All Lockdown FM presenters are people from or with a strong connection to our local community or area.

They’ve all very kindly given up their time, and volunteered to produce and present wonderful regular programmes on Lockdown FM. Some of them had previous radio experience, other’s didn’t, but they were all willing to join in and give it a try, as way to share something positive, entertaining and informative with the community they cherish.

In order of appearance (on the station):

Osman Sen-Chadun (aka Oz)

I'm the founder of Lockdown FM, and I've lived in Chandler's Ford for 22 years with my wife Gamze, and kids Onur (15) and Elanur (5). I've been involved in broadcasting for nearly 35 years, mainly on the technical side working on transmitters, etc, and also as a community radio presenter.

I'm passionate about all types of music, particularly world music, and specialise in what I can only describe as 'tropical music genres'; reggae, sega, soca, zouk, etc - my parents are from Mauritius, so I guess its in my blood! I sometimes drive my wife and kids mad when they're stuck in the car with me listening to playlists that jump from opera to reggae, Italian pop, (my favourite singer is Laura Pausini), to Drum 'n' Bass, Bulgarian "turbo-folk" to country music and lots, lots more.

I care deeply about the environment and how we'll protect our planet for future generations, so seeing the effect that coronavirus has had on the environment has been a real eye opener. I also value our community, and started Lockdown FM as a way to support our local area during this difficult time. Having been in "extended isolation" since February following open-heart surgery, coronavirus could be fatal to me if contracted, so other than walks in my local area to rebuild my cardiac stamina, I've been unable to leave my home as usual for almost 6 months now.

Having been stuck at home for this long watching too much news and looking at way too much social media, I began to feel despondent about the volume of negative information I was getting swamped with. I realised others in the community must be feeling the same way due to lockdown, so my son Onur (below), and I, started Lockdown FM as a radio station focused on the local community, promoting positivity, accurate information, entertainment and support.
Onur Sen-Chadun AKA The Groovy Pelican

hi, i'm onur. i'm 15 years old and i'm in year 10 at thornden school. i like to sleep a lot and i think i was definitely born in the wrong generation, given my music taste is very different to others.

i'm probably the only guy you'll meet that expresses kindness to both hippies and punks, through the velvet underground... if you know, you know!

anyway, please check out my show. it's pretty cool, i guess...

see you there 🙂
Greg Mudd

Greg has lived in Chandlers Ford since 2015, having previously lived in Bassett and Fair Oak. He is married and has a four year old daughter.

Greg is a professional musician and lecturer, specialising in the electric bass and double bass.

He has been fortunate to perform and record with an array of different artists at a wide variety of venues and events across the UK and overseas; from festivals and concert halls through to aircraft carriers! He also composes music in a range of styles, but particularly for solo bass guitar.

Greg is the Professor of Bass Guitar at The Royal Marines School of Music and Lecturer of Developing the Musician at Solent University.
Jef Powell

Hi, I'm Jef. I live in Lockerley near Romsey with 2 cats, 2 budgies, a lurcher and my wife - who is a big fan of Lockdown FM, (the lurcher that is!).

I've been a Mobile DJ & Presenter locally for close to 1000 years!

I'm a massive Earth Wind & Fire fan, I once spent the night in a phone box on the Isle of Wight, (long story), and my favourite meal is a full English breakfast. I also like to collect loud shirts.

During the lockdown, I have spent my time building a garden shed from scrap wood & beer bottle tops!...

Stay Safe.
Zofia Rogers

I’m Zofia and I’m currently a student at the University of Birmingham, so coronavirus has sent me back to living at home with my family in Southampton.

Usually at Uni I have my own shows on our student run radio station ‘Burn FM’, and I probably spend more time in the Burn studio than I do in the library!

I also love yoga, Joe Wicks workouts, (search them up on YouTube and have a go!), baking and travelling.

I hope to travel after I graduate next year but who knows what will happen with Corona!
Shaun O’Brien

My name is Shaun O’Brien, and I have always lived within the Romsey area.

I have a background in Hospital Radio and Presenter/producer on Community Radio.

I am registered blind but refuse to let that stopping me from entertaining people.
Carl Maskelyne

Carl has lived in Chandler's Ford for around 13 years and has two children Joseph & Emily. He runs a local digital market agency and is involved with the Support Local Business, Chandler’s Ford and Chandlers Ford Memories Facebook pages.

