Patrick Moss Guest Presenter Patrick “Magpie” Moss is the director at Soaring Magpie Records and hosts Magpie’s Folk Cafe on Frome FM. He’s also a town and transport-planner with a particular passion for canals at Moss Naylor Young and loves coffee, crime drama, heritage and post-boxes.
Lucy Moakes PR, Marketing, Social Media Lucy Moakes works in publishing, with a background in advertising and marketing, runs boutique camping company Lulubells, and is somewhat of a glamping extraordinaire! Is mostly found in a field either walking the dog, putting up a tent or at a music festival. Listens to 6 Music and drinks
Our Friends Special thanks to our wider team of friends who are not seen nor heard but nevertheless help us make the magic happen. Luke at Pencil Studio – Luke worked up our new fab branding. Paul at Druid Services – Known Paul since I was a hairy idiot with a synthesiser in 1809. Thanks
Rusty Tin Dog Rusty likes nuts and bolts. And springs. His favourite music is heavy metal and his favourite band is Tin Machine. After a good night out on the 3-in-one, Rusty likes nothing more than a rivet kebab and settling down to watch a box set of K9 and friends.
Our Story. It all started with an idea… We were part of Frome FM, a local community radio station, and we wanted to produce a radio programme that featured live music and musicians with higher quality production than simply setting up a single studio microphone. So our first live music show (we called it the
We are an independent visual recording studio based in the heart of Frome, Somerset. From our unique space inside the town’s old fire station building, we have a range of superb technical facilities that are used for a variety of different projects. Visual radio is an exciting new format that combines both audio and visual mediums to
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