Meet The Team

Meet The Team

At Avondale Radio

Les Hoggan (Secretary/Station Director/Presenter)

After a boring life in IT, I escaped in 2015 to pursue a career in photography, Creative Strathaven/Frets Creative and running Strathaven Echoes. Our paper has a regular feature called ‘The people who make our community’ and that is the theme of my show “Avon Valley Discs/Meet Avondale’s Community”. You will hear all about their lives and their music, their likes and also what Avondale means to them. I

Kenny Quigley (Chairman/Station Director/Presenter)
Hi I’m Kenny Quigley presenter of the Breakfast show Monday to Friday. Now happily retired and living in Avondale I was keen to be involved in some way with the local community. Having volunteered during lockdown on another community radio station I felt that there was an opportunity for a station within Avondale.  Along with my partner  Nancy Luke and Les Hoggan we started the process in the spring of 2021 and with a lot of hard work from ourselves and a small band of volunteers we launched  Avondale Radio in March 2022. Back in time I was a club DJ in Glasgow for over 20 years followed by a proper job in sales. I continued to do the odd DJ gig and also picked up the guitar again playing in various cover bands. Music continues to be passion and being able to present on air and also to play with the Avondale Radio Band from time to time is a genuine joy.

Nancy Luke (Treasurer/Station Director / Station Scheduler/ Presenter)

Hi, I’m Nancy and I schedule the amazing variety of programmes that you hear on Avondale Radio. It was a steep learning curve from my previous job, as before I retired, I was a Community Physiotherapist in Lanarkshire.

I present two shows on the station – Celtic & Eclectic, which is a programme of traditional and contemporary music from Scotland and around the world. This show also includes information about festivals and interviews with artists. For variety I present Women’s Work – a show featuring music, which is written by, or performed by women.

When I am not building the weekly Avondale Radio output, or finding music for my shows, I love pottery, painting, gardening, knitting, learning Gaelic and of course playing the bodhran.

Bill Campbell (Station Manager/Presenter)

Hi, my name is Bill Campbell.
Despite not having a musical bone in my body, I have appreciated
recorded music for most of my life. I am always amazed when anyone tells me that they don’t like/listen to music. Everybody’s life should have a soundtrack. My personal music collection numbers well over 4000 items across all formats (well, no 78’s), and after a long absence, I have returned to attending live music events as well, spurred on by the excellent Frets Concerts at the Strathaven Hotel.
Apart from music, one of my other main passions is American Football. I’m a long-suffering New York Jets fan, and have even managed to get along to see them twice. Closer to home, I have a long interest in the domestic game, having been involved with the East Kilbride Pirates since 1990. Lockdown also saw me drawn into collecting NFL Trading Cards, a hobby that both me and my bank manager may live to regret.
My weekly show on Avondale Radio (Thursdays 6-8pm) is called Made In Scotland and will be a celebration of Scottish pop & rock across the years. It will feature many of your favourites, and maybe one or two that are not just so familiar.

Ian Pitt (Sponsorship Co-ordinator/ Presenter)

Hi there, my name is Ian Pitt and I present 3 shows on Avondale Radio. Avondale Radio 70’s show on Saturday between 4pm and 6pm featuring glam rock, prog rock, punk rock, disco, new wave and everything in between

Avondale Radio 60’s show on Sunday between 4pm and 6pm featuring all the hits from the 60s not just my favourites

Prog Rock through the Decades Sunday Evening 8pm to 10pm – old favourites and new favourites from King Crimson & Pink Floyd to Porcupine Tree & Dream Theater

In my spare time I’m involved with Strathaven Striders Running Club which gets me out and about 3 evenings per week. I also practice Guitar (badly) and have recently been promoted by the good lady to Head of Vegetables in the garden greenhouse. I’m still working as a Demand Planning Analyst in the Whisky Industry so as you can see I have quite a bit of juggling to do – but I wouldn’t have it any other way. My grand-daughter Averie comes into the mix as well – you might hear her dulcet tones on the radio at some future point. I listen to all types of music form 50s right up to the present day

Angela Foster (Events Co-ordinator/Presenter)

Hi, I’m Angela and I will present Musical Melodies. I will be bringing hits from Broadway and the modern day, including film adaptations, for your listening pleasure. I have always loved musicals and how they can transport you to another world, that has you rooting for the heroine or picturing yourself high on an Austrian mountain top singing your heart out. Growing up, I had the full Rogers and Hammerstein collection to content myself with and have loved those shows ever since. I think the Sound of Music VHS had to be replaced. I watched it so often! The local community has plenty to offer show wise, and I have been fortunate enough to attend many of these productions and I am partial to a festival or two. My preferred music genre is rock, but I can listen to almost anything.  

