A familiar name returns to the airwaves

Dorchester’s local radio station KeeP106 has announced a familiar name is returning to the airwaves.

Former local radio presenter Dave Goulden is returning to the airwaves after a three year gap. Dave presented on Wessex FM before it was sold and rebranded to Greatest Hits will present his self titled show every Thursday from 8pm starting 9 February. The show promises two hours of music from the last 5 decades, local information and comment.

Dave said; “Local radio is in my blood as is Dorset so I wasn’t ever going to be that far away for the next chapter in my radio journey”.

Another former Wessex FM presenter moves from evenings to weekdays from 6 February. Kieran Williams has been with KeeP106 since launch and has been the popular presenter of late night love aired evenings at 10pm. His move to 10am is part of a refresh for the station which has a new sound during the day complimenting the specialist programmes each evening from 6pm.

Kieran, the stations programme director said; “KeeP106 offers a local alternative to the national radio stations with music from the 1970s to today. It is great to David Goulden with us who brings a wealth of experience to the team”.

KeeP106 won the licence to broadcast to the Dorchester area 5 years ago and is run entirely by volunteers.

Details on the radio station, advertising and sponsorship can be found at www.keep106.com