Winner of 2016/17's morning show of the year. Qwensday Mornings witnessed the birth of Tom Qwen with StormFM. The show went live every Wednesday at 10am and provided listeners with a mix of funk classics, fresh break, a touch of Hip-Hop, and special shows including interviews with local underground talent and event organisers.
Tom has since moved to the evening slot later in the day with his new show Qwensday Evenings.
Both show are available on our catch up page.
George Faire & Simon Oxberry joined Qwen to discuss U Know Festival, a small festival heading into it's second year. The guys brought in a taster from each of the stages to give listeners an idea of what to expect at what's sure to be an incredible second year for the Festival.Listen Now
This show starts slow with some laid back funk and soul before taking things up a notch after the 15 minute mark. Expect house hold names with a twist. The likes of James Brown & Bruno Mars are on the receiving end of some incredible remixes provided by Father Funk & X-Ray Ted.Listen Now
This week on Qwensday Mornings I provide a mix of funk with influences of hip-hop, swing and breakbeats to help you get over the mid week blues.Listen Now
Qwen is joined by FlowerTek, 1/4 of the Ritual Collective, a group who've spent the past year hosting events along the North Wales coast line. The show centres around funky breakbeats with discussion on the collective, funk and events up and down the coast line.Listen Now
The second episode of Qwensday Mornings - The show has a range of breakbeats and classic funk with the likes of Wild Cherry, James Brown, FatherFunk, C2C, X-Ray Ted, Will Smith & The All Good Funk Alliance.Listen Now