Discover the sounds from across the waves, 24 hours a day, at Albert Dock Radio. Live from Liverpool.
Great things have been arriving at Albert Dock. Shaping the City and far beyond. Music has always been an important part of this. Albert Dock Radio continues this story of sounds imported and now exported. You can tune in on a PC, Mac or via an iPhone or Android smartphone. Simply listen live here or download the TuneIn Radio app. Albert Dock Radio is also available on Smart Speakers! Just ask your device to “play Albert Dock Radio from TuneIn”.
Meet the team
Jason is one of the UKs most experienced radio broadcasters with 30 years working on Commercial and BBC radio.
He has a rich heritage in the North West of England having presented for Radio City, Radio Merseyside and Century FM, Manchester.
He has a passion for mentoring young talent and at Albert Dock Radio he will pass on his experience and skills to the talent of the future.
Ken Pye is Albert Dock Radios resident historian. He is the author of a number of books, and produced the Discover Liverpool series of DVD documentaries. He is a regular contributor to magazines, journals, newspapers, and television, and gives around ten local history lectures every month, as well as operating four tours per week for tourists. He is an Honorary Fellow of Liverpool Hope University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. A Scouser born and bred, Ken still lives in his home town, Liverpool.
Steve is an experienced radio presenter, broadcast engineer and DJ presenting on various radio stations around the North west and West Midlands including Signal Radio, Wish FM and Juice FM - Liverpool. Steve has a strong focus on the engagement of young people through collaboration and mentoring.
Sara has worked in broadcasting for a number of years and loves the idea of promoting the Albert Dock. She has great memories of this vibrant city including the Garden Festival, being at Liverpool Cathedral when Paul McCartney premiered his Liverpool Oratorio and seeing the Banksy Rat during the European Capital of Culture celebrations.
Her claims to fame are being in the same lift as Olympian Rebecca Adlington and being in a play with Lee from Steps before he was in Steps.
After presenting on hospital radio for a while, Jamie completed a Radio Production course at the Ariel Trust in Liverpool. Jamie went on to work at KCR FM in Knowsley where, during his time at the station, he presented a variety of shows. Following the station closure, Jamie joined Mersey FM in Kirkby, where he presented the weekday afternoon show.
Jamie is excited about returning to broadcasting and is relishing the prospect of becoming a part of the launch team at Albert Dock Radio.