Trevor Richards

Lunchtime Buffet, Soul Searching, Country Show

Born into a family of music lovers Trevor Richards began DJ'ing at the age of three when he was given a record player at Christmas, by the time he fifteen he was already Dj'ing in youth clubs and launched as a mobile DJ when he was eighteen.

Working for the BBC's Engineering division for over 15 years, he still found time to join his first Hospital Radio station, Radio Whittington, which became North London Radio  at the age of twenty one and presented programmes to the patients and staff of the Whittington Hospital In Highgate and the Northern Hospital in Holloway for over four years until he moved out of the area.

Trevor joined 'Radio Barnet' at Barnet General and spent eighteen years presenting evening shows before family responsibilities forced him to take a break.

In 2011 he joined 'Watford Hospital Radio' where he presented a lunchtime show until 2018.

Trevor joined AJK Radio in 2016 and has presented regularly ever since. Join him every lunchtime for his 'Lunchtime Buffet, Thursday evenings for his Soul show and on a Sunday evening for two hours of Country music!

Trevor loves Cars, Music, Old Movies, Swimming, Cooking and eating! His regular question 'Can we get any food here' is heard in pubs and shops throughout the local area.

Twitter: @TrevRichardsDJ 

Trevor Richards

Trevor Richards

Carl Jorgensen

Carl’s Musical Experience

Carl was born in God's country.  In honour of this England won a world cup he likes to think.  Music formed an important part of his childhood.  Mostly it it revolved around his brother playing Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath an his mum shouting "turn that racket down I can't hear myself think."  Despite this Carl developed an eclectic taste in music.  By the time he was a teenager he was listening to ABBA and Frank Zappa, although he didn't tell his ABBA loving friends about Frank and vice versa.  In the mean time he tried desperately to become the next Jimi Hendrix but due to a lack of practice, the right equipment and any discernable talent, that idea was put on the shelf.

As a self confessed music horder,  Carl ended up with a record and CD collection that, in his own words, "contains at least one thing that everyone will love and one thing that will drive people to pick up the nearest heavy blunt instrument to smash up the music system."  Despite years of counselling and aversion therapy, no cure has been found for his affliction.

Twitter: @CarlJorgensen

Carl Jorgensen

Carl Jorgensen

Justin BEattie

Jukebox Jams, The Breakfast Show, Rock Rampage

Mutli-award winning radio presenter Justin Beattie joined our radio station in May 2018 from The Pulse HR in Watford.

He is no stranger to the live entertainment environment as during the 90s Justin was both a live DJ and a lead guitarist in various bands. 

His shows are usually made up as he goes along with very little preparation which can often leave the listener on the edge of their seat! 

He can be heard on The Breakfast Show 7am-9am weekday mornings; The Rock Rampage 5pm-6pm Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri as well as on Jukebox Jams Thursdays 6pm-8pm.

He also recently launched a podcast which usually includes clips from recent AJK Radio broadcasts (click his picture to find out more...)

Twitter: @JustinRadio 


Paul Beavis

The Decades Mix

Hi I’m Paul and I present The Decades Mix Radio show every Wednesday between 7 and 9pm. I enjoy listening to a wide variety of different music and I have had a passion for radio ever since a young age.

Twitter: @ajkradio_paul 

Paul Beavis

Paul Beavis

Alex Kelly

The 60s/70s/80s, Dash Through The Decades

AJK Radio is the idea of Alex Kelly.

Alex has learnt his radio craft over the last 25 years via Hospital Radio, he has a passion for music and technology.

Twitter: @AJK_Radio

Alex Kelly

Alex Kelly