70s child, born and raised in Porthleven and Helston.
Dr. Flay™, the Holistic Computer Doctor since 1995.
Part time parody of a Philosopher, poet, photographer and publisher. Malware-Hunter and Troll-slayer, making the net a nicer place since 1998 🙂
A Rocker and a Raver, equally at home moshing in a flea-pit, or dancing through the night in a field.
His most memorable gigs so far are with The Masters of Reality, Rob Zombie, Metallica (at Download in 2006), and The Pink Floyd.
Mostly these days he listens to independent artists and mashups (especially metal-mixes). Having a love of mashups/bootlegs so big he started a label to host lots of free downloadable music on Last.fm.
Until last year when LastFM trashed the service, there was about 100 artists on the label, with many styles from classical and jazz to death metal and pop (and quite often all at the same time!). There was even a horror track from him used as the opening track of a Halloween album
He spends a lot of time helping and moderating in the Unreal Tournament online community as he is a complete gaming geek, and never more happy than when shooting his mates in the head. This has lead to being recruited for several projects in the games industry.
Programmes featuring Doc Flay
Just a quickie to say thank you for keeping us entertained on our (rainy) holiday in Falmouth. We really enjoyed the variety of music on your radio station and loved hearing all the local voices.Jamie
Presenting Sports Hour on Source FM was fun, exciting and, being 5.00 on Fridays, was the perfect start to my weekend. I'm sure anybody could do it but it mades me feel like I'd really achieved something - something different to what other people are doing for my own fun and for the local community.Kim Conchie
Source FM has taught me so much about myself and brought out the creative side of me and I am so grateful for this it is a major release for me and playing my favorite dance tunes is also another release and I hope a release for the listener and they come aboard with me and other presenters too. The source has given me opportunities I would never of dreamt of and all those experiences have I think made me more rounded and good for character building. I am proud of myself, it's a personal conquest and don't know where I would be without some sort of involvement in radio it has truely been the making of me.Tash Berks