Commercial radio isn’t interested in the vibrant arts scene present all over the country at a local level – but it’s an important part of what we do
At Phoenix FM we’re always busy trying to develop as many interesting radio shows as possible, with every music genre you can think of and lots of spoken word content too.
Many of the artists we’ve featured while unsigned have gone on to bigger and better things …
Christmas is always a challenging time for us at Phoenix FM …
The best thing for me about community radio is that we’re not constrained by formats and playlists in the same way that commercial radio is.
The concern about mental health issues is something that we regularly highlight on air.
We’re always doing a lot of work to promote Saint Francis Hospice’s fundraising …
Michelle Ward hosted a wonderful live performance from Paul and Collin, alternatively known as Shades Of Simon.
We’ve been getting more and more involved with our local football club, Brentwood Town FC, over the last couple of years.
We don’t have any particular plans for world domination laid out …
More men needed in Billericay!
Stewart Pink caught up with Hutton singer/songwriter Sophie Griffiths for a chat about her latest single, Home.
One of the great things about community radio is the diversity of subjects that we broadcast, and the number of local people who come in to talk …
We’ve been celebrating National Poetry Day on Phoenix FM, which took place on Thursday 7th October.
Brentwood Mutual Aid continue to sees demand from elderly and vulnerable residents in our community needing assistance.
Now that concerts and events are finally back again, Phoenix FM are also out and about putting on shows …
We’ve welcomed one of our old presenters back to Phoenix FM this week for a new stint of shows.
Everyone at Phoenix FM is delighted to see one of our longest-running presenters pick up a Civic Award.
We’ve got a very laid back Sunday afternoon every week on air with a regular weekly show from jazz musician Keith Ball.
Ahead of their UK arena tour, we caught up with Andy McCluskey of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark for a chat on Drive.