Steven Medlin RMB
An ex Royal Marine and holiday camp DJ, loves all types of music, born in Cornwall, UK.
Has a great love for pasties and likes a good rant. Main thing in life is the wife, kids and Plymouth Argyle.
PS: Loves to wind everyone up.
Support Worker specialising in Learning Disabilities and Autism.
Former Wedding/Corporate DJ and Karaoke Compere and Publican.
Born in Denmark, lived in Singapore, the UK and Germany as a forces kid.
Settled briefly in Gillingham and still supports Gillingham FC.
Moved to Saltash in 2006 and have finally put his roots down.
Passionate about music, especially Rock and Heavy Metal, but enjoys all older music that triggers great memories.
Currently promoting new bands that play rock influenced by the bands of the 70's and 80's.
Loves going to live gigs.
Purveyor of quality jokes.
Lives on the moors in Devon
I don’t care if you put the jam on top of the cream or the cream under the jam.
Presents “Pirate Dayz” looking back to the days of pirate radio.
(Yes it is spelt with a Z).
George is the young trending kid with up to date songs and facts. He loves to talk even when it starts to bore other people but will try his hardest to make you laugh.
We.Are.Alien - Music Composer, Exhibiting Artist, 3 x Guinness World Record Holder, Radio Presenter, Session Drummer, Mental Health Advocate, Survivor Of Suicide, Performer, Poet, Proud to be part of the LGBTQ+ family, Proud Autistic Woman, an avid Volunteer, who enjoys extreme sports and Bucket List A'ventures to name a few! Always up for something thrilling, get in touch @wearealienband.
Hi my name is Mike Tracey born and bred in Plymouth. I am an ex Royal Navy veteran having served 8 years. One year serving in Submarines onboard HMSM Repulse a ballistic nuclear Sub. Then the rest of my service on ships HMS Hermes for the Falklands Conflict then HMS Ambuscade , and finally from build HMS Cornwall which was commissioned by Princess Diana. On leaving the Royal Navy in 1990 I have had a variety of jobs including Hotel Porter, Barman, Restaurant manager, sales assistant, bus driver, delivery driver, making me a sort of jack of all trades but a master of none. At present I work full time as a Campus Support Assistant with the University of Plymouth. I have 2 dogs and keep freshwater tropical fish. My favourite sport is swimming, my favourite band of all time is The Electric Light Orchestra and I love 80s music. I love being a presenter with Ferndale Community Radio and getting to play all my favourite music and mixing with all the other presenters which makes for a real family atmosphere.
Andrew Hill: Has been involved in presenting radio programmes for almost 40 years and previously managed a successful long-term RSL station for 12 years. Andrew was born in Plymouth and was the Stannator of Plympton in 2017/18 ( a role similar to a town mayor). He has an eclectic taste in music, including songs originating from the South West. Outside of radio Andrew has a keen interest in vintage buses and personalised vehicle registration numbers.
I am passionate about all types of music but love Oasis and I am into my football and I like various literature. I also like Star Trek.
I was Born To Be Wild in 1964. `Music was my first love and it will be my last`. My Papa Was A Rollin` Stone and Mother (Of Mine) is a Black Country Woman. Growing Up, I was Football (and Girl!) Crazy. I`m a season ticket holder for Plymouth Argyle matches and I`ve also been a spectator at seven World Cup tournaments, including Japan. I`ve had many different jobs including barman, storeman, administrator, grape picker in France, Shop Assistant(s), Toiler On The Sea, roadie for rock band Diamond Head and even worked at Sea World in San Diego. I Travel, I can recommend you `take a lift to the top of the Empire State, take a drive across the Golden Gate`. I love live music, I`ve been to many festivals and attended hundreds of live gigs. `Riding down the highway, going to a show` - That’s Entertainment. After `standing in the dock at Southampton` and getting Nowhere Fast, I had to Go West to marry one of the Sweet Ladies Of Plymouth. Radio, Radio is back in Fashion and hopefully, Back For Good. As for my shows, I’m Easy on a Sunday morning, I play Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll on a Monday, Monday. Let Me Entertain You!
