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Biography

Deth Da/ Hi there ! Pagan Tony and Daave the Raave produce and broadcast The‘One and All Radio Show – Speaking out with a Cornish Voice’ on Source FM on Monday Mornings from 9am.

They are both proud to be Cornish and down the years of broadcasting together, Tony has taken over the production and musical side of the programmes whilst Daave the Raave keeps a cultural finger on the pulse of the show with his original poetry and prose.

Our outspoken manner has drawn many fans from around the world. Sometimes blunt, sometimes understanding, but always very listenable!

Daave the Raave is a diligent older local man who has been given the opportunity to reveal to the world his views in verse and prose, for the benefit and enjoyment of a community of radio listeners: A privilege indeed to sow the seed of controversy in a humorous manner.
Tony is a Falmouth boy born and bred. He has a keen interest in local politics and his community. He is a practising Pagan, and feels connected to this ancient land of Cornwall.

His broadcast style is very addictive and natural. There is no pretense from Tony when he is on the mic. What you hear, is what you get.

Down the years we have interviewed the great,and good. Our list includes Members of Parliament, local Councillors, business leaders, protest group organisers, prisoners, and even witches!

Email us confidentially: oneandallradio@gmail.com

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Listeners say

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

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

I don't know how I found you, but I'm so happy I did. I listen to 96.1 online constantly. Love the variety of music and all the presenters. I'm in Eureka California and have been able to visit Cornwall once. I left my heart there and want desparately to return. Until then, at least I can listen in. Cheers!

Susan