Presented by Mark Stafford
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Rock & Pop
Stafford's World Is a weekly radio programme, presented by Mark Stafford. You can hear the show around the world on over 70 great radio stations
The show is presented by Mark Stafford and is an extension of the very popular specialist shows which have been broadcast (via Satellite) throughout Europe since 1997, firstly on European Klassik Rock then, from 1999 to the present day, on Radio Caroline.Musically it is an A.O.R. based show covering the spectrum of adult rock and quality pop/rock. A key features of the show is “The Rock Flashback” this a 90 minute segment of the show, which focuses on a particular month in years gone by. From this particular month, The Top 10 Rock Singles in America, The Top 10 Rock Albums in Britain and the Top 10 Rock Singles in Britain are featured along with news and headlines from the month in question.However, the show is certainly not just about “nostalgia”, it features a high proportion of new music from both established artists and new talent.What audience sector is “Stafford’s World aimed at? The target audience is the 35-65 age-range.
“The Rock Flashback” section will particularly appeal to the older element of this age spectrum as it’s features primarily focus on the music of the period from 1966 to 1983. The new music element of the show will appeal right across the age range with older listeners hearing new music from familiar artists such as Eric Clapton Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Mark Knopfler while younger listeners will relate to new music from artists such as Train, The Magic Numbers, The Wallflowers, The Goo Goo Dolls and Feeder. However, the musical aim of the programme is to prove that new modern rock music from 2006 can happily co-exist alongside the great music of the past four decades. The past 13 years have proved that you can mix The Beatles with Incubus and Creedence Clearwater Revival with
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