When it comes to music, it literally rules Dave's life. He has been DJing since the early 80s, but it wasn’t until the mid 90’s that he became interested in radio presenting.
Dave loves and respect all types of good music, right from as far back as the classic 60s through to the indie pop ’90s & 00s.
He grew up in West London listening to the radio as a young lad and started collecting vinyl at the mere age of 5 years old. He would save up his pocket money to buy records as often as possible, and even now, 50-odd years on, he is still collecting music and is now running out of space to store his massive vinyl collection.
Dave was always a massive fan of the original “Pick of the Pop” presented by the late great Alan “Fluff” Freeman back in the day, and he always wanted to take a stab at doing his own breakfast show. So here it is..
"Dave Marley's - Marley in the Morning"
3 hours of great "feel good" music every weekday morning (Monday to Friday) from 7am to 10am. Great music from the 60s through to the 00s. Including feachures such as "the feel good hour" "80s at 8" "The 5 at 9" "The Workout Track" "Celeb Birthdays" "The Daily Vintage TV Theme" "Classic Album of the Week" and much more...
All that and more, cramed into 3 hours every morning.
Someone said recently.. "ITS THE BEST THING SINCE TISWAS!" tune in and make up you own mind.
Catch the show here, weekdays from 7am to 10am
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Every Monday to Thursday evening at 8pm on TVGR, Ian Davies brings you 2 hours of fantastic rock from all eras.
Be warned though it's addictive listening!
TVGR welcomes the Retro Chart show Saturdays from 11am - 1pm
The Retro Chart Show can trace its origin back to 1999 when I first presented the programme using vinyl on my local Hospital Radio station at the beginning of my radio career!
Fast forward over 20 years and the show still airs on my local Hospital Radio station every week, plus over 40 other stations worldwide since I syndicated it in 2015.
The show follows a similar format to the legendary "Pick of the Pops" programme that ran on BBC Radio 2 for generations. Presented in a retro style, it's a 2-hour chart programme delivered each week featuring the UK chart countdowns from two different years from this day in history, spanning 1963 to 2000.
TVGR welcomes "Keep Laughing Forever Radio" to Sunday evenings at 6pm.
You can expect to hear some fantastic songs from the 80's and 90's that'll make you smile and some entertaining banter to make you "keep laughing".
The Big J 90's show can be heard on TVGR Saturdays at 1pm, repeated Mondays at 5pm.
An Hour of 90's favourites with a varied variety.
The JanCave 70's Jukebox Years Show - Join Jan every week in the JanCave when she'll be taking a year of the 70s every week and playing some of her favourite tracks from that year. Join Jan every Saturday at 7pm, repeated Mondays at 7pm, here on TVGR.
The New Zealand retro chart airs on TVGR every Sunday afternoon at 3pm hosted by Rob Walker.
Each week the entire top 40 from that week in a classic year with facts and extras thrown in to add to the enjoyment.
Let The Good Times Roll is a weekly 2-hour audio music magazine of rock and roll and pop and soul from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s. Host Mark Nielsen spins your favorites and forgotten songs too with background information on each song. The second hour each week features a different theme. Check it out on TVGR and hopefully have as much fun listening as Mark does crafting the show each week.
Mark has always been a fan of radio whether it’s listening to it or being on it. You might have heard Mark on campus radio WELH in Eastern Illinois University from 1979 - 1982. But probably not. When Mark retired in 2017 from his real job, it was about the same time a local radio station was starting up. Mark noticed in the local paper that the fledgling station was looking for programming ideas. Let The Good Times Roll was pitched, accepted and debuted on January 5, 2019. Who knew that this former accountant with a love for music and radio could fall into his own show upon retirement? And that it would become international? So come on baby and Let The Good Times Roll every Saturday from 9am - 11am on TVGR
TVGR brings back the memories of Atlantic 252's final era with a weekly tribute of Dance and classics with a beat Friday and Saturday nights from 8pm - 11pm
Relax and unwind with the most laid back classic hits on TVGR
Monday - Thursday at 10pm - midnight
TVGR airs 3 shows presented by Gordon Cooper.
Electric 80's airs at 2pm on Saturdays
One hit wonders airs at 2pm on Sundays
And swinging 60's airs at 6pm Mondays
Here's Gordon's Bio...
I bought my first single in 1969....."Sugar Sugar" by The Archies!!! I continued collecting rather a cross section of music until my best friend bought me "Burn" by Deep Purple for my eighteen birthday!! That was it....I became a life long "rocker" from then on!!
