Phoenix FM has been regularly featuring news and stories from people in our community dedicated to improving mental health.
Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette We welcomed back a former presenter this week who has been going up read more
We have some amazing guests visit the studio here at Phoenix FM and a lot of them usually turn up on Friday evenings!
We had a very interesting guest in the studio last week in the form of Phil Roberts from the local branch of the Christian Motorcyclists Association.
Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette We feature a lot of different sports in our programming on Phoenix FM read more
The Rotary Club of Billericay’s Soapbox Derby will return to Billericay on our next bank holiday, Monday 6th May.
Nick Field has recently celebrated 600 weekly editions of his popular “Curveballs” music show and it’s still going strong!
We’re always looking for talented musicians that don’t get airtime on other radio stations.
We welcomed Helen Arber, Fiona Reeder and Jodie Bowen to the studio to talk about their current charity project.
Karin Ridgers presented a special programme last week celebrating some very talented young people from our community.
We were joined by Megan Bailey in the studio last week to talk about the Race For Life taking place in Brentwood on May 25.
Sometimes it’s good to hear some of the old hands on air too.
International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world on March 8 every year.
One of our great passions on Phoenix FM is the commitment we give to mental health issues, both locally and nationally.
We’re still on a mission at Phoenix FM to get as much live music in as possible of all genres.
We’ve always been great lovers of sport on Phoenix FM as it’s an amazing way for people to connect with their local community.
We’ve been going through a few personnel changes at Phoenix FM over the last few weeks
We’re currently expanding our team at Phoenix FM with a series of new shows and presenters.
We recently said goodbye to Chris Hood but luckily we have a team of new presenters ready to take the reins of The Orient Hour.
We turned up the amps to 11 last week in the studio in honour of a visit from Paul Day and Steve “Loopy” Newhouse.