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In The Papers



Ella, 13, is the youngest ever presenter of a regular show

We’ve always had a big variety of ages among our presenters on Phoenix FM and that variety has just got wider.



104-year-old Greta regaled us with tales and lessons from her long life

It was a pleasure to visit one of our favourite listeners – 104-year-old Greta Brandler, who lives at the Beeches Care Home in Brentwood.



Giving people a unique chance to perform …

We welcomed Darren Lord and Rachael Taylor from local theatre company 1640 Theatre Productions into the Phoenix FM studio this week.



Natasha and Moira help us to remember the horrors of Holocaust

Michelle Ward was joined in the studio last week by Natasha Radford and Moira Dare-Edwards.



Artistic endeavours put in the spotlight on new show

Phoenix FM’s new arts programme on Sunday afternoons continues to have a steady stream of local guests.



Both sides of debate over future of playing fields have their say

Everyone’s finally back to work after the New Year …



Local artists we’re tipping for the top

We’ve managed to come up with our own list of musicians who you should really check out.



Deep breath – let’s get the Christmas party going

The Christmas period is particularly busy for me, as all my scheduling plans are laid waste by our presenters’ Christmas plans …



Rob and Claire are taking station’s arts coverage to whole new level

We’ve significantly upped our arts output with the creation of a new show.



New presenter helping listeners to be the best version of themselves

We’re always looking for new presenters on Phoenix FM who understand community radio and the help that it can bring to people.



Father and son double act are a fixture on the pantomime scene

Ben takes a break as he heads off to Pantoland



Legend set to meet runners raising cash for hospice in festive event

We welcomed Chris Franklin and Jules Knowler from Saint Francis Hospice into the studio to talk about Frankie’s Festive Fun Run.



Finding out how we can make life a little better for rough sleepers

Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette Essex charity Cool To Be Kind came down to our studios last week read more



Julie gives us the low-down on exhibition by art society

We welcomed Julie Gowers from the Brentwood Art Society into the studio last week to chat about the society and its annual exhibition.



Five-piece girl group Calyco tell us about their journey into pop world

We welcomed local band Calyco to the studio last weekend – a brand new 5 piece girl band on to the show.



It was Finn-tastic to welcome young Grandmother Corn to the studio

We managed to tick Finland off the list last week with a visit from Helsinki band Grandmother Corn.



The day we crammed 16 cubs into the studio to appear on Ben’s show

We may only have a small studio at Phoenix FM but we can still cram plenty of people in it!



Helping our businesses to reduce carbon emissions

We’re always looking to help local businesses save money and save the environment too – why wouldn’t you want to do both?



Still hitting the right note – after years in the limelight

If I had realised that I was able to meet and interview my musical heroes …



Smiling DJ is one-man Boston Dee party

It’s not often we get someone who’s travelled all the way over from Boston, but we did this week.

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