The following are audio interviews recorded by Brian Jones. You can listen to the former staff (and those still present) talking about those halcyon days, and also find out what your favourite presenters and staff are doing now. All the following audio interviews are presented in the real audio format.
Photo courtesy of Smooth Radio
Dave is now playing cool sounds at Smooth Radio 100.4, Sunday to Friday 10.00-14.00
Photo courtesy of Kyle Evans-Real Radio-Yorkshire and is exclusive to The Brian Jones Radio City Tribute Website.
Chris is currently on Radio Lincolnshire and Smooth Radio 100.4, and is "Getting back to playing tunes again".
Gillian Reynolds MBE
Photo courtesy of E4
Gillian is currently reviewing the sunday papers on Parkinson's sunday supplement on BBC Radio 2, and is the Daily Telegraph's radio critic and contributes to many programmes about the media.
Photo courtesy USP
Rob owns a leading digital broadcast content originator company-USP, and does extensive work within the radio industry.
Photo courtesy of BBC Wiltshire
Gavin is currently presenting a mid morning show on BBC Radio Wiltshire and has voiced many commercials and idents for Radio City, and was famously Sid the manager on Steve Wright In The Afternoon.
Photo courtesy of Alan Crowe
Phil's part in the history of Radio City is huge. We were all shocked to hear of his untimely death in February 2009.
The Bill Bingham Interview
Bill is still working in television, radio and the theatre.
Photo courtesy of BBC Radio
Carolyn is working in BBC Radio 4 news and continuity, and she says that she is still in her gap year. Carolyn worked in the Radio City newsroom during the time when Liverpool lost one of it's favourite sons, John Lennon.
Mark owns his own P.A. hire company, Altitude Productions Limited.
Photo courtesy of the late Joe Butler
It was with great sadness that I heard of the death of Joe after an illness. Although I never met Joe the conversation I had with him prior to the interview showed what a gent he was. Our thoughts are with his family.
Photo courtesy of Paul Rowley
An interview with a self-confessed radio anorak (but I would say fan). Here Paul Is standing outside the houses of Parliament. Paul has made numerous programmes about radio and especially about his radio hero-Kenny Everett.