In my other show,  Rock ‘n Riffs, I can channel my inner rock goddess.  So tune in every Friday evening from 8 till 10 and I will play old favourites of yours and mine, and I’ll introduce you to new bands just emerging onto the scene.

Rock ‘n Riffs with Angela – we will rock the night away.

Niamh Boyle (Marketing Manager/ Presenter)

Hi I’m Niamh, my role is to work on the marketing and social media presence for Avondale Radio. I also host Sleepless Nights on a Friday night from 10pm-12am where I can subject people to my music taste and obsession of internet culture. Apart from that I also enjoy running, trying to read through as many modern classic books as possible and of course music including anything from hyper pop, electronic to K-pop and alternative.

Matt Watt (Marketing Team)

Hi I’m Matt, I’m a Business graduate who is one of the marketing Executives for Avondale Radio. I really enjoy music and in my spare time I play the bagpipes. Although working more behind the scenes, as a team we have worked hard to bring this to the local community. I created the logo for the station and I’m looking forward to create more content in the future so stay posted on our social media pages. 

Andrew Muirhead (Presenter)

Music can make you happy, it can make you sad. It can pump you, it can calm you down. It can make you bring back memories of a time, a place or a person. It truly is a wonderful thing. I don’t recall exactly when I fell in love with music but I’ve been tapping my toes from an early age. I don’t play a musical instrument. Sorry, not entirely true. I did, in my pre-teen years, play the accordion. I grew up in era of Andy Stewart, The Alexander Brothers and Kenneth McKellar so it was sort of inevitable. However, huckling half a piano about was not really an option so it didn’t progress too far. Apart from music I like, when I can and funds allow, to travel and, if the name seems vaguely familiar you may have have seen it on a poster for Rankin File Drama Group in Strathaven because that is my other passion. However, it’s now about you, the listener, and, hopefully, during the show I’ll be playing something that appeals to you. It’s great to be involved with the station and, maybe, meet some of you. Stay well.

Crossbeats Team (Presenters)

We are the Crossbeats team – enthusiasts in contemporary and alternative music.  As well as showcasing well-known bands and musicians, we also feature new, emerging talent from around the world.  We enjoy the wide variety of exciting music in the contemporary Christian music scene – rock, Indie, folk, celtic, bluegrass etc. and we love playing listeners’ requests. 

Every week ‘Countdown to Crossbeats’ at 2pm on Wednesdays and 8am on Sundays leads in to “Crossbeats” at 3-4pm on Wednesdays and 9-10 am on Sundays. Our show is a mix of music and chat. We share banter and discussion, interview artists and explore the lyrics and stories behind their songs.

The Crossbeats team is: (l to r above) Murray Herbert, Angus Allan, Calum Stark, Chris Macrae, Liz Stark and Graeme Lacey.   We are great friends, real enthusiasts for the music we play and we share a lot in our lives together in Avendale Church. We’d love you to join us for Crossbeats every week – “Music to Feed Your Soul”.

Andi Struthers (Presenter)

I am Andi Struthers, born and brought up in Glassford or The Glessart. as it is better known .My love of music,  started when I was given a Red Dansette Record Player, for Xmas  when  I was 10. I  was a proud member of the  David Bowie,The Monkees  & the David Cassidy Fan Clubs back in the day and can still remember seeing David Cassidy in the early 70s, when he made a pit stop  to The Olympia in East Kilbride .My passion for all things Radio ,started when I used to listen to Radio Luxembourg,& Radio Caroline , and in particular to Johnnie Walker , of whom I am still a huge fan of to this day. Musically I love everything from Alexander Brothers, to Brothers Osborne ,to The Brothers Johnson ,with  my favorite genre of music being Soul/Funk& Disco. I joined Hospital Radio in my early 20s and in later years ,have been lucky enough  to have been involved in a few local Radio stations. So I am delighted to be  involved in  Avondale Radio and look forward to playing you some relaxing  Late Night Love Songs.

