Carrie works part time at Newton Press and also with her boyfriend as a photographer for weddings, portraits, family shoots etc. Carrie has a 4 year old son called Sebastian and is also the daughter of the station manager, Paul Howarth. Carrie will be co-presenting the Community Connect show every Wednesday from 5.00 to 6.30pm. […]
Joey Collins will present a weekly show called “The Independent Music Show”. It will incorporate music from up and coming and established acts. That includes either under played or needs re listening and is outside mainstream pop. Tune in every Wednesday from 6.30pm to 8pm on Aycliffe Radio
Alan is an old pro and will present the “Yesterdays Music Today” show on a Sunday morning between 10.00am and 11.00am. Tune in to listen to Alan present the Crooners, Big Band Sound and classic jazz from the 1930s to 1960s.
Jack Hall was with the station when we first launched in December 2017, since he has work and family commitments which have kept him busy. Jack missed the live broadcasting with Aycliffe Radio and returns to perform a live show every Saturday from 12noon to 2.00pm with an an eclectic mix of music called “Moderation”. […]
Darren is an Aycliffe lad currently living in Darlington. He is a singer songwriter who was formally in the band Ordinary Affair and Kent Collective but now sings solo. Darren has been playing guitar since he was 16 years old. He plays a variety of instruments and also produces. He has performed over the years […]
Andy is from Newton Aycliffe and is currently a chef who loves to cook and ride his motorbike. He has completed podcasts in the past, so is not shy at all. He has a great passion for music and will be bringing you all the latest music to keep you entertained!!!! Andy is our new […]
I will be representing the “younger generation” . . . bringing you all the latest new releases by your favourite artistes. My show will be called “Teenage Tunes” and I hope you will join me on Aycliffe Radio every Monday from 5.00pm to 6.00pm.
Hi, I’m Graham and I’m happy to be a member of the Aycliffe Radio team. Born and bred in Barnard Castle, I moved to Darlington in 2018 where I spent my days listening to music, walking my dog and being bossed around by my wife and two young children. In my spare time I’m a […]
Hello there I’m Richard Smith, a former member of both Nottingham Hospitals Radio (NHR) and Radio Robin (Ilkeston Community Hospital Radio), with more than 30 years of programming, broadcasting and station management experience. Since the summer of 2004, I’ve been producing programmes from a purpose-built studio at home with an ever-growing library of 36,000+ pieces […]
Born and raised in Bolton, Sean has lived in Aycliffe since 2010, after meeting his wife, Kate, at Durham University. Sean has a long held passion for music and sport and will be combining the two on his Saturday brunch show. Sean is a rugby league anorak, supporting Wigan Warriors. He runs a web based […]
Paul has been an Aycliffe resident most of his life. He attended the Avenue Comprehensive that now houses Tesco and studied Performing Arts at New College, Durham. He discovered a knack for entertainment in his teens and took up singing, eventually becoming a soloist around the local pubs. He has auditioned for various TV shows […]
John D Clare (MA Oxon) is Durham County Council Support Cabinet member for Economy and Regeneration. He started his career teaching children with brain damage in an inner city Special Education unit, but went as Head of History in 1979 to Greenfield School, where he eventually became Deputy Headteacher, retiring in 2010. Described in Teaching History as ‘the best […]