Gaynor Morgan is a radio presenter and magazine columnist and the daughter of ex Manchester United Legend Willie Morgan one of Manchester United’s Magnificent 7’s alongside George best and David Beckham. Gaynor was part of a girl band 90% Angels who supported David Essex on part of his ‘Wonderful Tour’ and were privileged to sing live with Johnny Mathis the third best selling artist of all time according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Gaynor lives in Cheshire, England with her husband Tim and has a son Alex and daughter Jess – turning her hand to many successful ventures over the years she started off as a young professional tennis player and has since then been successful in many different ventures including, Modelling, Author, Events and Property. Gaynor is a proud patron of Beechwood Cancer Care Charity and supports them alongside other celebrity patrons including Sally Dynevor from Coronation Street, Footballer Shay Given and actors Jenny and Lee Boardman after loosing her own mum to cancer in 2003. Charity fundraising will always be closest to her heart.
We all know Katrina. If not by her name but her distinctive voice and bubbly persona. She captured the hearts of millions on the hit ITV docusoap Airline – one of the 1st reality TV shows to hit our screens, running from 1999-2007. Over the years, she was seen defying all the odds and beat cancer not once but a staggering 7 times.
Since her time on Airline Katrina has chosen to live a very private life, and shunned away from the limelight, dedicating her time to her health and twin daughters Freya and Clarissa of which she was told she was unable to have because of her health issues battling cancer.
Katrina said ‘I’m really excited to be reuniting with Leo and being part of the CCFM On Air team’.
Jason is one of the UK’s most experienced radio broadcasters with 30 years working on Commercial and BBC Radio. He has a rich heritage in the North West of England having presented for Radio City, Radio Merseyside and Century FM, Manchester. He has a passion for mentoring young talent and at CCFM he will pass on his experience and skills to the talent of the future.
Rob has been involved ON AIR with radio stations across the UK since a very early age and is still broadcasting today.
Throughout his career he has interviewed everyone from politicians to chart topping singer, film stars to sporting greats.
Rob is a big Formula 1 fan and has been lucky enough to report on the sport for over 10 years.
Emma Kenny is a psychologist, TV presenter, writer and expert media commentator, and is now recognised as one of the UK’s leading TV psychological experts. She is perhaps best known for her role as resident psychologist on ITV’s This Morning where, during the viewer phone-in segment of the show, she provides expert advice on a whole range of sensitive issues. Emma has also emerged as a fan favourite for her presenting roles on true crime programmes – most notably Britain’s Darkest Taboos on the Crime & Investigation Channel.
Del’s background is flying around the world as crew for British Airways for 25 years. Del entered radio in 2009 as an international roving reporter for Dean Sullivan’s show on Citytalk. He then went on to do some special shows, including reporting on any airline related incident from a crew perspective.
Del is currently a presenter on Radio Wirral. He has also appeared in panto for the last two years, and will be starring as Widow Twankey in Aladdin this Christmas in Blackpool.
Hi everyone my name is Deb Henley I’ve been crew with BA for the past 35yrs.
I’m a wife & mum to 3 gawjus girls. I run lots of support groups for crew and airline staff. With times as crazy as they are I wanted to keep my airline family connected. I then had a vision for a fun filled airline bespoke Radio station. I spoke to some amazing people and CCFM Radio was born.
Lots of hard work, weeks of brain storming and dedication to bring an airline radio full of fun, music and information that’s dedicated to everything airline. I hope you enjoy it and support us on this journey. I wish you all, health happiness and hours of tuning in.
Leo has always had a passion for both Aviation and great music. He has worked in the Aviation industry which he classes as his “home” for the past 20 years starting working for Britannia Airways in the early 90’s and through to his latest career working for EasyJet, he understands the industry well and the love that everyone feels for a phenomenal industry that is one driven from people that love flying and connect through the heart.
Leo’s favourite night stop is Ibiza for the great music and social life and if he had to be delayed anywhere it would be Menorca for the rest and relaxation especially after a long haul.
Leo appeared on the hit ITV Docusoap Airline which featured easyJet that aired in the UK from 1999-2007.
“I am really excited to be joining the CCFM crew to the best destination in the world, we have the best inflight entertainment lined up for you which is catered to support and entertain especially during these turbulent times”
After hosting his own podcasts since the age of 14, Marc‘s affinity for music of all ages and genres is evident. Also interested in aviation, he’s now joined CCFM to share these passions with a wider community of hard-working cabin crew!
Sue in an independent PR Consultant and runs her own company. For the past 38 years her main client has been British Airways. She was their Media Relations Manager for London City Airport and the UK regions and was effectively treated as part of the in-house Press Office team, specialising in both proactive and reactive PR. Prior to that she was a journalist and regional newspaper editor in the North West of England and has an extensive list of media and PR contacts.
Tricia is an English actress and singer. She is best known for her role as Gina Ward in ITV1’s long-running 1960s drama Heartbeat, a role she played continuously for 17 years from 1993 to 2010. She has also appeared on The Royal, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Boon, Justice, Fort Boyard, The Bill and ‘Dancin’ Thru The Dark.
In January 2013 she also appeared as a housemate on Celebrity Big Brother. Tricia was evicted in a semi-final double eviction, alongside Frankie Dittori on Day 21.
Tricia has covered for Ian and Bev on Radio Wirral and said she is really looking forward to getting to work on her new show.
The self professed pound shop princess, Bev always dreamed of working in a pound shop, her first words were in fact, thats a pound love’ Bev was given the job as traffic tart on Wirral radio ranting at drivers rubber necking during her traffic bulletins. Bev then went on to co- host the breakfast show for 4 years. Bev also appears on Sky TVs Crafty Beggars as well as having a show on MKFM in the South.