You can hear Graham Seaman between 12.00pm and 2.00pm weekdays on BBC Wiltshire. It's two hours of whatever YOU want it to be plus Graham's unique, slightly off-centre, observational style.
From helping with ideas for a school fete or getting others to call in to tell you about that new car you're thinking of buying to making things happen for people in Wiltshire and generally fixing things. This show is entertainment with a capital E. It's all mixed with some great music and is the perfect way to spend your lunchtime.
Graham's early days in radio started out in his parents' kitchen when he and his mate built their own studio and then 'broadcast' their programmes, through speakers, to the living room so his school mates could come round and dance to
. "The great disco sound mate".
Graham began his working life as a trainee electronics test technician at Motorola and volunteered at Hospital Radio Basingstoke in his spare time.
Eventually he nabbed a job at a commercial radio station in Reading where he trained as a journalist/reporter before moving into programme production and presenting.
The chance to move to the BBC came along and here he is, all yours, you lucky person!
At lunchtimes, Graham's on the lookout for your stories and observations about the place you live and work in. Anything that intrigues, winds you up, makes you laugh or simply helps you to get things sorted, get in touch and he'll try to find the answers or get things done.