Fred Ellsworth (Presenter)
I’m Fred Ellsworth. Having taught History for over thirty years, I’m now a Commonwealth War Graves Commission volunteer who provides talks and tours around Avondale and beyond. In 2002 I presented an eleven part radio series on Avondale’s Roll of Honour, with each episode placing the lives of those who died within the events of the two World Wars and including music, songs, poems and first-hand accounts.                                                                                              Having also presented sixty episodes of Classic Albums, my current Tracks in Time show features two hours of album orientated folk, country and rock music. Along with featured albums and individual tracks, you can expect album reviews and the stories behind the music, as well as general chat about what’s current in the media and what’s not so current on this day in history. Other than music and history, I’m interested in books, art, film, politics (really) and most sports, although sporting activity is pretty much limited to playing golf these days. I’m still learning Italian and entertaining my Korat cat, Lewis. 

Billy Stewart (Presenter)

I’m a Folk Singer/Songwriter from the Lanarkshire village of Overtown. I perform with and I’m a founder member of the popular Scottish folk band HAGGERDASH with whom I have recorded several CDs.  I am is also involved with Stonehouse Folk Club and The Lanarkshire Songwriters. I’m the presenter of Folk ‘N’ Everything on Avondale Radio having previously been a presenter of Folk Music programmes on Avon FM and Alive FM. My programme will include mainly Folk music but will have sprinkling of everything else. You are certainly likely to find many of the influences on my  music from The Corries, McCalmans, Gaberlunzie and Hamish Imlach to name but a few right through to Lonnie Donegan, John Prine, Kate Wolf and Steve Earle.

Fiona Preston (Presenter)

Hi I’m Fiona. Following a long career with one of the ‘Big Six’ energy companies I left to seek pastures new through my writing, mostly as a hobby and from a very young age (once upon a time…). I have two books published, with the third one in my Arnasaid Trilogy almost complete. I also write children’s books and currently, ‘The Glugg Beastie Belly Gang’ is being illustrated. I will be presenting The Book Club on a monthly basis as part of Avondale Radio’s new club series. I plan to make The Book Club a bit different to regular book clubs (think off-piste, tangents etc.!) I will be inviting lots of fabulous local writers to join in the happy chat around writing, publishing and marketing, interspersed with some eclectic choices of music. I have been involved with amateur musicals since I was a teenager, firstly as a playing member then as a producer and had my own theatre group for twelve years. I now sing with one of the largest choirs in the UK, Merchant Voices.

Tam Nardini (Presenter)

Hi, my name is Tam Nardini and I present  Lunchtime with Tam, in collaboration with my beautiful assistant.             I’m retired now from working for Rolls-Royce for 40 years.   I have played guitar in rock bands since I was 14 and only recently stopped playing.  I am passionate about music especially Rock and Metal but I listen to a variety of different types of music and this will be reflected in my lunchtime show.  Love live music and really glad to see the live scene picking up after the last few years. Kept busy babysitting my granddaughter and grandson and now excited to be entertaining you here at Avondale Radio!  Hope you enjoy the show and please get in touch with any requests or suggestions for what you would like to hear in the show.

Stevie Maxwell (Presenter)

Hi, I’m Stevie, and I have been involved in music in one way or another since I was a teenager. My first band which I joined as lead singer when I was 19 were called Max & The Factors (yes, I know 🙄), which really gave me a desire to always be involved in music in one way or another. I have worked as a DJ at various times over the past 25 years, including a stint as a Wedding DJ while living in Portugal, where I did a bit of radio work as well. In recent years I have been playing in a band again with a great bunch of guys who have similar tastes in music as myself, and we have recently got back into rehearsals after Covid. I love all music, as the quote goes, Motörhead to Mantovani, but my biggest love is Rock music, all types of the genre from Classic, folk, country, Southern, Prog, Glam and everything in between, and this is what I will be covering in my show, Sounds from the Howf, where I will delve in to the deeper cuts in some well known albums, introduce some new tracks and revisit some old bands you may have forgotten about, also telling stories about the tracks I play and remembering great (or not so great) gigs from my memory and that of anyone who would like to share their stories with us. I look forward to this new beginning and bringing my own little world to you all, Cheers, Stevie Max.

