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Isle of Wight Radios Presenters
Simon Osborne presents the mid-morning show from 10am - 1pm. After many visits to Blackgang Chine as a school kid, and various family holidays, he caught the Island bug early on. Now being back at Isle of Wight Radio to present the mid-morning is an honour. Each morning, not only keeping you up to date with all that's going on round the Island, he'll have the Lunchtime Lounge and The Daily Record alongside the best music.
Join Anna on Saturday afternoons from 2pm
Dave Priddle - on your radio!
He’s called Topping. He’s on in the morning. It took us ages to think of a name for the show. Paul has many years of broadcasting experience. He has been at Isle of Wight Radio since 2007 when he joined as a presenter and is now the Director of Broadcasting.
Tom Stroud presents the afternoon show from 1 until 5.30 each weekday. Tom talks to the people who make things happen on the Island - recent guests have included John Giddings, Rob da Bank, Chris Packham, Rapanui, EcoIsland's David Green and Robert Thompson from the Hambrough. Tom also puts your questions to the leader of the council David Pugh on a regular basis.
He’s our head of Island music on his Sunday night Live And Local show. He also presents the Evening Show, including the Skool Reunion each night, and is our 'man-about-town' when it comes to outside broadcasts.
The sound of late night on Isle of Wight Radio, so what does Simon do when he isn't playing tunes to help you wind down at the end of an evening?
Lucy Morgan presents Weekend Breakfast and reads the news too. When she's not at Isle of Wight Radio she's probably doing the school run or making cup cakes (not for her benefit but for the children, you understand).
Born in East Cowes, he enjoyed sport at Grange Road Primary and later Cowes Secondary Modern. During his time at Cowes he became the Hampshire schoolboy mile champion and went on to run in the All-England Championships. He was inspired by Roger Bannister and was so honoured to have Sir Roger, the world’s first sub four minute miler, on his radio show. Locally, for several years, John was one of the Island’s most successful village cricketers and took hundreds of wickets as a fast bowler.
Stuart's been here since the very beginning and we still can't get rid of him! He's here every Sunday morning from 10am and also occasionally during the week presenting other shows.
Omar has been DJing in clubs locally, nationally and internationally for around 10 years now so we guess he has got the necessary experience. One of his favourite moments is playing the Isle of Wight Festival billed against Neil Young!
Most bizarre DJ moment? Rocking the wheels of steel in wellies and a mac at Bestival...
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