Tim presents ‘The Red Thread’, Thursdays at 11pm, and ‘Feelgood Friday’, at 6pm
‘The Red Thread’ is so called because every song somehow connects to the next.
Any possible way it can be connected he will use- artist, title, however he can.
Some of the links are sensible, some are tenuous, and some are insane.
Whatever you expect to be the next song, it won’t be!
On the show he likes to play songs not usually played on the radio too, as many people are tired of hearing the same old songs all the time.
The 1st hour its 1985 to the present day, and the 2nd hour features music from the 50’s to around 1985.
The title of the show by the way comes from an ancient Chinese belief which states that there is an invisible red thread that connects each of us to all of the individuals who have been, currently are, and will in the future be important to us in our lives.
This red thread can stretch, twist, and bend… but will never break.
Tim launches the weekend, with ‘Feelgood Friday’, between 6 and 8pm, playing classic 80s for the 1st hour, and great 90s in the 2nd hour!
Tim lived in Chadsmoor until he was 18, and now lives in South Wales, where he worked in Commercial Radio for 12 years.
He is delighted to be involved in his home town radio station.