20 years before the radio mast

My very first broadcast on Resonance FM was 6th February 2004.
So in February this year, the show will have been on the air for 20 years.

To mark the occasion I plan to do a special broadcast on the Friday 9th February 2024 show – the nearest available date. It’s not just about me – I’d be nowhere without the station Resonance FM, the unique art radio station in London, and the help and support of its staff. Not to mention my good friends who have stepped in when I couldn’t do a broadcast, and the numerous artists and musicians who have appeared as guests.

If you’re a listener or a fan of the show, I’d love to receive your messages of good will and support.
Please feel free to add a suitable comment to this post. Even better, if you can upload a short recording to Jumpshare or similar audio sharing site, and simply paste the link here.

I will read out your message on the air, or I’ll play your mp3.

Many thanks for listening.


  1. twenty years…kudos. thanks for the words and the airplay over the years, and for introducing me to other artists i didn’t know about. and letting me be part of one of the physical mags too. respect!


  2. Difficult to believe it’s been 20 years. Only an occasional listener but always blown away by the astonishing range of music you draw on and the depth of your knowledge and appreciation of what you play. Many congratulations!

  3. Congratulations Ed on 20 years and thank you – for the airplays, which were always an unexpected thrill, but also for Keeping Going and bringing so many of us with you on the journey. Long may it continue!

  4. The Sound Projector Radio Show is my Sunday church. I’ve been listening faithfully since almost the start, perhaps I even heard the first broadcast. It is the only outlet where I consistently discover new and exciting sounds that don’t follow the latest trends which all the so-called experi-avant-this-whatever regurgitate from hype sheets and press agents. TSP marches to the rhythm and pace of its own drummer, and I can feel from its heartbeat that it is truly a labor of love brimming with enthusiasm for the music. Here’s to the next 20 years!

  5. Congrats on 20 years – always a pleasure on a Friday at 5.30 to hear the opening “ta dum de dum” music followed by the “welcome to my sound projector”. Have fond memories too of my visits to you in the studio over the years either playing music or live.

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