Louise Bugeja goes Global with her Show… again!

Louise Bugeja has been with Roch Valley Radio since the beginning; in fact, we can say that she originally started at HFM before the amalgamation to Roch Valley Radio.

With over 12 years of broadcasting experience and never missing a show, Louise produces a Soul Scene Show on Tuesday evenings between 8 pm and 10 pm (GMT) playing 60’s and 70’s Motown and Northern Soul music, with requests welcome, Louise plays all the secret favourites and some that you may not have heard before.

On Wednesday evenings Louise hosts a 60s Request Show where listeners can request any 60’s song during the LIVE show, including rare and unreleased tracks.

Last year Louise started working with Keep The Faith Internet Radio which is dedicated to the fantastic sounds of 60’s & 70’s Soul, embracing Northern, Modern, Crossover and Tamla Motown and plays non stop round the clock to broadcast Louise’s Show from Roch Valley Radio.

Louise is pleased to announce that Gibraltar Gold Radio which also broadcasts in Spain will be broadcasting her show LIVE from our studios to their listeners too.

David Murphy, the Chairman, said “The dedication and research that Louise puts into her show is outstanding, the show is always a good listen and you learn something new each week. The patients love Louise’s show and the feedback from our local community is great too”.

If you would like to listen to Louise, please tune into Roch Valley Radio on Tuesday evenings between 8 pm and 10 pm or on Wednesday evenings between 8 pm and 10 pm, you can also listen again to Louise via our Listen Again section. https://www.rochvalleyradio.org.uk

Quiz Night Fundraiser with Creative Living Centre

Quiz Night Fundraiser with Creative Living Centre

On Saturday 30th March, from 7pm onwards at St Michael’s Parish Hall, Whitefield, ‘The Friend’s Choir’ will perform Songs from the Shows for an hour followed by a Quiz Night hosted by Roch Valley Radio!

All in a good cause for raising money for Creative Living Centre, working together for mental wellbeing and to support Roch Valley Hospital and Community Radio. This is a ticketed event at £5.

Some of the prizes include:

Win a meal for two at the fantastic ANATOLIAN GRILL famous for its succulent Turkish food 

Win tickets for FESTWICH the TRIBUTE MUSIC EXTRAVAGANSER in PRESTWICH  (5pack) 

Win a meal for two at the at one of Whitefield’s finest the BLUE BAY RESTAURANT succulent Bangladeshi food.

Win tickets to watch the table climbing SHAKERS at Gigg Lane .

Win two tickets for the legendry WINE TASTING EVENT at ANATOLIAN GRILL ,Turkish WINES AT their best 

Win tickets for THE BIG GRILL FOOD FEST at BURRS PARK 

Win a bottle of ” HOUSE OF COMMONS WHISKY signed by a famous PRIME MINISTER 

Many other prizes coming in ready for the Big Draw at our fundraiser on the 30th March GET YOUR TICKETS NOW.

GAME OFF: Rochdale Hornets vs York City Knights

GAME OFF: Rochdale Hornets vs York City Knights

Today’s Betfred Championship fixture between Rochdale Hornets & York City Knights has been called off due to bad weather conditions

We are arrived at the ground at around 1pm and once the press area opened just before 1.30pm we could see that there was some doubt in the game as there was a cover on the pitch which on top was the rain that had fell through the morning and early afternoon.

We came on air at 2pm and the groundstaff were at work to try and get the game on but just after 3pm the game was confirmed as off due to safety concerns.

In a club statement the Hornets said: “TODAY’S scheduled fixture against York City Knights has been cancelled due to safety concerns.

Due to adverse weather and high winds, the ground staff have been unable to remove pitch covers and erect rugby posts in a safe manner.

Rochdale Hornets have worked closely with ground staff and an external contractor exploring all possibilities to allow the game to take place which included delaying kick off in the hope we would have a window where the sheets could be removed and posts could be erected safely.

Rochdale Hornets CEO, Steve Kerr said: “Whilst we are extremely disappointed and frustrated by this situation the safety of all staff in the stadium is paramount.

“We will work hard over the coming days with Rochdale AFC, the stadium company and the Rugby Football League to come to a solution on this and rearrange the fixture.

“Finally I would like to apologise to both sets of players, staff and all supporters who have travelled far and wide to support their teams.

“I would especially like to extend my apologies to the large number of York City Knights supporters who have travelled today.”

Roch Valley Radio is proud to bring you commentary of EVERY one Rochdale Hornets’ home games.