FromeFM music shows cover a huge diversity of genres. Here are a few of the highlights.
Use the A-Z menu on this page to find a show by name or try the Search in the top menu bar to find all the shows for a particular genre.
B-Side the A-Side - Presented by Joss Hutton and Jon Taylor. A sonic cornucopia of vinyl from the 1920s to today, including country, funk, punk, folk, soul, ska, soundtracks, jazz, blues, calypso, electronica, rockabilly and garage. From 2008 to August 2017, B-Side the A-Side ran some 190 FREE ENTRY club / band nights in Bath, at the Royal Oak […]
Hump the Week - Presented by Russ & Nancy. The mid-week radio show to help you get over that ‘hump’. Check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/MyHump
Magpie’s Folk Cafe - Presented by Patrick Moss. An hour of folk music every 4 weeks. Programme sponsored by Moss Naylor Young Ltd. Town Planning, Transport Planning and Waterway Regeneration
Take Me to the River - Presented by Helen Ottaway. Music from all styles and period from local composer Helen Ottaway, linked by the theme of the river and its water, flowing from source to sea. As a composer, Helen has worked with John Cage and appeared in Peter Greenaway’s film about him for Channel 4. As pianist and keyboard player […]
Basement 7 - Hosted by General E Smith. Enter Basement 7. A place of no real definition. A place that belongs to no time, no style or scene. Enter Basement 7… An Allovertheshop production.
Rock Roll and Revolution - Presented by Sara Vian. Saturday at 4.30pm – every 4 weeks. Lift up your day with Sister Sara! (eclectic classic tunes, special guest-stars and radical ideas)
Vinyl Revival - Presented by Nathan Curtis. Hello to all who are reading this! My name is Nathan Curtis and I am the presenter / creator of Frome FM’s Vinyl Revival! Being a 1970s / 80s memorabilia collector since the age of seven, I have begun to realise that some of the greatest artists of that era simply […]
tongue&groove - Presented by Paul Johnson – Monthly on a Saturday at 8pm tongue&groove treats the traditional format of the radio programme as a concept – a unit of time to be manipulated – i.e. a show could be symmetrical in form with the first and last, second and penultimate pieces etc being connected – or a […]