Andy started his radio career on a rusty old boat from somewhere in the Mediterranean, doing a variety of shifts and doing commercial production and voice overs. When he returned to the UK he spent 5 years at Radio Top Shop, then Chiltern Radio & BFBS (the British Forces Broadcasting Service) in Gibraltar. Andy now runs his own studio doing voiceovers for radio & TV and producing many actors & sports stars’ voice sessions. In between all of this he also presents “After Hours” on Radio Biscuit on Sunday nights, which Andy says he loves almost as much as life itself!
Born in Oxford, at an early age, Jamie has since moved ahead in eating, drinking, typing on a mobile phone and talking into a microphone. Currently living the proverbial dream in Devon, with his lovely fiancée, and loving every second of being part of Radio Biscuit!
Peter (or "PG” as he is known to some) has been a permanent fixture on radio in the Surrey and Hampshire area for over 30 years. With stints on County Sound Radio and Radio Mercury in the 1990s. Peter is probably best known for his 25 years with Eagle Radio, presenting the breakfast show and overseeing the station's output for all that time - as well as being a director of the business. One or two people may also have seen him in Panto (Woking New Victoria Theatre 2003-2004, Aldershot Princess Hall in 2005 and at Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud from 2006 until the present day). Away from radio, Peter is also a communications and media consultant for various organisations and businesses. In his spare time, he can be found walking in the Surrey Hills or making dashes to the seaside!
Renna, along with Nick is the founder of Radio Biscuit, and it must be said, truly has the face for radio. He has been involved in radio and technology for many years, including stints at Jack FM Oxfordshire, Zero Radio, Hot Radio on the South coast, and more recently Solar Radio. Renna has the dubious responsibility of keeping the station on air, as well as shaping the station sound - imaging as it is known in the biz - in addition to being back up programmer when all around radio Yoda Nick is too busy on granddad duty, for instance. When not on air, Renna is generally tinkering behind the scenes, or drinking over priced coffee, often both. Catch Renna on Saturday from 8pm, or rather too early on a Sunday, from 8am
Nick has been mucking about in radio since the early eighties, on County Sound, Radio Mercury, 96.4 The Eagle, 106.6 Star FM and BBC Radio 2, amongst others. He’s presented, produced, consulted, programme controlled, head of music’d, and generally not found anything he’s very good at. Then he and his good friend Renna McDonagh had the bright idea of trying something new. They swore they’d never run a radio station again, and that station is Radio Biscuit. Nick is on Saturday evenings at 5 with Floor Fillers, Sunday mornings at 11 with Sunday Brunch, and Tuesday evenings at 10 with The Evening Lockdown…… ….so those are the best times to avoid…. ;-)
Simon has worked in radio for the past 35 years both in front and behind the microphone. He started in hospital radio then moved into commercial radio at the age of 17 and has never looked back. He's presented every show at all times of the day and night alongside being a Programme Director, Head Of Music and events coordinator. His passion for music is as strong today as it's always been. Being able to play the songs and the artists he's always admired on Radio Biscuit is an absolute honour. Simon is married to Samantha and recently became a grandad for the first time, which he is loving.
Kevin has spent most of his working life in media and his enthusiasm for music and radio started at a very early age. His career has spanned more decades than he’d care to admit and has seen him working mostly at radio stations around the South East. He has presented programmes and managed stations in Surrey, Hampshire and West Sussex as well as central London. You may also have heard his voice on numerous radio commercials over the years. Outside of radio, Kevin has also held the position of Director of Programming for an international music company covering Europe, Middle East & Africa. He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of, and passion for, music of all genres and is proud of his music library that he has been building for as long as he can remember.
A DJ since the age of 16, Gary’s passion for music has now brought him to Radio Biscuit, where he plays only the very best music from the 70’s to today. When not at the station Gary enjoys keeping fit and can often be found in the gym, or hiking and climbing the mountains of the United Kingdom. Join him for “After Hours” every Saturday night between 10 and midnight, and the “Evening Lockdown” on a Friday.