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Aaron Hayes
Adrian Bailey
Alan Clarredge
Bethanie Hayes
Charlie Halliwell
David Smith
Derek Dayman
Derek Diprose
Eddie Hams
Finn Rowden
Fiona Julian
Geneen Crossley
Geoff Boland
Janet Latham
Jill Leary
Jonathan Chadd
Laurie Clow
Lex McKee
Luke West
Matthew Moore
Michael Franks
Mike Oak
Paul Kinvig
Paul West
Rod Lucas
Ryan Boydon
Sharon Canning
Sheena Dayman
Simon Marsh
Stuart Sharkey
Sullivan Hayes
Tim Heywood
Tony Gough
Vicki Sharkey


The Breakfast Show
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Community Matters
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Good Afternoon
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The Drive Home
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4th Dimension
Best Smooth Jazz
The Business Show
Christianity Today
Classical Delights
Caught or Taught
The Dance Music Show
The Early Years
Generation Y
Finding the Plot
Hope 4 Me
Hope FM Chart Show
In the Groove
Insight for Living
Livewire LIVE
Out of Time
Make Hay Saturday
Mission Impossible
The New Country Show
The New Music Show
Poland Calling
Principal Personalities
The Property Show
The Time Machine
Through the Gates
The Weekend 22
Word Alive Teaching


A bit about Fiona…

Fiona has been a volunteer with Hope FM for over 8 years, she has worked as a freelance artist, in press media and has a Masters Degree in Writing for the Media (Screenwriting). Fiona's first started with Hope FM by producing a series called Everyday People. She moved on to co-present the breakfast show with Blair Crawford and then launched the Community Matters programme. She currently hosts Monday's Good Afternoon show.

Fiona says: "I’m a creative and a communicator, always making something or another. Media is a palette to create pictures, so I paint with sound in radio, with written words in print or for the screen and when I’m not playing with words, then it could be watercolours, oils or clay." She adds: "I enjoy the challenge of radio and have had the opportunity to interview people from all walks of life. Radio is a unique media it opens conversations and ideas in a way that gets along side people. Community radio is such a great way to be able to acknowledge and share people's stories, because everyone has a story to tell."

Fiona has danced a highland fling in Paris with a French trained astronaut, she eats Weetabix with butter and Marmite and likes to have shoes for every occasion!

Fiona Julian

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