Ten years on, presenters have come and gone, the management committee has changed, but it has it still stands tall, broadcasting to its community and beyond.
To mark this Decade of the Dapper, plans are afoot to celebrate the first ten years on air. Presenters, old and new are currently plotting a week long party of music, chat and jolly japes. Watch this space for details of what is likely to be the most exciting radio event of this or any other year.
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We are currently looking for new volunteers to host shows. We are open to all sorts of ideas for shows, from rock, punk, drum and bass, electro-swing or funk, through to jazz, classical or full on techno. Or why not just host a show talking about your favourite hobby, whether it be gardening, spotting trains or going to watch your favourite sports team.
All you need is enthusiasm, a passion for your chosen theme, and an ability to get to Penywaun to do your show. Training will be provided, but it aint that difficult (honestly)
To find out more and discuss your ideas, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Craig Parry tonight from 6pm GMT for classic and modern country music, Bluegrass, Roots & Americana across the decades and sub genres. Artists and groups from the UK, US and the World intertwined with country news, facts, gigs, events information and more.
Rounding off the show with an 1 hour variety of carefully selected non-stop country tunes.
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Now in its third year the festival features music, talks, walks, films and much more.
Highlights include music from the Farm and Henry’s Funeral Shoe, talks from the Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and Tariq Ali and comedy from Mark Thomas.
To provide you with a warm up for the event, Peppermint Iguana Radio have invited organisers from the event to join us in the studio to talk about the idea behind the event and talk about what is instore for us this year.
We will also be spinning tunes by some of the bands playing the festival and one or to tunes that fit in with the spirit of the Merthyr Rising.
Peppermint Iguana Radio, like the Merthyr Rising, is sponsored by UNISON, the union for public service groovers.
Bank Holiday? Pah, that wont stop our Dave. This weeks’s Acoustic Routes will be on as normal from this week. This week’s show featurs tracks from Kara’s new album Some Other Shore and a look ahead to the Gower Folk Festival