Carl is a Saints supporter and enjoys playing football, cycling and photography. He is passionate about music and his pride and joy is a 1958 jukebox. He loves all music but has a soft spot for the 60’s, 80’s, soul, dance and indie.

His favourite band is Depeche Mode and favourite live act is Faithless. His first single was Altered Images – See Those Eyes, and first album The Human League – Dare.
David Gates

David has been a DJ since the young age of 14, working mobile with his elder mate Trev driving a mini. His first professional job as a DJ was in 1973 at Pontins holiday park in Brixham, Devon, when he was just 17.

David then moved on to become a sound engineer for a band that won Opportunity Knocks and went on to have several number one singles.

After the glamorous life on the road, David returned to DJ'ing in night clubs including The Odeon Leicester Square and also more mobile work.

In 1983 David moved into radio with his first Job on a well known London pirate, where he had a daily audience of 150.000 people until the government put a stop to that.

David then moved to the Middle East to work on a radio station called the 'Voice of Peace', although he did not have the sea legs, and lasted only four weeks.

Back on dry land, David has worked in Southern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Jersey, along with three years on the West Coast in Los Angeles, Southern California.

David finally fully settled in Southampton in the nineties, where he worked as a radio consultant on several high profile local licence application's in the South and beyond.

David is looking forward to getting back behind the microphone at Lockdown FM as our afternoon presenter.
Rob Stevens

Rob hails from Chandlers' Ford, and his family are still here, though Rob, his wife and children are currently living in Egypt. Rob has worked as a Presenter on a number of commercial UK radio stations, and currently works as Programme Director and Presenter on a major radio station in Egypt. He has kindly made the time to join us on Lockdown FM, and through the power of technology and the Internet, is able to present his programme from abroad 🙂

Rob grew up between the UK and Al Ain, in the UAE. He has loved music from an early age. Because he can’t sing, or dance, he chose to play the songs on the radio…. When he’s not in the studio, he’s usually eating somewhere, or at the gym making up for the fact that he was eating somewhere. He used to have so many hobbies, but these days sleeping is a big friend of his! His star sign is Virgo. Fun fact: It took him 25 years to grow a beard.

Rob, do you speak any other languages?
Yes I do, I randomly make up words that have no meaning, so I guess you could call that a language! I learned French and German at school. I can only remember the basic’s now. But I can claim to speak some, but not a lot of Arabic

What advice would you give your 15 year old self?
SAVE MONEY, and stop eating as much!

What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?
I once ate an After 8 mint, at 7.30

If you were to spend your lifetime advocating a cause, what would it be?
That everyone is entitled to an opinion, you can educate people but not force your views on them. Everyone has a mind and a value. Respect should be universal.

What is your worst habit?
Putting things off, and then planning to never do that again. But that can wait until tomorrow

What are three things you cannot live without?
My beautiful family. Wife, Farah and our two children.

What superpower do you wish your pet had?
I have a Labrador. She is yellow and called Snoop Dawg. But she already has a super power. She has super stealth mode. When she thinks I'm sleeping she will activate stealth mode in order to sneak up on the end of the bed and sleep… She usually does it without me noticing.

What is the most embarrassing Halloween outfit you’ve ever worn? (Bonus points if you have a photo you’re willing to share!)
I honestly am so bad a dressing up, so rarely do it. The worst was when I was a “zombie” FBI agent. Only because I have the jacket. #Rubbish

Favourite musician of all time?
That’s a hard one, I don’t really have one favourite artist, usually it’s the songs that I associate with memories. However, after what happened with Arianna Grande and her concert in Manchester, going back and throwing a benefit concert for those affected took some guts, and I have nothing but respect for her.

Favourite TV show of all time?
I love the old 80’s and 90’s shows, like The A Team, Airwolf and Knight Rider. But recently its between “How I met your mother” or “My Name is Earl”.

Faeland is us - singer-songwriter Rebecca Nelson and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Jacob Morrison, from Stroud, UK. We're independent musicians - we write all our own songs & release our music independently. People have described the folk-inspired music we make as "acoustic heart pop", "soul-balm" and "worldly yet otherworldly". In 2017 decided to see what would happen if we made music our day job. It’s taken us on a huge journey but we love it and... we can’t stop! We make music to connect us to what truly matters - and it makes us happy when others find connection and joy in what we create too.