Hi I’m “the diva “ Tracey Ann I’m from Plymouth and 51 years young I have worked In Several different sectors including estate agents and also a theatre nurse in Derriford hospital .. I have 3 grown children and enjoy karaoke and nights out.. I love being on FCR it’s a fabulous radio station and fabulous friendly bunch of presenters I love request on my show and play dean Martin to Dua Lipa my favourite type of music is Motown and dance but still enjoy any type of music with a beat… join me and request a song and I’ll be dancing round the studio when it’s played, see you soon •Diva by name .. •Diva by nature.. but a lively , lovely local girl.. that’s me .. Tracey Ann xx
A born and bred Janner ( Plymothian ) girl and ex-dockyard worker.
I have been a rock chick for as long as I can remember. I have very eclectic musical tastes, Andy Williams sits alongside Cory Taylor on my playlists, I love interviewing people in the local area and finding out about what they do, so please get in touch if you'd like to be featured.
Born and bred in Plymouth and is FCR’s very own Soul man.
Massive music fan especially Indie and Northern Soul but is very open to all genres.
Craig is also a Manchester United fan and likes a lot of other sports Craig also enjoys Martial Arts and trains regularly in Aikido.
Sandra has her own time zone appearing to everyone else as being late but actually all it really is that she has tapped into the Devon Ambrosia time warp! No matter much life Sandra has lived in her many re-incarnations from girl, student, woman, executive, mother, seeker of life true answers, radio presenter; Sandra’s mind and thoughts are a random mystery to most but quite plain and clear to her!
Although not from this planet Sandra has a keen interest in time travel, she was born in 645BC on the planet ZOOP ALPA 20, and she has webbed hands and feet, 8 foot tall and weighing in at 3 stone but looks great in a dress.
Chris C Whyte
Hi I'm Chris and I've been a chef for 20 years, working at various top restaurants in Plymouth as well as working for the Navy and cooking for members of the Royal Family and MP's.
I'm a keen Basketball and football fan following my local teams Plymouth Argyle FC and Plymouth City Patriots.
I love doing my radio show here at FCR.
Nicholas Mark Ross
Hi, I’m Nicholas Ross, I have lived in Plymouth all my life. I currently work in retail, and have worked in varieties of retail all my working life. I live with my partner and our cat. I have and eclectic taste in music and was born in the 80’s, so 80’s and 90s are my speciality. I am quite discerning with my music tastes, I either like it or I don’t, there’s no room for maybe. I really enjoy being able to share my music tastes and what’s on in Plymouth at Ferndale Community Radio.
I have lived in Plymouth all my life and find it really has much to offer. Interesting information about me I wrote and publish poetry. I wrote a complete book in lockdown yet to publish.
I love going on holiday and getting lost and exploring different cultural lifestyles.
I was a presenter at a previous Radio in Plymouth and it was and is a learning curve. I love Ferndale Community Radio and I have great passion for Radio.
I took up meditation in lockdown and community radio and that kept my wellness healthy while the pandemic was effecting our world and lives all over the world.
I love having a show close to the weekend as we all need to dance and be free again. My goal is too make a podcast on wellness or meditation and continue to learning my craft at radio presentation.
Wrokdown was the brainchild of producer Anita Monk, who with the help of much loved Australian singer Wendy Stapleton, brought all the well known Australian artists, DJs, producers and managers to our TV screen. This not only provided a wealth of information about their beginnings and how they got to be stars, but also a platform for promoting any new gigs or songs. And from that, Wrokdown radio began, playing the best new songs from Australia and beyond.
Anita believes that Australian songwriters are world class, but they get very little support from the media. Having her own show now on FCR means that these wonderful songs now get a bigger, much deserved audience.
Johnny H been a hairdresser for 30 years also a complex support worker. Grew up in Plymouth. Spent stints in Liverpool and Cardiff but a home bird who loves Plymouth. Loves a request show with plenty of laughs and banter . Eclectic is the word of the day.
Born in Devonport, grew up in Tavistock, moved back to Crownhill (or Knackers Knowle as it was known in the 18th and 19th centuries) - am enjoying a varied (well mainly computer and camera driven) life - have come back to radio after 30 years - from Plymouth Sound, and currently present two shows a week - I have (according to Mr Medlin) the front and back of a 1968 Rover 3½ Litre in my garage - no-one has seen the middle.