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Lyndon Neil Cockburn (Lynnie) presents the Indie Zone on Sundays 3-
Joined RHB: February 1999
Previous Shows: Graeme & Lyndon (1999-
I'd always wanted to be a dee-
On Saturday 20th September 2014 I had knots in my stomach before going live on the internet for the first time with my one-
"I was in my lounge presenting a radio show using just a battered stereo and faulty microphone. The cassette doors wouldn't close, the wonky turntable wouldn't rotate properly, the CD player jumped and skipped. I was so embarrassed, there was dead air and everything went wrong, all out of control."
Fortunately, the nightmare was nothing like the reality. Everything on the day went amazingly well and I hope it continues to do so and that you may enjoy many happy hours listening to RHB.
HISTORY OF THE INDIE ZONE
The Indie Zone celebrated its 10 year anniversary on 14th August 2016. It's a show that very nearly didn't happen!
Across the universe and back in the space of a couple of hours!
Following the demise of the Sunday Alternative, a mixture of classic and alternative rock on the 5th February 2006 emerged a new independent music dominated show called The Indie Zone, which originated on Higher Croft internet radio project Legion Radio in 2005.
My memories of the early Indie Zones are recording an hour long programme live at RHB onto a minidisc, then re-
On 13th August 2006, the first edition opened with Siouxsie & The Banshees' rip-
Musically, the basic format of the show has remained to play Indie music dating back to mid-
INDIE ZONE FEATURES
VITAL VINYL -
RARE PLAYS -
STRANGE EVENT OF THE WEEK -
Join me on Wednesday at 2pm for the best classic rock, blues, dance and pop and much more. Party time around the wards and it isn't even the weekend!
THE ELECTRO HOUR
Fridays at 2pm I introduce non-
If you are in a band and want to be interviewed on the programme, or for more information about the Indie Zone or Afternoons please email me:-