Shaun’s voice is a familiar one to listeners of local radio in the Staffordshire area, as well as to listeners to international shortwave radio around Europe and beyond.
Shaun presented his first show in 1982, and by the mid 80’s had become a well known voice on international radio. In 1985 he joined Hospital Radio Stafford, He spent 10 years as Press and Publicity Officer, and has also served as Assistant Station Manager. During this time Shaun has presented many different programmes,
Shaun is well known to Staffordshire radio listeners through his many appearances on restricted service licence (RSL) FM stations. He has over the past few years been a regular presenter on Stone FM, Stafford FM, Chase FM (Cannock), Smart Radio (Stone and Stafford), County Show Radio, and Stafford Radio (later renamed Windmill Radio) which broadcast from the historic 220 year old Broad Eye Windmill in Stafford. and has worked alongside some of the most well known names in broadcasting in the Midlands. Shaun is perhaps best known for being the regular presenter of the Friday Night Classic Rock Show and the Sunday Breakfast Show on several of the above stations, and has also presented a variety of other programmes including Showtime (Stone FM and Chase FM), The 80's Weekender (Stafford FM)and many others.
Shaun's voice is still regularly heard on international shortwave radio stations, broadcast through high powered transmitters across Europe, and on the internet. These programmes are of a different nature to his normal shows, being aimed at radio enthusiasts, with a combination of radio chat, classic and modern progressive rock. Details of forthcoming broadcasts are normally posted on his Facebook page.
THE PROG MILL
Since December 2011 Shaun has been presenting the popular weekly progressive rock show THE PROG MILL. The show started on Stafford Radio, broadcasting from the iconic Broad Eye Windmill in Stafford, the station re-branded in 2015 as Windmill Radio. The show quickly built up a large worldwide online audience. In April 2016 Windmill Radio closed, so a new home for The Prog Mill was needed. After considering several offers from different radio stations, The Prog Mill moved to its new home at PROGZILLA RADIO. The UK's largest dedicated progressive rock radio station. The Prog Mill has kept its traditional time slot of 10pm to midnight (UK time) on Sunday nights, and can be heard online at www.progzilla.com or via the tune-in app (search for Progzilla Radio). A podcast of the show is available to listen to any time within a couple of days of the original broadcast (via the Progzilla website). It is also repeated twice on Tuesdays at 0300-0500 UK time (for listeners in North America) and again at 2300-0100 UK time, and again on Saturdays between 1800-2000 UK time. The Prog Mill plays a mix of classic and new symphonic and melodic progressive rock, and helps a lot of new artists and bands, trying to make their way in the competitive world of music, to gain more popularity through airplay on the show.
You can contact The Prog Mill via email: email@example.com, twitter @shaunontheair or facebook: www.facebook.com/theprogmill
Shaun is often available for extra radio work, either as part of the radio station’s regular programming or he can also offer the following specialist programmes either live or pre-recorded:
THE CLASSIC ROCK SHOW – The best of classic and progressive rock featuring music from bands such as Genesis, Pink Floyd, Yes, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Supertramp etc, along with competitions and news of gigs coming up in the forthcoming weeks and months at both local and mainstream venues.
PROGRESSIVE ROCK SHOW - featuring the amazing music of classic prog bands, to new and recent bands such as Magenta, Mostly Autumn, Big Big Train, Pendragon etc.
A selection of some of the radio stations Shaun has presented shows for in recent years
Shaun is also available for voiceover work for events, radio promotions and advertisements. He recently provided the voiceovers for the awards ceremony at the Staffordshire Volunteer Awards run by Staffordshire County Council and has produced promos and advertisements for a local community radio station.
I also have a home based recording show which I used for production work for Hospital Radio and also for recording programmes for other radio stations. I have recently upgraded the mixer and microphone. The studio is now fully equipped to produce high quality standard of programming for any radio station.
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