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About me

Louise is a multi-award-winning presenter and speaker 

You can hear her on Tameside Radio 103.6 fm or online at www.tamesideradio.com on her breakfast show 7-11 Monday to Friday

Louise is Female Presenter of the Year (Gold) at the Community Radio Awards 2017 

Louise won Speech and Journalism of the Year (Gold) 2017 

What I Do


Radio Presenter and Event Host


Humorous, Inspirational and Impromptu Speaker

Voice Overs

Voice overs for Promotions, Adverts and Games


Sound Production, Stage and Event Management

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My Work

What they say

Community Radio Awards, Presenter of the Year

A very natural and engaging presenter. A fantastic interviewer, brilliant at interacting with listeners whether it is in the studio or on the phone and a fantastic reporter. This entry is better than a lot of the presentation on professional stations! Great communicator.

Gemma Clayton, Director of Infinity Initiatives

I have been a big supporter and listener to your radio show but still had no idea just how fantastic and hilarious you would be! You really did make the night a success, getting everyone involved and encouraging people to put their hand in their pocket.

Tom Dawson, AndroidHeadlines.com editor in chief

The voiceovers are of high-quality, they sound natural. The name of the animal is read out clearly and in a very welcoming, high-quality voice.    

HBA Awards, Presenter of the Year

A great voice and a great listen. Louise doing what she does best.

HBA Awards, Presenter of the Year

“They (the judges) loved Louise's humour.  Confident delivery and a real sense of being a listeners friend.”

HBA Awards, Presenter of the Year

“Louise obviously loves being on air.  The show is fun, friendly, a perfect tonic for the listener. Real chemistry and banter in the studio as well.”

HBA Awards, Best Newcomer

“The judges found Louise a joy to listen to …very friendly, a welcoming presentation style, witty, natural on air, a talented presenter, and a credit to hospital radio.”