Meet the team
Steven has quite a background when it comes to his career in entertainment.
Starting his career in school Steven was involved in a lot of drama productions were he was an actor and studied drama and choreography. From there Steven became a part of a team that was starting their own in-house and school mobile disco which became a huge success! Due to his commitment and hard work Steven became the Entertainment manager for the school which was overseeing all things entertainment related such as discos, karaoke club, bingo nights and so much more.
Steven is also a main stage presenter which he still does to this day.
Since leaving school he has completed a sound production course and is now studying ‘NQ Radio & Sound Production’ at New College Lanarkshire. Joining Cumbernauld FM in 2017 as the Drivetime presenter he continues to make people smile. Steven currently DJ’s and provides kids entertainment part time in the Cumbérnuld area. Where there is a Cumbernauld FM event that involves entertainment you will find Steven there for sure. Join Steven M every Tuesday and Thursday from 4pm-6pm for Drivetime on Cumbernauld FM
Join Graham Forrest every Saturday from 12pm-2pm with ‘The Backtracker Show’.
Ryan started off in a college radio station called Radioactive Scotland which is where he found his flair for radio presenting he climbed his way up the ladder for a year when he presented at this station.
Not long after that he found himself in Cumbernauld FM where he presented The Scottish Top 20 Chart show a while past and eventually Ryan came up with the idea of The Music Experience Show which he presents every Friday 6 pm – 8 pm
The show features 2 hours of unsigned music back to back the carefully curated playlist consists of both previously played and brand new music every week. You can follow Ryan on Twitter @MusicExpRyan #YourMusicYourExperience
Newly moved to Cumbernauld, Emma studied radio broadcast many moons ago but has always had a passion for music. She’s currently studying civil engineering and can usually be found with her nose in a book and pens in her hair. Ideally, Emma would play nothing but Biffy Clyro, but she understands that’s not everyone’s cup of tea! Her show features all types of music, as long as it makes you feel good! The 2’Oclock Pick Me Up is all about getting you through the last part of your day, when you’ve had your lunch and you’re counting down till you can put your feet up!
Joan joined Cumbernauld FM last summer after three years experience with a college radio station. She is currently looking for submissions from new and unsigned acts.
Joan has very diverse tastes, playing everything from punk to disco, from rock to hip hop. She has recently been joined on her show by her grandson Ryan, so there’s quite a bit of input from the younger generation as well. Joan is also happy to play requests and to do shout outs, so get in touch.
Join Joan every Thursday evening from 6pm – 8pm.
Started reviewing films when I was 15 for fun, then over the course of Bebo, MySpace my work got noticed on Facebook. Now I am a full-time independent film critic which is great due to health issues.
I review all the films and love a challenge. Most recently I’ve also started interviewing the stars of films, from John Carpenter, Angus MacFadyen to Richard Dreyfuss, which is amazing!
My show is on Mondays and Fridays 12-2, so all movie fans tune in for up to date news, reviews, and interviews!
Although relatively new to the world of broadcast media, George is no stranger to bringing music to the public.
For more than thirty years, he has been a musician recording, touring and composing with various artists throughout Europe, primarily in the bands White and DMP with whom he has released a handful of acclaimed albums.
More recently, George has been involved in providing music for independent film and stage productions in London and is currently working on a number of screenplays, one of which is based on his youthful adventures in the music business.
His eclectic show on Cumbernauld FM has attracted followers from all over the globe with regular listeners tuning in from Cape Town, Stockholm and Los Angeles as well as a small but devoted following from closer to home.
Tune in with George every Sunday for ‘Lost In Music’ between 6pm-8pm
“I strongly believe every community should have their own community media platform – giving local people a platform to discuss local issues, tackle social deprivation and provide training to the undeserved building confidence and self esteem.”
Campbell is a well-known face on the Glasgow rock scene, attending as many gigs as his wallet and liver could cope with over the last 40 years, and has been presenting the Fatman’s Rock Show online for the last 5 years. His passion for music is stronger than ever and when he says the rock scene is currently in the best health for decades, you better believe it!
His show covers most aspects of the rock world over the last 50 years, from the amazing unsigned new talent out there to the established legends and everything in between. You’ll hear anything from traditional classic rock to prog, metal, blues and punk, so it can be an eclectic and intriguing mix to match his taste in music, and you’ll never know quite what to expect each week, but you can guarantee, it will rock!
Lock up your fridges, the Fatman is here!”
Spending his formative years in the mid 90’s listening to The Evening Session And John Peel On Radio 1 , an eclectic taste was formed being fed by releases from Chemikal Underground, Warp, Domino Records etc, which did not diminish. His music collection is built around indie, alternative, electronica, post punk, and later exploring folk and jazz avenues.
Marks premise for Postcards is to share the music he is passionate about and offer an outlet for bands and labels to share content and most importantly be heard. Hopefully encouraging others to buy some records along the way.