Heather Young (Presenter)
My name is Heather and I am a retired midwife . Like most nurses l can chat and party in equal measure! and after a busy career l am loving this chapter of my life.
I enjoy nothing more than meeting up with friends and family with plenty of holidays and weekends away . Seriously what’s not to love !
Becoming a presenter on Avondale Radio is exciting, fun and challenging. Learning through challenges is good for the mind and music is good for the soul . 
My music choices are varied from 70s through to the present day and includes different musical genres. I believe having an eclectic taste in music is a positive thing especially for a day time show. My show will include topical chat and random blether  you can join me on Thursdays 2-4 pm 

Katy “KT” Watson (Presenter)

Hi guys my name is Katy Watson, but I like to be known as KT. I have a love for music covering all genres. Music is something that helps me to relax, unwind or just make me think of good times. I hope to share emotive music both chill out and popular to help you forget about everyday stresses. Presenting is something I thoroughly enjoy and wish to continue in my future career. So, keep an ear out for me in the near future.

Stuart Quigley (Presenter)

G’day, I’m Stuart Quigley and will be bringing you the show Aussie Tracks, born in Glasgow and growing up in Castle Douglas and Ayr, I moved to Australia with my wife 38……yes 38 years ago! I have grown to love the Aussie lifestyle and music. I will bring you an eclectic mix of music from Down Under, some artists you will know and some you may never have heard of, but might inspire you to check them out a bit more. The music scene in Australia has always been vibrant and in my spare time I play bass in a cover band that’s been gigging for almost 20 years. Love to get out to see bands and enjoying the great outdoors with plenty of BBQ’s! If you have any favourite Aussie artists and would like to hear them on the show why not contact me through the Avondale Radio page.

Derrick Louden (Presenter)

I’m Derrick, happily retired after 38 years in the food industry & I now get to do what I always wanted! I’ve lived in Bothwell now for 33 years. I love travel, especially Asia where my work took me for over 30 years, Portugal & France, food, wine (too much), cycling, skiing, movies & most of all music, since my first punk concert in 1978 at the legendary Glasgow Apollo. I also ran a club in Glasgow with friends in 1985/1986 called SPLASH ONE. I recently co-sponsored & contributed a number of my concert photos to the recent book by Chris Brickley – “16 years : Gigs in Scotland 1974 – 1990”. I aim to focus mainly on the punk & post-punk from the period 1976 – 1979, but not exclusively & there will be music from all genres & periods before & after. I’m not a fan of musical labels & I believe there are only 2 types of music……good & bad & I aim to play only the good! I hope you will enjoy listening to music you may know & love & maybe you will be introduced to songs you haven’t heard before & hopefully you will enjoy those as well. Music you don’t know is just music you haven’t heard yet.

John Steele (Presenter)

Hi I’m John Steele and I’m a retired engineer and one of the many volunteers here at Avondale Radio. I started volunteering after my late wife passed away back in 2018. I was one of the founding members of the Stonehouse Men Shed helping to get it up and running in the village and now I’m doing a Radio show!! ( there’s no limits when you retire). I’m a very family orientated person and love nothing more than spending quality time with my daughter, son, daughter in law and especially my three grand daughters. I’m also a big football fan and love watching whether it’s on TV or live in a stadium.

Lewis (Presenter)

Lewis here. I am so excited to be a part of the Avondale Radio Family. I love all kinds of music, including rock and dance, but really enjoy listening to classical music with my dad. My show, Classically Unique will be playing traditional classical songs, as well as cover versions and film scores. My hobbies include building lego, collecting pokemon cards and all things dinosaur! which i may give you some facts on during my show!

Hope you can join me every Sunday between 10-11am.

Robert Howe & Nigel Thomson (Presenters)

Robert: I am a fairly unique creature in that I am Strathaven born and bred and lived in the community my entire life. I have been collecting jazz and other genres for over 55 years and have amassed a collection of over 10,000 albums in vinyl or CD format. I have a pretty decent collection of blues, soul, rhythm and blues, rock, folk and world music, however, my main love is jazz. My jazz collection pretty much covers the history of jazz but I take great pleasure in discovering new talent and following their career paths. Jazz is now universal and every country in the world has a jazz scene. This has enriched the music as cultures have been incorporated into the jazz language. I take great pleasure in introducing others into my sonic world and share the joy and pleasure that music can give us to make the world a better place.

