One of the big concerns over the last few months has been the effect of what lockdown is doing to our mental health and wellbeing.
Cultura Brazil is Phoenix FM’s show for the Brazilian community in Essex.
We’re slowly starting to allow live guests back into the Phoenix FM studio – at a two metre distance, of course!
Our breakfast show presenter Antonia Jones has celebrated five years of early mornings with Phoenix FM …
Spencer Carter chatted to Essex businesswoman Ria Cooper, who manages a Facebook group called “A Random Act Of Kindness UK”.
… this might be the first time I’ve written about my own radio show!
Many people will remember Stuart Pearce for his long career in club and international football …
Nadia’s most recent guest was musical theatre star Lucie Jones who appeared on the X Factor in 2009.
Lockdown hasn’t provided us with all downsides – it’s also tempted one or two people out of radio retirement too.
COVID-19 has had a devastating affect on everyone including our local musicians unable to play live gigs.
We’ve taken the opportunity to increase the number of specialist music shows on the station.
More and more of our shows are featuring live interviews with local people talking about their experiences.
It’s a very challenging time for all of us at the moment but it’s particularly complicated for Phoenix FM as we seek to keep running as much of a “normal” service as possible.
Paul Golder writes for the Brentwood Gazette Our Sunday morning presenter Jon Good also runs an Open Mic Night every read more
We were joined in the studio this week by Alex Gibson and Andrew Cappaert who came in to talk about Challenging MND.
Every 90 minutes – the length of a football match – a baby dies shortly before, during or soon after birth.
Community radio is a great way of featuring people and music that wouldn’t get a look in on commercial radio.
Blank Generation is a new show focusing on punk music from 1976 to 1980.
We’ve always had a big variety of ages among our presenters on Phoenix FM and that variety has just got wider.
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.