Sean 'Cookie' Cooke 

Sean 'Cookie' Cooke has been broadcasting for a few years now. 
Cookie's first broadcasting job was within hospital radio in 1983 before moving into community radio. 
Cookie went to university to study broadcasting as a mature student and left with a first degree with honers !!  Cookie went on to state that this was so unexpected ! 
Cookie is still working for over thirty years as a mobile DJ and loves to perform to a live audience. 
Target Radio will bring a 'Road Show' experience to Brighton 2018/19 and will be looking to expand on this every year with more Road Shows. 

The live show will play a mixture of old and not so old music from the Mod scene and will feature many unsigned bands and artists.
 Watch out as Cookie will often use 'Facebook Live' to broadcast in real time.
Cookie enjoyed listening to presenters Kenny Everett,John Peel and Chris Moyles to name but a few.

Cookie will also explore the New Wave of music and this is proving to be a great show, with fantastic comments already! 

DJ John Chidlow

I'm John Chidlow, just the right side of 50 and living in Cambridge.

I've been a Skinhead for as long as I can remember.

Former soldier, with 16 years service in the Royal Engineers.

Currently working as a Painter & Decorator.

I'm the owner/builder/ Operator of FrontLine Sound System. We are an Old Skool Lo-Fi sound system influenced by the old time Sound Systems in Jamaica in the late '60s. We play all original Ska, Rocksteady, Boss Reggae, Dub and Roots on original vinyl.

FrontLine has been operating and gigging for 7 months, but the building of speaker boxes and amps is never ending.

Martin Fuggles 

Hello, I'm Martin Fuggles, and I was a DJ at 'The Ricky-Tick' club back in the 1960's in Windsor, Berkshire, England.

I have hosted many important acts such as The Rolling Stones,The Who and 'Little' Stevie Wonder to name just a few. 

Target Radio have now given me my own monthly radio show to tell my story and to play my original vinyl records just for you. 

I cannot wait to start this in 2019 and share my records and stories with you.

Saturdays at 9pm


Peter Slavid

Peter has been listening to modern jazz for over 50 years.

Inspired initially by the American Avant-Garde of Ornette Coleman, Archie Shepp and the Art Ensemble of Chicago, he soon encountered the talented British, European and South African musicians who were taking jazz in different directions

After retiring from a proper job, Peter spent some years working with London’s F-IRE collective, the key initiator and inspiration in the collectives movement that revitalised the jazz scene in both UK and Europe. Peter now broadcasts on community radio in West London, and writes for London Jazz News. Peter also broadcasts a programme of more experimental European jazz on 

As well as playing some classic jazz, Peter's show will focus on the exciting new generation of young bands making waves today and converting listeners from the rock and urban music scenes into jazz fans.
Many of the bands will be new to British listeners and Peter enjoys hearing from anyone who has just discovered and enjoyed something new.

I will be playing some great music on my monthly show and sharing some great music with you. 

 Wayne Lundqvist Ford

Wayne Lundqvist Ford Since the age of three Wayne has been spinning vinyl. After spinning Action Man around on the family Dansette at 78rpm had grown weary, Wayne decided to try out some of his mothers records, the first of which was The Beatles "This Boy" which also played at his favourite speed of 78rpm several times before trying out 33rpm and then the correct speed of 45rpm, which was when his love affair of music started, The Beatles were followed by Buddy Holly, who Wayne still considers the roots of popular music, Billy Fury, The Who, The Small Faces, The Kinks etc. Name: Wayne Lundqvist Ford. Radio DJ since: 2013  Origin: Brighton, Sussex, now based in Gothenburg, Sweden First album purchased: The first album I had was The Beatles - Rubber Soul, the first album I purchased myself was The Jam - Sound Affects. Favourite track: Tough one to call but Teenage Fanclub, Everything Flows or Love, Maybe The People Would Be The Times or Between Clark & Hilldale Favorite artist. Love and Teenage Fanclub First Concert. The Who at Brighton Centre 1981 Likes: Power Pop, Mod, 60's Garage, Psyche and classics, Northern Soul, Motown, Surf, Punk, Indie Pop, Alternative and Ska. Dislikes: Death Metal, Metal, Hair Bands, Rap anything like Celine Dion etc. Will turn radio off for: Whitney Houston, Sade, Madonna, Seal, Coldplay but would never turn on mainstream radio anyway!


Angie Dorin

Angie Dorin started presenting the 'The Cat Beast Party' radio show/podcast 10 years ago at Radio Free Nashville, and now records the weekly, nationally syndicated show out of her home in Myrtle Beach, SC.  'The Cat Beast Party' is a quest for uncovering the best power pop, garage, surf, obscure gems from the past and your new favourite independent tunes too.  DJ Bit Bit and Squeakers help to record the show.