Nigel: Retired a few years ago from the world of work and no looking back. Life is fun if I fill it with the right folk and activities. Rotary Club of Strathaven is one of my strong interests but I also find time to play golf, sing in a local choir and attend live music concerts’.

Ross Doig (Presenter)

Hello I’m Ross, presenter on Avondale, I present on Saturdays from 12-2pm hosting the Saturday lunchtime vibe. I study Broadcast Production at University with a focus on radio. In my spare time a like to hang out with friends and family, play video games and listen to music.

Davy Jones (Production Advisor)

Eddie Reid (Presenter)

My love affair with music comes from loving the background of radio from a very young age, always having the radio on in the background creating that soundtrack of your life. I have fond memories of listening to Radio Luxemburg and radio Caroline back in the days when the BBC had the only licences to broadcast…that gives away my age a wee bit doesn’t it?

You will find an eclectic mix of music on my personal playlists, however, country is without doubt my favourite genre. The C2C – Country 2 Country – festival is one of my favourite gigs and I have been fortunate to travel to Nashville for the CMA Fest several times and experience what can only be described as Disneyland for music, not just country. On my show you will have the opportunity to listen to some of the most famous and prolific country tracks and artists as well as some amazing music you may not have heard for a while.

I do hope you’ll join me.

Sandy and Jamie Woodhouse (Presenters)

Hey, we’re Sandy and Jamie, the Woodhouse brothers! We love gigs, movies, nature, and not taking life too seriously. As well as being brothers, we are best pals that talk for hours on end about art, politics, philosophy, what we ate for breakfast and any and all eccentric topics.

One half club DJ, one half folk-head, our love for music has only gotten bigger since our journey into the world of composing and music production. Now we are so keen to share the music we love with the world as we bring our eclectic tastes to Avondale Radio. Expect the classics along with latest releases for all things Folk, Rock, Indie, Country and Pop. We’ll also keep you up to date in the world of music, hosting current music chat, news, TV, film, and concert reviews.

Living in the Linlithgow/Edinburgh area, you can find Sandy most weekends at Edinburgh’s Cabaret Voltaire, Jamie at Edinburgh Napier University studying film, and both of us live on the airwaves 10:00pm till 11:00pm every Monday. We’ll see you there!

Andrew Tierney (Presenter)

Hi, I’m Andrew. I will be presenting Tunes from the Crypt. From a young age, I have always loved all forms of metal and extreme music. I have an HND in Creative Industries and studying BA Television at University. I play both Guitar and Bass and I play in a shoegaze band. I enjoy going to gigs and festivals. Looking forward to playing you some tunes on Thursday night at 23:00-01:00.

Mark Horsham (Presenter)

Hi I am Mark and I am currently presenting Drivetime. I was brought up in a household that continually played Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Fleetwood Mac and Status Quo and now with two daughters of my own I am constantly being introduced to new music that is out there.

I like all types of music and widening my musical horizons, however I must say that my favourite bands are Big Country and The Clash and I am of the opinion that there is no such thing as bad music, just different tastes.

My other passions are supporting my football team, which can be stressful at times, and I consider myself to be an athlete by playing bowls (as I tell my wife it is a sport.)

It’s a pleasure to join the great team at Avondale Radio and I hope you can join me by tuning into drivetime, Monday to Friday at 4pm where I will be playing a wide variety of great music.

Robert Laing (Presenter)

My name is Robert, I’m a local musician and I play piano as my main instrument. I also DJ and produce music in my spare time and upload tracks and mixes to YouTube and Soundcloud! I graduated from Glasgow Kelvin College having studied Sound Production and graduated from the University of the West of Scotland studying Commerical Music. I love listening to dance music & hip hop/rap!

Frances (Admin Assistant)

Hello, I am Frances and I will be helping the team with admin (trying to help!) Part of my role will include getting to know all our lovely sponsors and supporters, hopefully adding more to the team. As I have only lived in Strathaven for a few years this will give me the opportunity to meet more people in and around the area and maybe add to my hobbies. I enjoy knitting and sewing and through meeting a lovely lady I now also swim in Lochs, rivers and the sea! One day I may even agree to hosting a radio show.

