Meet the team at UWS Radio - Aren't
they a lovely looking bunch!?
Student Station Manager / Presenter
Are you looking for a fun thing to do when you’re procrastinating and hating yourself? Make sure to tune in to UWS Radio on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:30 to 4:30pm! I’ll play you the best songs on the charts and then I’ll waste your time with news from Hollywood. I’m Nat, and I’d love for you to hang out with me on my show Nat’s Ultimate Waste of your Time on UWS Radio!
Natalie is also the current Station Student Manager.
Deputy Student Station Manager/ Presenter
Lauren is a Broadcast Production student at the UWS. Her first and truest love is Celtic music, but she also has a passion for the cheesiest pop tunes known to man - which is exactly what you'll find on Flashback Friday, presented by Lauren and her co-host Rachel every Friday from 1pm-2pm. Tune in for banter, bad puns, and all the best pop hits!
Lauren now also hosts her own solo show called LozTalkz on Mondays from 4-6pm!
Student Management Team / Presenter
A lover of puns and cheesy tunes, Rachel is a Broadcast Production student who presents Flashback Friday with her co-host Lauren and Hallyu Wave with her co-hosts Chloe and Rachael.
Listen to Rachel on Flashback Friday for blasts from the past in music, video games, TV and film and Mondays on Hallyu Wave for two whole hours of the latest Korean Pop and news!
When she isn't in the studio, Rachel can be found listening to Owl City and re-reading her favourite series The Lunar Chronicles.
Student Management Team / Presenter
Maddie’s show caters for anyone who enjoys chilled out music of a variety of genres, ranging anywhere from electronic pop, to reggae, to folk. She also features up and coming bands who deserve more airplay. If you’re in the mood to kick back and listen to some laid back tunes on a Monday afternoon, tune into Unwind from 3-4pm!
Chris is no stranger to UWS and UWS Radio. Chris has an MA in Broadcast Journalism and a 1st Class degree with honours in Computing from the university.
Chris has been with UWS Radio since 2008 and has previously been on the student management team.
He was part of the team that brought Ayr and Girvan FM and is a radio amateur with callsign MM6CLM.
He is also a journalist and musician with 20 years experience in piano amongst other instruments.
David has hosted a show on UWS Radio since February 2013. It currently broadcasts from 5pm every Wednesday.
He’s an authority on weird late 70s and early 80s synth music, and has a passion for showcasing up-and-coming local and unsigned music. He was previously the Student Station Manager.
Outwith radio, he has an interest in science fiction, making music on his synthesisers and enjoys playing photography too.
The Saturday Lunch Time Show has been presented for the last five years by Dennis; having taken over the slot from his son Martin who hosted a show for 11 years before hand. The easy listening show broadcasts every Saturday between 12pm and 2pm.
If, like myself, the stress of being an Arsenal fan is just too much tune in on Wednesday's between 2pm and 4pm for 12 rounds of the best live sports talk show.
Hosting the show alongside co-presenters, a well structured programme is followed with various talking points across the last week in sports concluded with what to look out for in the following week.
In my free time I can be found greeting about Arsenal being outside the top 4 and insisting that Liverpool aren't a big team anymore.
Karyn "Mac" McCulloch
Karyn's Ceilidh is a 3 hour radio show hosted by Karyn "Mac" McCulloch, who is one of Ayrshire's most popular Accordionists.
Each week on the show, Karyn brings you some of the very best in traditional Scottish music and song, regular features like Continental Corner and Something Completely Different.
Join Karyn every Saturday night from 7 til 10pm for the Best in Scottish Music.
The Saturday morning breakfast show with Billy Fulton -Music from the
60's to the present day. Requests and dedications for listeners locally
and from The Netherlands, London and the south etc. "Thought for the
day" is a five minute talk around 8.30 & 9.30.