We are looking for very committed, passionate and experienced presenters to come on board and bring enthusiasm, energy and a great show. We ask that you have suitable equipment and software and know how to use it to get the best from it. You must have your own legally bought music for your shows. We need to hear at least 30 minutes of you presenting your show and detail your show and radio experience. We require your show to be recorded for Chief Radio and not a show that has aired on any other station. We will supply you with jingles, adverts and voiceovers to tailor you show specifically to Chief Radio. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Kirsty will do various shows on Chief Radio but every weekday morning she will attempt to wake you up. She has been a singer, musician, songwriter all her life and worked as a DJ at weddings and clubs for around 5 years. Her musical taste is pop, acoustic, country and loves a 4 on the floor. Texas, Clean Bandit, Neil Diamond, Lionel Ritchie, Kasey Musgraves. Our Rock the Carehomes show is the most popular show so far. It has nothing but 50s and 60s songs and our aim is to donate as many Alexa speakers as possible to Scottish Carehomes. Chief's Briefs is where Kirsty talks to a 'Person of interest' with their choices of tunes.
In Scotland, we have an official chart, nobody plays it. We do on a Sunday afternoon from 15.00. The songs that Scotland buys to make up it's top 40.
I am the drummer for Sing in the City, Hanley and the Baird, and Steal
the Sun and I am the station Manager and DJ for Chief Radio. I think it’s really exciting that Kirsty
started Chief Radio and love being involved.
My biggest music influences: Blondie, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder
Programs - Late morning weekday, Scottish artists
I am a musician, designer, huge F1 fan and proud of Scotland. I have been extremely fortunate to work with some really cool ‘A’ list musicians over the years and realise everyone’s just human… some more than others! I’ve played all across the UK and abroad but always love returning to my native country. Being a DJ in a nightclub is very different to radio, but for me music is the soul of life. It touches us all emotionally in one way or another. I’m chilled with a sense of adventure. Follow your heart
known Chief Kirsty for 8 years now and I am delighted to be a part of the Chief
Radio team. I was brought up on music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s as
well as a strong link to the Scottish folk music scene. The first live gig I
ever went to was The Corries I love the folk/rock
festival scene having attended many across the years which solidified my liking
for artists such as The Saw Doctors, North Sea Gas, Dougie MacLean, Deacon Blue
and in more recent times Tidelines. I also took my casual interest in
Eurovision to a whole new level in 2008 when I attended 7 live contests
Jules moved to Edinburgh two years ago and has recently graduated from the University of Edinburgh. Having spent the last seven years of her life swimming at an international level, she now hopes to pursue a career in music and radio. Although a lover of all genres and artists, funk and disco hold a special place in her heart. Her other interests include making crumble, solo dance parties, her dogs Coda and Maya, and telling people why chicken has no place on a pizza.
I work as an air traffic control consultant having been an operational
controller for many years. I travel around the world (normally) working
on projects at airports to increase their capacity.Musically, I have played the guitar for many years for pleasure but
occasionally venturing out to the odd jam night or open mic night in
Edinburgh. I have a small home studio and enjoy recording my own music,
mainly blues and rock.I also enjoy photography, with an interest in fine art pictures of
Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as abstract work.
Lewis Harrower is a MA radio graduate from the University of Sunderland.
While there he grew his love of Country, Americana and Folk music through his
student radio show The Hoedown. Through this, he gained great knowledge of the
genres and had a chance to speak to some of the artists and musicians her
played such as Sarah Darling, Ashley Campbell, Ally Bain and Phil Cunningham,
Raintown, Joshua Headley, Yola and many more. Something he loves about making
radio like this is also getting the chance to play music from up and coming
artists, interview them and follow their journey. That's what Lewis hopes to
bring to his Chief Radio show.
services has been a special interest and pleasure of mine. Shows for Radio
Lollipop at the Sick Kids Hospital in Edinburgh were well received and brought
so much joy to so many young kids. Shows for the local community radio station
Castle FM in Leith to help promote local projects and foster/build community
spirit. I also have had bookings
for special occasions and stints with River FM and Radio Forth amongst the most
rewarding in my career