The Big Drive Home With Kath and Aimee
It's the Big Drive Home, every weekday between 3pm and 7pm with Kath and Aimee. Keeping you up to date with all things Cornwall and with the best music selection on the dial.
More about Kath and Aimee:
"A chance meeting in a restaurant bonded us over the extortionate price of a fish pie! We knew we had found our person, and a brilliant friendship was born. We share a mutual love for all things radio, and we began volunteering together at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, a place close to our hearts as we both have daughters with additional health needs who have spent much of their life in hospital. Following training we presented a weekly show for 8 years, even managing to fit in a weekly show for a community radio station locally too!
We met with a BBC bigwig who loved what we were doing, and after 18 months of extensive training we began a weekly show segment on BBC Radio Cornwall. We were soon offered our own weekly show, which we continued to present for 2 years until covid hit and BBC local radio made the decision to end all double headed presenting across the board.
Following a successful podcast, the opportunity arose to work at the brilliant Rewind Radio and we have been a part of the presenting team since launch day! We kicked off with the weekend breakfast show which we loved, and now we present The Big Drive Home every weekday. To be a part of Cornwall's only independent radio station is a joy and a privilege and what a fantastic team we get to work with. It combines all the things we love, music, community and bringing people together. If you haven't listened join us as we do life together, the highs and lows, laugh (mainly at us) and you too can marvel at how we've managed unsupervised so far!"
More information about our sponsor:
Clotted Cream is our SPECIALITY!
With an unmistakable golden crust and a luxuriously rich flavour, you simply can’t beat our award-winning Trewithen Dairy Cornish Clotted Cream.
Made with milk from local Cornish herds, it’s perfect for spooning onto jam-laden scones or stirring into sauces for a creamy depth of flavour – delicious!
The core values of the Trewithen Dairy business have stayed the same since it started – local milk from local herds. Trewithen Dairy customers know they are getting quality and provenance from the heart of Cornwall.
One thing which certainly makes a difference is the quality of grazing we have here in Cornwall. There is a link between the proximity to the sea and temperate climate. Low-pressure storm systems suck up the water as they cross the Atlantic and, when they hit the land, the water falls as rain, depositing minerals and salts into the Cornish soil. This is Mother Nature at work. When you add the warm sunshine to the soil, the grasses which grow are full of nutrients and goodness the cows love.
7:00pm - Midnight
With Matt Tidball
Midnight - 6:00am
Great music, great memories all through the night
Early Saturday Morning Breakfast with Adrian Jones
6:00am - 8:00am
Waking up Cornwall every Saturday from 6am