Rod started DJ'ing way back in the 70's travelling around Yorkshire in an old GPO transit van. His first venture into radio was with Smooth FM 7 years ago with a weekly show " Step Back In Time". This quickly became 2 shows a week when he started presenting a Motown show. In partnership with Mark Deakin he took over Smooth FM and was at the helm for nearly 3 years presenting the Breakfast Show. Rod is back at Smooth FM presenting Sunday Love Songs from 8am till 10am.

A south east London boy, born and bred, and a Milwall fan obviously. I went to Forest Hills boys school where i had my first encounter with radio.
I joined the radio club where we made "mini shows" and presented to the school. The main claim to fame was at 15yrs old we got to present on Capital Radio. I've had a varied career since then but notably owning my own estate agency and finally my own pub. I would call myself an estate agent if pressed.
The pub was a live music venue which we had for 5 yrs, it rekindled my love of music. Now living in Spain i am delighted to be allowed to play with the knobs at Smooth FM.
Its like starting over at 15, a kid in a sweetie shop

Jack the man that wherever he lays his hat he calls home. A life spent in music as a Dj, Producer, Engineer, Radio Presenter, Jack has many different faces and Names when it comes to the music industry.
The Radio Presenter
The Producer making his own tracks since the early 90's
Ghost writer
The Dance DJ that plays house / techno / tribal at clubs festivals worldwide
For many years a record label owner / promoter running dance events as well as owning and running bars / pubs and clubs.
Getting Jack to write anything about himself impossible, getting Jack to talk impossible to Stop.

Richard was born in Birmingham, but lived in the North East of England for 33 years.
He worked in the oil transport industry in the Midlands for three years, then moved on to teach ice skating and produce ice shows in Durham City after winning the British Primary Ice Dance Championship in 1967.
Finally he worked for the Rank Organisation all over the NE of England and throughout Scotland for over 23 years.
He moved with his wife Eleanor to Spain in September 2001 and says it is the best thing he has ever done. His interests here in Spain are Smooth FM radio, Line Dancing, Driving and Gardening
Richard Bond features every Monday on the Jack Savage Show. He is our roving reporter for local info and all charity events and weekly updates.

Born and bred in Newcastle upon Tyne, left there in 1968 to join the Royal Navy. Did 12yrs in the fleet arm then went on to work at Normalair Garret(Westland Helicopters)
From there to various airports in the UK, servicing airlines equipment and aircraft. It was lousy money so left when they started cutting corners.
Got into construction, much better money and from there to health & safety officer. RetiredtoSpain and have been here 15yrs.... love it.
Was introduced to radio by the owner of Valle radio, Mike Hall, who told me he was popping out for a few minutes so just do this and that, then returned almost 2hrs later. That was me hooked.
Since then i have presented on Valle, Venom FM, Power radio, Storm FM and here i am now on Smooth. 12 years and still marching on.
I am sometimes know as Mr Opinionated or the Rant Man. Pet hates: Snakes, reptile and the human variety.People users, Leonard Cohen singing, Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

Gail currently presents her "Gail Force" show and a Classic Music show. 
Gail is a life-long music lover of everything from Heavy Rock to Classic Opera and prior to starting with Smooth FM, had presented her Rock & Blues Show on Valle Radio for 5 years, before Valle moved to Benidorm.
Gail has lived in Spain on a permanent basis for 14 years and currently lives in a 300-year old cortijo in the Almanzora Valley.

Grew up in South east London and started Dj work at the age of 12, doing events for my football team mainly at the Valley club. Home of Charlton Athletic.
Progressed to full mobile Dj at 17 and picked up resident at various venues across SE London and Kent.
Branched out, playing Soul at many venues including the Old Kent Road and Barking and got involved in the London pirate radio scene with JFM and Starpoint Radio.
I gave up on the music scene when it started to go into heavy house and concentrated more on work commitments. Came back to Dj to assist Mr James O'Reilly at the now legendary Wheatsheaf monthly soul event in Bromley in 2012.
In 2012 I linked up with Tony Norris a few "All Day'r" events and started to get back on the music scene. Together we launched SoulBeat Radio on the internet.
Now starting out in Almeria, Spain to share my love of Soul based music via radio and events.
The rest as they say is history. Join me on the next stage of life's great journey.

Born into a world of music and musicians in the days of the old ‘steam radio’ we had no television only the radio which brought the world into our houses and lives. Music was then a first love, even on the BBC light service; however when I could get a good signal ‘Radio Luxemburg’ was the station to listen to.
I missed out on the Pirate Radio era as I was wandering around in deep jungle many miles from here, the nearest we got to ‘pop music’ was the forces radio station in Singapore. I did not however everlose my love for music, and in later life I actually got to present music over the airwaves in the Americas’ in a little state called New York, oh no, not the City, but the state. We actually transmitted from Buffalo which to be honest is the other side ofthe country, but still in ‘New York State’.
Many years have passed, much water has flowed. Long story, but from those early days and with a good grounding in radio I have kept myself busy in the business and industry that we all know as Radio.Although never a seeker of fame, I have appeared with many of the top names in music and radio over those years and had a name as being a very reliable and versatile presenter and MC. Illness has caused me to pack in a few times, but once in the blood, it can never be removed, and so I hope to remain, if not at the top of the tree, somewhere within the branches on Smooth FM.

I got into music in the 60's playing mainly blues, as i was an avid Eric Clapton fan, as most of North London had graffiti saying "Clapton is a God.
I then spent the next 45 years in Telecoms & Finance, with the odd foray back into playing Blues, R&B and even Reaggae.
When I retired I moved to Spain and started following all the local bands, before playing in a couple and re-learning how to be a musician. What was apparent was that the local weekly free newspapers always told me what i had missed. The music forums helped in finding live music, but it was easy to miss so many good gigs and musicians.
So i started the "Almeria Gig Guide" - Live music covering five forums, a website, centre page spread of "what's on in PadPall Pages", and of course our fortnightly interview with Jack Savage on his morning show. Keeping our followers informed of the new bands and the latest in what's on.
I also started The Blues Club and "The Sonny Boy Blues Band", with my old mate Colin Barnard and together with Dustin Greenwood and John Stroud we gig regularly.
Monday Night Blues is a follow-on from our bands "Sunday Blues" sessions; an opportunity to pour yourselves a drink, sit back and listen to the blues.
Between The Almeria Gig Guide, the Blues Band, The Blues Club and following the other bands that we like, Linda and I chill out with our rescue dog Pasquale, who is more famous locally than we are!!

Ricky began his DJ career back in the early ninetiesricky1 and as such has travelled to far flung places including, China, Bahrain, Dubai, Algiers and Greece

Ricky brings his own brand of chaos to the afternoon shows playing all manner of genres but he particularly enjoys club anthems, R&B, hip hop, soul, urban, dance & house.

New to Smooth FM Live is Craig "Corky" Winters who will be playing you some of your favorite country music. Craig  has been involved in music radio and nightclubs for many years and has been presenting Corkys Country Show on Valle Radio & AMR Radio and many more.

I first got the radio bug when I was at school and I used to put two ancient hi-fi systems together and record my own shows
on a flat deck tape player (thankfully these tapes no longer exist).
Many years later at college in 1991, I worked on a charity station called Radio Cracker and knew this is what I wanted to do,
however with other things taking off I never really found the opportunity to pursue this until 2010
when a visit to the studios of Skyline Radio in Southampton reignited my enthusiasm for radio.