Vertical Devider

NOW PLAYING

Listen Live
Vertical Devider

On Air Now

On Air - Mio and Queenie

Mio and Queenie

Weekdays: 12:00 - 15:00

Watch Live
Vertical Devider
About Graham Roberts
Graham Roberts
“Keep it real”, is the advice from Graham who started with the station in September 2011. He joined Algoa FM at a pivotal time, in December 2011, when we extended our broadcast area into the Garden Route. “Being a part of the expansion into the Garden Route, and being the first presenter on air at the time of the switch-on was phenomenal”.

Graham’s cool, calm, collected and kind attitude towards everything and everyone he meets, keeps him grounded. This born and raised East London boy, has a passion for music and says, “I just really love music, and as a result collect CD’s and LP’s”.

Graham feels honoured to work amongst the people he grew up listening to including Daron Mann, Lance Du Plessis and Charl Leslie. “They’ve been my inspiration to want to follow a career in radio, and they’re people that I look up to and respect greatly”.

Graham keeps the momentum going as he opens up the lines to listeners to dedicate songs from the Algoa FM playlist, keeping them entertained throughout as they make the best of their weekend with good music and good conversation.

 

Quick Polls
Do you believe that The Proteas have what it takes to win the Cricket World Cup 2015?
Yes
No
Latest Galleries
Lance du Plesis, Lauren Mungur, Graham Roberts and Cheri Crous (Algoa FM) at the 2013 Homemakers Expo
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Graham Roberts at Bethel Safe House
Latest Posts
06:13 (GMT+2), Fri, Friday, March 06, 2015

This is the shocking moment a waterspout swept ashore knocking adult sunbathers flat and lifting furniture - and a small child - into the air.

 

Videos captured by several people on their mobile phones show the moment the waterspout, which is effectively a tornado over water, hits the beach in the city of Recife, in the eastern Brazilian state of Pernambuco.

 

From there it went up the beach, tearing up sun umbrellas before dying out almost as suddenly as it arrived. 

 
Thankfully, nobody was seriously injured in the incident.
 



... read more

05:45 (GMT+2), Fri, Friday, March 06, 2015



... read more

05:02 (GMT+2), Thu, Thursday, March 05, 2015
  Aviation authorities are considering reopening the investigation into the plane crash that killed music stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper.   Also killed in the crash on 3 February 1959 in Iowa was the aircraft pilot, Roger Peterson.   ... read more
04:30 (GMT+2), Thu, Thursday, March 05, 2015

"Where'd You Go" is a song by American hip hop ensemble Fort Minor, the side project of rock band Linkin Park's co-lead vocalist Mike Shinoda. It is the fourth and final single from Fort Minor's debut album The Rising Tied, released on April 14, 2006.

 

The song features Skylar Grey (then known as Holly Brook) and Jonah Matranga.

 

"Where'd You Go" was written and produced by Shinoda. Lyrically, the song is from the perspective of the person left behind in long-distance relationships, and is about the consequences of putting one's career before one's family.

 

"Where'd You Go" received generally positive reviews from music critics, with most reviewers noting the song's simplicity, as well as praising Brook's vocals. "Where'd You Go" was Fort Minor's most commercially successful single, peaking within the top ten of several international music charts.

 

"Where'd You Go" also peaked at No. 4 in the Billboard Hot 100 and received a Platinum certification by the RIAA in 2009. A music video for the single was directed by Philip Andelman. The video featured three families, who, according to Shinoda, "share the same sense of loneliness as this song." "Where'd You Go" was included in the set list of numerous Fort Minor concerts.

 



... read more

 1 2 3 4 5  ...