Sam McFerran

Swing Jock. Radio Presenter Belfast 89FM December 2015 To Present.

Radio Presenter Love Radio Belfast January 2014 To Present. Presenter of The Sunday Love Songs 7.00pm - 9.00pm. An internet radio station playing 24hour Classic Love Songs and Easy Listening Music, broadcasting across the world on the internet, and is expanding rapidly.

Radio Presenter Knot FM Radio January 2013 To September 2015. Harding Road, ST1 3AE Hanley, Stoke-On-Trent, United Kingdom Presenter of The Sunday Love Songs 5.00pm - 7.00pm. Presenter of The Monday Evening Show 7.00pm - 9.00pm. Both these programmes were recorded, voice tracked from home, and edited for listeners in North Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent.

Radio Presenter Buzz Radio.FM January 2011 – June 2012 Londonderry, Northern Ireland, UK Buzz Radio: A Wi-Fi Radio and internet radio: Is a superior service in internet radio listening across the World, and is still expanding rapidly. Presenter of the Sunday morning Mid-Morning Show 10.00am - 1.00pm (UK Time)

Radio Presenter Carrickfergus 107.6FM December 2004 – December 2011 Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. Carrickfergus 107.6FM Breakfast Show Presenter. 8.00am - 11.00am Moved to Evening Show Presenter. 6.00pm - 9.00pm Carrickfergus 107.6FM An RSL Station: Broadcasting to Carrickfergus and the surrounding area, supporting local community events and festivals

Radio Presenter Cuan FM August 2011 – August 2011 Kircubbin, Newtownards, Co. Down, Northern Ireland UK. An RSL Station. Peninsula Healthy Living Partnership (PHLP) a community based organisation that is committed to health improvement through partnership, community involvement, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles. PHLP is the lead partner on the Cuan FM project.

Drivetime Presenter/Swing Jock Radio Presenter Northern Media Group June 2006 – October 2007. Newry, Ballymena, Cookstown. Northern Ireland, UK

Five FM: A brand new station for the Newry & Mourne Area. Swing jock for the Weekday/ Weekend Breakfast Shows. Mid-morning shows & Drivetime

Seven FM, the North East's station at Ballymena. Swing Jock for Weekday and Weekend Breakfast Shows, Mid-morning, Afternoon Drivetime and Late evening shows.

Mid-Ulster's Six FM, Swing Jock for Mid-morning & Afternoon Drive Shows, Saturday & Sport Shows. Also hired for regular slot at Six FM for the Weekday Evening Show "Six to the Max" between 7pm & 11pm, playing the 70s at 7, 80s at 8, 90s at 9, and the Six FM Most Wanted between 10 & 11pm. 2008-2009 Presented Mid Ulster's Six FM. Sunday Afternoon Show 2pm-6pm.

Radio Presenter Bangor FM 106. CN Group August 2006 – August 2006 Bangor, Co Down, Northern Ireland, UK Bangor FM 106.3" Weekday Drivetime Show 3pm-6pm, A RSL Station setup for local festivals

Radio Presenter The Q Radio Network Of Station November 2002 – June 2006. Omagh, Enniskillen, Londonderry & Coleraine, Northern Ireland, UK Hired to Present Weekday and Weekend breakfast shows on Q101.2FM West. Went on to host a number of various other programme's on Q101.2FM such as the Weekday and Weekend mid-morning shows, Drivetime Shows, Early and Late Evening programme's, and also the Saturday and Sunday Afternoon Sport Shows. Regular presenter for 6 months on Q102 on the Late Night programme "The Q Overnight Express". Broadcasting all over the 3 Q Network Stations, and broadcasting on Digital Radio and Worldwide on the Internet. Presenter of the Q102 Saturday Night Late Show 9pm & 1am. Swing jock at Q102 Weekdays and Weekends covering the Breakfast, Mid-morning, Drivetime shows, The Late Shows (Including Lovers Around 11). Saturday Sport Show. Q102 Sunday morning "Jukebox" Show 10am - 1pm" Swing jock for Sunday Afternoon and Early and Late Evening Sunday shows. Twice, covered, the Sunday night Q102 Total 80's Show. 2004 Hired to present the Weekday Afternoon Show on the Q Network's Q97 station in Coleraine. September 2005 requested to return back to Q101.2FM West to present the Late Show from 9pm-1am. The programme was later transferred to Q102 in late 2006 and broadcast over the 3 Q Network stations nightly from 11pm-2am and later extended to 3am. Broadcasting on Digital Radio and Worldwide on the Internet.

Radio Presenter CN Group, Citybeat 96.7FM November 1999 – November 2002 Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK The CN Group owns three radio stations: The Bay Belfast CityBeat Lakeland Radio Citybeat (formerly known as "Belfast CityBeat") A Northern Irish radio station playing a mixture of songs from the early 1980s right up to more modern music from the late 1980s and beyond as well as local news, sport and information. Citybeat then reached a weekly audience of 144,000 listeners in Belfast, around 25% of the adult population. Hired to Present the Late Night Weekend Programmes, Swing jock for "Citybeat Goes Upbeat" on Saturday nights, a show of Disco, Dance, Party and Pop which went out between 10.00pm - 2.00am, Swing jock for the Sunday Afternoon Show 5.00pm - 9.00pm.

Radio Presenter Vibe FM. December 2000 – December 2000 Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. An RSL Station: Broadcasting to Carrickfergus and the surrounding area, supporting the local community in the run up to Christmas.

Radio Presenter Radio CarrickfergusFM December 1999 – December 1999 Carrickfergus, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK An RSL Station: Broadcasting from the Knight Ride Centre Carrickfergus, to Carrickfergus and the surrounding area, supporting the local community in the run up to Christmas.

Senior Medical Pathology Technician UK National Health Service August 1977 – October 1998

Sam is a Presenter at Q Radio 101.2.

Sam was a Presenter at Belfast 89FM until March 2019.

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