You can tell that Chris Marsden has landed on his feet with his current job as he has little hesitation in naming the one item he couldn't be without if he was stranded on a desert island - a radio!
Sheffield-born Chris and his unique brand of madcap and unpredictable banter lights up the Sunshine FM airways every evening for the best Drivetime show on the Costa Blanca.
However, Chris' sublime professionalism in front of the microphone does not extend to his somewhat eccentric initial tastes in music. The first record he ever bought is hardly one to shout about, with Keith Harris and Orville's 'I Wish I Could Fly' about as embarrassing as it gets for a first purchase in a record shop. The Sunshine FM staff have vowed to stop him from ever dusting down his vinyl copy of the dreaded tune and disgracing our airwaves with it.
So great entertainment and quality music are guaranteed as Chris Marsden's Afternoon Show bursts into the Sunshine FM studio between 2pm and 5pm every weekday. This is one show you will not want to miss.
Airing ScheduleChris Marsden's Afternoon Show bursts into the Sunshine FM studio between 2pm and 5pm every weekday
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