Acclaimed by BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson and championed in 2018 by BBC Introducing, fresh folk-pop talent Faeland are a bright new star on the map of modern acoustic music. 2020 sees the launch of their second album, and their music will be featured on the soundtrack for the film “23 Walks” starring Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake) and Alison Steadman (Gavin and Stacey) - due for release in commercial cinemas in September of this year.

An alchemical blend of the everyday and the otherworldly; their songs echo with age-old stories brought forth by modern voices. Their deep folk roots bring the steadiness of horse-drawn heartstring rhythms to soaring, sensuous - and at times playful - vocals.

However, it’s not all been fun and games. After their celebrated first album ‘All My Swim’ won over the modern folk scene, winning Albums of the Year 2018 from Folk Radio UK, Sam Bonham of BBC Introducing and Shire Folk Magazine - the harsh, unpredictable climate of the independent music scene led to a challenging year in 2019. The duo’s physical and mental health were tested to their limits, and they describe their upcoming second album as “An album of two halves. The first songs were written before burning out, and the rest after - so it’s been a journey, but all the richer for it. We learned some tough lessons about staying true to ourselves, and that really comes through now in the music.”

Join Faeland for their weekly livestreams via Facebook and Lockdown FM when they will bring their earthy yet ethereal music and song craft to an intimate free performance from their home to yours. Follow the sirens’ call to our deeper nature, and encounter soulful lullabies to soothe away the hustle and bustle. Be still for a moment, open your heart and let yourself be transported across vast open landscapes of moorland and sea, then back to the cosy everyday intimacy of a fireside and a fresh brew.
Matt Belsey

Hi, I’m Matt.

DJ / Producer / Travel Enthusiast
After Many years working at sea on cruise ships I have now come back to root myself to land life. In doing that I am keen to get back in to the radio scene.

Club DJ since I was 18 for nightclubs under the Deltic Group, and from then music just become my life. I produce music, achieved my degree at Solent Uni, was an Entertainments Manager within Royal Caribbean, released my music on Spotify, and was lucky enough to present for various radio stations in the past, and even involved in the launch of local radio station now known as Enham Radio under Enham Trust in Andover.

About Me:
I love to travel hence my previous career, learning to fly, chat too much, love people, and can normally be found outdoors.
G-RatGareth AKA DJ G-Rat

Gareth has been mixing Drum n Bass music for 20 years, from digital mixing to turntable vinyl mixing, and now back to digital mixing on the new Pioneer Rekordbox X-DJ platform.

Starting out on V-DJ when he was 14 years old, (when many didn’t agree with MP3 mixing), he forced himself to purchase Technics SL-1210 turntables and mix with vinyl by the age of 17. When he turned 18, he was was ready to play out in the clubs of Southampton, and ran his own nights as "The Sounds of the G-RAT ", then later as "Southcoast-DnB".

He ran free Drum n Bass or headliner events around Southampton for many years, and also played at many events in the area up to the age of 30. He's always loved his music, but as he got older he now only performs on online radio and still supports many artists around Southampton.

He hopes to bring Lockdown FM some club vibe entertainment every Saturday from 9 to 10pm with his Drum n Bass show, especially given there's no music events to attend to at the moment. He will bring you many styles of DnB that he enjoys to mix.
Cliff Proctor

Cliff has been involved in broadcasting for over 25 years, and is a broadcast engineer by profession.

He has a real eclectic music taste, with favourite artists like Mike Oldfield and Jean Michel Jarre, and a real love of classical music, along with Pop, Rock, Progressive Rock and Disco.

Cliff has been involved with Hospital Radio in Warwick for 20 years and leads their Monday team for much of that time. He has conducted outside broadcasts, interviewed a Britain’s Got Talent contestant, local charities and one of Cliff’s radio hero’s, Tony Blackburn.

He has the nickname “Radio Doctor” at work, and is like the Blackpool stick of Rock, with Radio through the centre instead. Cliff was a lover of the old style commercial local radio, spending 6 weeks doing work experience at BRMB when he was 15.

He also collects Radio Jingles, and even has his own personal cut!

Cliff enjoys cycling, photography, and travelling, as well as listening to the Radio.
Andrew Kingshott

Hi, my name is Kingshott, l am visual and audio artist, and have a background in DJ'ing.

I'm Interested in all styles of music, especially dance music, from house to Drum n Bass, and everything in between.

I am originally from the South East of England, but relocated to Wexford in the Republic of Ireland over a decade ago.