Nieuwe Shows op Radio501
11 maart 2016 Radio501 Nieuws
Engelstalige Shows: Mouth Meltdown – Viv Craggs iedere woensdag 18.00-20.00u cest en The International Americana Music Show – Michael Park iedere woensdag van 20.00-21.00u cest
Vandaag de eerste woensdag met Engelstalige shows vanaf 18.00u
Van 18.00-20.00u – Viv Craggs met Mouth Meltdown.
Van 20.00-21.00u – Michael Park met The International Americana Music Show
Viv Graggs – Mouth Meltdown
There’s nothing complicated about this show, it’s just me sharing some of my favourite tracks, having a bit of a chat and maybe dropping in one or two features as the mood takes me.
Typically I play popular music from the seventies onwards. Why “Mouth Meltdown”? Well, you’ll have to listen to find out!
Having lived “Down South” for most of my life, my roots are still firmly entrenched in the North East of England, among the beautiful countryside of the Durham and Yorkshire Dales.
I consider myself very lucky as when I was a child my Grandparents had a farm and I had an idyllic childhood as weekends were spent on the farm talking to the animals and playing on the farm machinery – the health and safety police wouldn’t allow that these days!
Eventually I had to grow up and get a job. 🙁
At eighteen I joined the Fire Service where I made some great friends and, as you can imagine, had some very moving experiences.
Life has taken me many places since then, bringing me into radio at a pretty late stage in my life, however I enjoy it enormously, sharing my love of music with my audience and chatting about anything that comes into my head.
Michel Park – The International Americana Music Show
Michael Park is a Scottish broadcaster who moved to America over a decade ago. Since then, he has contributed to radio stations all over the UK and written cover stories, interviews and features for numerous British newspapers and magazines, including the award-winning Sunday Times Magazine. He has tried to “escape” from Alcatraz by swimming from the former prison to San Francisco, been heli-biking in Canada, to a prison rodeo in Louisiana, interviewed countless celebrities and sailed across the North Atlantic in winter.
He conceived and created The International Americana Music Show as a way of introducing Americana artists from all over the world to radio audiences across the United States and now also to the listeners of Radio501.
He currently lives in Brooklyn with his family.