Jo (Voiceover)

Hi everyone, I’m Jo and I’m the voice behind many of the jingles and advertisements you hear across all the radio shows on Avondale radio. I volunteered to support the station after getting the bug from doing a voice over for John Lewis and I’m so glad I did! It’s great being a part of a radio station which is so diverse with it’s presenters, shows, topics and music! When I’m not working, doing voice overs or mum duties, I enjoy getting out in the fresh air for a walk or when the weather isn’t so miserable, I’ll get out for a run. I love nothing better than ending a stressful day getting lost in a good book, which currently is anything by Stephen King.

Jill (Presenter)

Hi, I’m Jill. I manage Lanarkshire Larders and consult for Scottish Chamber of Commerce UK Finance Mentoring. I am also studying to be a professional chef although I do confess that I like to eat rather than cook food. I have over 20+ years experience in encompassing business development, marketing, program/project management and training workshop design and development. Throughout my life, I’ve been rather impactful having ran 3 businesses and was even selected for Lord Sugars’ The Apprentice 1st round.

I like scaring myself and have ‘dabbled’ in stand-comedy performing to a 200 full Glasgow audience; I loved it. Kudos to comedian Susan Calman who told me I have a talent for it; who knows.

‘Well life’s too short not to live your dreams’

Alan Clark and Jimmy Orr (Presenters)

Hi, we are the unlikely pair of Jimmy Orr and Alan Clark. (I mean just look at our photograph} We have been referred to as “The Odd Couple”, “Little and Large”, or even “The Big Handsome Chap with the Beard and his Pal”. The one thing we are, is lifelong friends, but equally we love great music which we are delighted to have the chance to share with you.

Jimmy is a retired quantity surveyor, who after some time in private practice, joined the complex maze of local authority design services, and managed to work himself up to the dizzy heights of Design Manager for North Lanarkshire Council. Over the years like a drummer in a lot of rock bands, he has hung about with a lot of musicians, and now he is making a concerted effort to join them by learning guitar at his local B.U.M.S. (Bothwell and Uddingston Men’s Shed). His lack of musical prowess, however, has not interfered with his taste in music, and his wish to share that with you.

Alan is a retired secondary school teacher, having taught in Lanarkshire for most of his career. He played in a Folk Group for many years, which grew his love of folk music. He simply loves performing and, acting has now become one of his main hobbies, appearing in Theatre, Musical Theatre, Film and TV. He has taken to the stage at the Edinburgh Fringe and appeared as a Supporting Artist in Badla, River City, Good Omens 2 and Outlander.

We are both very excited to be able to share time with you and enjoy wonderful music together. There have been many influences in our taste of music with folk music of all types, R & B, and Soul featuring strongly. But that doesn’t limit us, as you can’t beat a bit of Heavy Rock, Classic Rock, Pop, Trad Jazz, Big Band, and even Country. So really our show could feature a bit of anything and everything, and the only way to find out, will be to listen in to “The Songs That Shaped Us” on Sundays from 12 midday to 2.00 p.m.

Andy Stone (Presenter)
Hi, I’m Andy, presenter of the Blues programme on Avondale Radio, Have I Got Blues For You. Growing up in the 60’s with two older brothers there was always music to be heard in our house, from The Rolling Stones through Bob Dylan, Ten Years After to The Beach Boys. My brother and I would listen to Radio Luxembourg at night in our bedroom and during the day it was Radio Caroline.I got interested in The Blues in my late teens and have loved it ever since. I like lots of other styles of music from Prog to Pop, but my favourite type is live music, and I try to go to as many gigs as possible. I took up the Guitar late in life, but it is something I really enjoy, even if anyone listening to me play might not agree

Louise and Alan Mairs (Presenters)
Hi! We are Alan and Louise Mairs and have been playing music together since the early 1980’s and are regarded as foremost exponents of Bluegrass music in Scotland. We have toured four times in the USA, as a duo and also with the Mairs Family Band. As promoters of live music, we have hosted many local and touring international bands since 2008. We currently run a monthly live music night at Acoustic Cafe Nights@the Granary, Town Mill, Strathaven.
We are delighted to be part of Avondale Radio and look forward to presenting ‘Bluegrass Beats’ every Tuesday from 6-8pm. We will bring you two hours of the music we love, the high lonesome sound of Bluegrass music with a cool mix of Swing, Blues, Americana and featured guests from the USA, Europe and beyond.

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