So my first love is ROCK, as is my second & third love.....although The Carpenters are my guilty pleasure!! Aside from Rock, I also love Sixties & Seventies music.....probably because I lived through them!!! lol
My love of Radio has been going for more years than I care to remember.....25+ years with Sunshine Radio on the Isle of Wight & a stint on internet radio with Vectis Radio for eight years, then I seemed to get offers to broadcast my shows all over the place!
A final thought....If someone had told me in 1969 not to collect the 6000 plus albums I collected over the decades because you'd be able to access them & more on a mobile phone that fits in the palm of your hand I'd have never have believed it!!! Mind, I did enjoy collecting them!!!
Midnight sundays on TVGR
Tune in every week for Classic Jazz. Your host, Ted Allison will be featuring the music of Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Billy Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Count Basie and of course the list goes on and on.
Beginning in the late 1800’s in New Orleans, Louisiana and then by the 1920’s the sounds started to sweep the United States…from trios to big bands…from cool to funky and modern.
Along the way, you will also hear songs from The Great American Song Book. The Great American Song Book is defined loosely as: Early 20th century American jazz standards, popular songs and show tunes. It is a wide range of songs!!!!
TED ALLISON, Host of Classic Jazz
Ted has been in radio broadcasting since the early 1970’s when he was in high school. Yes, that has been a long time. He has been host and producer of many different shows ranging from pop music from the 1950’s and 1960’s to of course jazz.
Ted’s main occupation for well over 25 years was being the Promotions and Development Director Jazz 88 / KBEM – FM, The Minneapolis Public Schools Radio Station.
Ted is now retired but still helps out at several community radio stations
in Minneapolis, MN where he has lived all of his life.
Sunday nights at 8pm on TVGR radio.
Here's Leo's bio..
My name is Leo Kirby and I present 50 Years and Rolling .The music I play on the show is extremely versatile From U2 to Calvin Harris, from Steely Dan to Coldplay, from emerging acts such as Loah and Dermot Kennedy to classics such as The Police and David Bowie
It is a must listen to show if you have any interest in music from the last 5 decades with an Irish soft easy voice doing the links in between the tunes, with personality and high quality production thrown in.
Also I love extended plays and classic album tracks and also helping up and coming recording artists get a break in the radio world by playing their music.
Do please listen to 50 Years and Rolling whenever you can.
Any songs you would like to hear or requests please contact me via this Stations Website or on
Every best wish from Leo
Two shows presented by Geoff Dorsett.
A kick up the 80's airs at midnight on Mondays and 11pm Fridays on TVGR. Pump up the 90s airs in a double bill Saturday morning at 7am.
Here's Geoff's Bio...
Geoff Dorsett biography - 7th November 2022
Geoff is a music jock and 8 times award-winning DJ. He started his music career aged 13 with some local discos and by 18 was working with Mecca Ballrooms opening venues around the UK.
In 1974 he was on air at the opening of commercial radio station Radio Hallam in Sheffield, followed by presenting shifts on other local radio stations in the 80s as well as pirate radio.
Geoff is currently on air every weekday morning at Forest FM (community radio in Dorset), 9-10 a.m. with 'All Our Yesterplays', and Saturday nights 8-9 p.m. with 'The Soul Show'. He also currently syndicates 3 shows: 'Solid Gold 60s', 'Supersonic 70s' and 'A Kick up the 80s' to 105 stations in 25 countries. For the last 15 years, Geoff, along with his producer Adrian Collis, has presented the cult radio programme 'The Soft Rock Show' which ran for many years exclusively on community station Express FM in Portsmouth but is now syndicated across 26 stations internationally. It is a 4 times award-winning show which has sessions, breaks new artists, and covers every genre. It also features interviews from artists from every decade. Altogether, Geoff has interviewed close to 3000 musicians including Sir Cliff Richard, members of The Rolling Stones, Genesis, The Eagles, Queen, Fleetwood Mac, Chicago, Toto, Level 42, and from every decade: Freddy Cannon, Tommy Roe, Marty Wilde, The Searchers, The Hollies, Sweet, Slade, Suzy Quatro, Deep Purple, Yes, The Stranglers, plus many more. In addition, Geoff has also interviewed many songwriters, authors, venue owners and PR companies.
Geoff presents all his shows from his home studio near Salisbury and can be contacted the following ways:
Telephone: 07784 489469