Pat presents Worth A Watch, the film review and news show, every Thursday from 6pm.
Matthew presents Saturday Mornings with Matthew from 7am until 10am with a variety of celebrity guests and features.
Ray presents the three hour M40 Show on Friday evenings from 4pm, as well as the Dead Good Show (covering all things post punk on Tuesday from 5pm) and Ray’s Riot Punk Show from 5pm on Wednesday.
Our “roving reporter” if back with a weekly one hour show.
Tune in to the Feel Good Show every Thursday at 5pm.
Frontwoman of The Strangerz, and receptionist Martha presents Is This It? the last Monday of every month and plays her favourite new Manchester acts, interspersed with tracks spanning all music genres, and an interview with an upcoming Manchester creative.
Joe presents the Lunchtime with Joe show every Monday afternoon and Saturday Dance and Club Music on Saturday evening.
John Cannon presents Multi Mix every Tuesday 12noon until 2pm.
I have worked in North Manchester as a Police Community Support Officer for the last sixteen years and retired in November. Making a lot of friends and community contacts which I feeI I can put into use through volunteering on the radio .
I will be putting out community safety issues and crime prevention advice along with a multi mix of great music.
Timmy Towers presents “OUR FRIENDS ELECTRIC” every Monday from 5-7pm, with a repeat on Wednesdays at 7-9pm.
Featuring electronic music of every genre and decade – from pop music to soundtracks, experimental music and beyond.
The show also features new music from established and unsigned artists, so if you are making your own electronic music, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and get your tunes out there!
Timmy has previously presented on BBC Radio Manchester and Oldham Community Radio, and has a background as both a music producer and film maker. He writes and directs his own productions and shoots music videos for bands, as well as making his own music with vintage synths and drum machines.
Timmy is also a photographer and writer, film expert and quiz buff…and once lived in a haunted house!
Johnny has been a professional DJ for over 30 years and is coming up for his 10th year as the presenter of the ever popular Mid Morning Magic which goes out everyTuesday and Thursday morning from 10am until 12noon.
Hannah Kate is a Crumpsall-based writer and editor. She presents Hannah’s Bookshelf, a weekly literature show, and A Helping of History, which is all about North Manchester local history. Hannah has had short stories and poems published in a number of magazines and anthologies. Her fiction is best described as ‘dark’ fiction, and it often has a Manchester setting. From September 2018, Hannah will be writer-in-residence at Clayton Hall, combining her loves of creative writing and local history. You can find out more about Hannah’s work on her website: hannahkate.net
John Bailey (Jukebox John Bailey)
John Bailey has lived in Moston for over 30 years, just retired from Co-op Bank, John presents the 60’s Jukebox Friday nights 7pm -9pm. In the show he plays large hits, small hits, non chart records, B sides and requests.
If you would like a request of a 60’s track, email email@example.com and it will be played. John also promotes local sport fixtures including Manchester Rangers Rugby Team and is a season ticket holder at FC United of Manchester. John has had a varied career, he has worked down a Mine, was employed for 2 years at Belle Vue, worked in Chemicals and worked at Mather & Platt. Having also had a passion for music and sharing it with an audience, John first wrote to Radio One in 1968 to become a DJ. John say’s “it took him till 2015 to fulfill his dreams” where he now produces and presents a weekly radio show here on North Manchester 106.6FM!!
Clarence presents the Blues Show on Wednesdays from 12noon until 2pm and Double Cookin’ with Old Kiddio on Fridays from 2pm until 4pm.
Old Kiddio presents Roots, Rock, Reggae on Thursdays from 2pm until 5pm (repeated on Saturdays from 7pm).
He also co-presents Double Cookin’ with Clarence Bennett on Fridays from 2pm until 4pm.
Billy presents Billy@Breakfast every weekday from 8am until 10am
Paul presents the JP Show every Monday morning from 10am until 12noon.
He also helps out with Friendly Friday, 10am until 12noon, with his wife Heather Green.
Heather presents The Friendly Friday show weekly on Fridays 10 am until 12noon. You can also catch Heather presenting The Gospel Hour every Sunday afternoon 3pm-4pm.
Abu – Bakr Ishtiaq
Abu is a co presenter and community reporter.
He often attends events and then broadcasts the content throughout the day on North Manchester FM.
Kierno is a professional rock and roll singer based in the city of Manchester.
He has now joined us at North Manchester FM featuring signed and unsigned bands from all over the world!
You can find out more and get in touch with Kierno via his website at: https://kierno.uk
Larry presents The Soulful Shack on Wednesdays at 9pm
The best of of Rare Soul, Northern and Motown. Playing ” across the board” tunes from the 60s and 70s.
Big Oldies, forgotten gems, overlooked and underplayed classics.
Host of Colin’s Jazz & Blues Show on Thursdays at 8pm, Colin has been a fan of jazz for over 45 years, and has seen many of the iconic legends of jazz live across Greater Manchester in the late 60’s and ’70s at venues such as the Manchester Sports Guild, The Black Lion Club in Salford, The Bamboo Club in Hazel Grove, The White Lion in Withington and the Free Trade Hall.
Lynda presents the Woman On your Wavelength show at 2 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month, featuring women recording artists in pop, punk, jazz, rock, blues, folk, country and anything else that takes her fancy! If you want to celebrate a woman on your wavelength, or are working in the community and would like some publicity for your activities, contact Lynda at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and she will give you a shout out on the show.
We.Are.Alien – Music Composer, Exhibiting Artist, 3 x Guinness World Record Holder, Radio Presenter, Session Drummer, Mental Health Advocate, Survivor Of Suicide, Performer, Poet, Philosopher, Proud to be part of the LGBTQ+ family, Proud Autistic Woman, an avid Volunteer, who enjoys extreme sports and Bucket List Adventures to name a few! Always up for something thrilling. Get in touch @WeAreAlienBand
Stevie Turner aka The Absinthe Poet
Author of Lost Decades and host of a monthly spoken word night in the Northern Quarter, Stevie presents a drivetime edition of Absinthe Nights – featuring interviews and performances from local spoken word artists, as well as music from upcoming bands, new tunes and some guest favourites. Not like the poetry you did at school.