Tommy Clark

  Tommy Clark proudly presents 'The Third Class Ticket Radio Show' 

This is a weekly new music show hosted by Tommy Clark. 

Playing new and grass roots music from across the globe.

Playing the best unsigned and independent music for airplay send your tracks (mp3 or WAV) to

Tommy is also a drummer with The Bandits and The Kinks Experience and I'm sure Tommy will bring a fresh and exciting edge to his shows. 

Chris Twigger

Steve Abbot 

Paul Enright-King

Do you remember a time when Radio was “Tick Tock! Woof Woof! Ding Dong!”  We do as well and unfortunately this show isn’t it.  There’s no Golden Hour here, No Factoids (though one of us is rumoured to have haemorrhoids)no Our Tune either or Workers Playtime.  We do play music, we do talk.  It’s what your Tranny (as in portable radio) was made for or so we think.  Do join us down on our Allotment each week for stuff you couldn’t shake a stick of rhubarb at.

Cob Becket

My names Cob Becket 

I am young musician who as played in quite a few bands over my short time. I now frequently produce and write music of various genres. I have a passion for well written tunes and want to be a speaker for the young bands that can't be heard. 

Joining Target Radio will allow me to bring new and old songs, with interviews and gig forecasts from unsigned bands and artists.

Join me on Fridays where I will bring you, 

'Cob's Underground and Unsigned Show'

Cherry Red Radio Show With Iain McNay

Hosted by Cherry Red Records founder and chairman Iain McNay, the Cherry Red Radio Show delves into the independent label’s sizeable vaults to bring you two hours of music inspired by one of the most eclectic and prolific independent labels in the world.From Post-Punk to Prog, Blues to Folk, Rock to Reggae you'll hear a mixture of Cherry Red acts both old and new and every genre under the sun. Iain and Cherry Red are staunch supporters of buying music in phsical form and only plays music that can be bought on CD or vinyl, many taken from their award winning compilation box-sets. Find out more at:  

Dielle Hannah  

Hi, I'm Dielle, singer-songwriter and full time musician hailing from leafy Hampshire in the UK. 

I fell in love with my Dad's record collection in my early teens and it changed my life. 

I'll be bringing you new music from unsigned artists I come across on my travels, as well as delving into the 60s and 70s classic hits and lesser known album tracks. 

I hope to see you from the stage someday - you can find my gig schedule on and I'm on all the socials at diellemusicuk 

Catch my new show, 'Golden Greats'
 Fridays at 18:30

Rik Bardsley and Brian Mitchell

Lucky Bag is a show that digs out new and unreleased stuff from across the globe, sprinkled with long ignored global niche. From Hanoi to Hull, Marrakesh to Mottram we’ll give a listen to anything and promote it, if we love it. Captain Brian’s a pop kid punkster at heart, Rik’s been soaked in the mod stuff ever since he plopped out onto the hospital floor. If you’re looking for smooth presentation and arty analysis, move along. The show fizzes with anarchy and is as unpredictable as a tummy 12 hours after a dodgy prawn bhuna. Linked to our sister show the Tip Top Pop Show (on Lucky Bag TV – You Tube) both shows are produced at the mighty MCC recording studio in Mottram 

Saturdays at 12 noon

A Constant Barrage with Damian Mann

We Are Delighted And Very Excited To Host 'A Constant Barrage' With Damian Mann. 

Every Tuesday 10pm To Midnight With Some Unsigned Alternative/Indie And Punk Bands And Artists.

Damian lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. He's worked in almost every level of the music business. 

He started this radio show as a tribute to the college radio days in the 80s, when DJs played what they wanted to. He's a big fan of early FM radio of the 70s.. Not a big fan of terrestrial radio these days. 

Damian's hero is the late, great John Peel.

 American Pie With Tray La Man

Tray La Man Has A Rich Musical History. At The Tender Age Of Three He Was Banging Out

 Tunes With A Pair Of Knitting Needles On A Biscuit Tin. He Has Been Obsessed With

 Listening And Making Music Ever Since. Tray La Man Has Been Around So Long 

(His Words, Not Mine!) He Has Actually Seen Jimi Hendrix Live, He Has Played Pool With

 Joe Strummer And He Has Been A Featured Artist On N.M.E. 

Tray La Man Was In The Band, 'Peep Show' And Has Been Played On The Radio From Steve

 Lamaq, Jo Wiley and The Late Great Great John Peel And Of Course Cookie!  

Tray La Man Has Been At A House Warming Party At Keith Moons Home, And Kate Moss's Run Around Man! 

Every Week Tray La Man Will Deliver An Eclectic Mix Of The Very Best In American Music 

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