Interpreting provides British Sign Language Interpreters to music and entertainment venues across the UK.



Latitude 2018: Max Reinhardt

With added acrobats!

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