Owen was born just down the road in Balclutha and has worked at various radio stations over the years around the country.
After a four year break, he returned to radio to present the breakfast show on Radio Dunedin.
Owen is no stranger to Dunedin radio, from 1985 to 2001 he worked at Newstalk ZB, In 1996 Owen became an Owner/ Driver for Envirowaste and if you care to get him on the topic, he knows a lot about waste.
Until 2001 Owen hosted on ZB the very popular weekend Scoreboard programme. In 2005 he left Envirowaste to take up his current role and has been with Radio Dunedin ever since.
Weekday mornings 6am-12pm
Whether you're at work, at home or in the car Sonia keeps you company across the day playing great artists you love, from Doris Day to Marvin Gaye, The Beach Boys to the Beegees.
Between 12 and 1 each day you can call her up on 477-1305 and pick the music with Lunchtime Requests
Weekday Afternoons 12pm-6pm
Graeme has been with the Otago Radio Association since 2005, and hosts the Saturday morning show on Radio Dunedin.
Graeme also teaches guitar and has been a musician all his life, he has a love of all varieties of music.
When Graeme isn't on the radio, he is a qualified Panel Beater and helps run a busy panel shop in Dunedin. He is also a heavy haulage engineer and enjoys restoring early Locomotives of New Zealand Railways.
Saturday Breakfast 6am-10am
Steve Rowe is a Dunedinite who is passionate about music and radio.
He was born in 1983 with a microphone in his hand and always wanted to be a radio DJ.
In 2006 he joined the Radio Dunedin team and enjoyed being the 'Tuesday night guy' for almost 5 years. In 2011, he moved to a weekend slot and launched The 80's Music Sunday. The 1980's are his favourite era of music, and he truly loves hosting this show.
Lyndsay "Crackly" Rackley Q.S.M. has lived and breathed radio from the age of 8.
His involvement with Radio Dunedin spans way back to 1961 and a lot has happened since then.
Lyndsay can be heard on the Sunday Morning Breakfast show, and features the Sunday Story at 8:40
Sunday Breakfast 6am-10am
Brian loves music, maybe thats why he has been on Radio Dunedin for more than 2 decades!
He has been involved with music since the age of 8, singing in choirs, stage musicals, principal parts in light opera and even appearances on television.
Join Brian for a relaxing, romantic end to your day with his show, Love Songs after Dark, Monday and Wednesday nights from 9pm right here on Radio Dunedin.
Monday and Wednesday 9pm-Midnight
Robin Sherratt is fairly fresh off the boat from the UK. Born and bred in Leicestershire, but he lived for a while in the Isle of Skye before ending up here in Dunedin.
Robin is very new to the radio scene but is loving it so far and is putting a unique slant on the Tuesday night slot.
Robyn likes to play up-beat music or music with beautiful lyrics, particularly by female artists.
She also enjoys playing some great music from the late 60's-early 80's and is not afraid to delve into Radio Dunedins extensive CD and vinyl collection to play some forgotten gems.
When not on the air, Robyn also has a passion for Italian greyhounds, of which she has three 'Flash Gordon' 'Batman' and 'Zero'.
Glen has been a part of the Radio Dunedin Family for a number of years.
He brings variety to you with his unique musical choices.
Bruce Kempton knows country music.
He is absolutely passionate about it, in fact he regularly brings some of New Zealand and Australia's top country artists to venues throughout the South Island.
You can hear a unique selection of country artists on Bruce's Thursday night show from here and abroad.
Andy Cook spends his days in his art shop in Hanover street and has done for the last 2 decades.
He also has a passion for theater, both as an actor and director.
Deirdre Kirkman is our resident Irish Music expert.
Born in Ballina, Co Mayo, Ireland. She emigrated to New Zealand 46 years ago.
Coming from a musical family she was delighted when she was approached to assist with the Sunday night Irish program.
25 years later she can still be heard playing the best Irish music to the listeners of Radio Dunedin.
Peter Shone is a young enthusiastic semi-retired 72 year old father of 3 sons and "Pops" to 4 delightful grandchildren.
He was born in Auckland, brought up in Christchurch and has resided in Dunedin for the last 40 years.
Peter has had a multi-faceted working life starting out as a bank teller, then a meteorological observer/assistant forecaster (17 months on Campbell Island and 7 months on Willis Island in the North Coral Sea), social worker, tax man, gardener, part-time bus driver and an announcer on Radio Dunedin.
Peter's interests include choral singing, painting (art), gardening and swimming in summertime.
Originally hailing from Christchurch, Matthew Cassidy has always had the dream to work in radio.
He is a father and a big fan of Johnny Cash and the Highwayman.
In his spare time he enjoys watching movies and any sport New Zealand is competing in.
Brian Lemin is Radio Dunedin's longest serving volunteer!
He has hosted the Saturday night slot from 8pm until midnight for over 50 years.
Peter can be heard regularly singing his way around the corridors of Radio Dunedin!
His interests include travel, music, acting, singing, weightlifting and church. He has lived in Apia, Western Samoa and Trinidad in the West Indies. Peter is a keen member of the Royal Dunedin Male Choir and have been for 15 years and the current holder of a number of titles for weightlifting at Masters level.
Gordon Paine has a unique blend of music.
You can hear him on Radio Dunedin on Saturdays between 2pm and 5pm
You can catch Lucas, Thursday night 6pm-9pm
Mark Laughton loves everything Dunedin has to offer.
You’ll often find him participating in community and charity events —Mark is a founding member and chairman of the Dunedin Santa Parade.
Mark can be heard on-air every 2nd Wednesday night on Radio Dunedin
Ron the Noo has had a long relationship with Radio.
Originally from Glasgow in Bonny Scotland, he joined Radio 4XO in 1981 as an Advertising Consultant and by 1987 was appointed Sales Manager. From 1992-1994 he managed the Radio Dunedin Sales Team and from 1994 - 1999 was head of the More FM Sales Team.
In 2004 Ron left radio to become the Sales Manager of Go Dunedin websites. Ron presents the Calling All Scots radio show every Sunday night from 8:00-9pm.
He loves playing music from his childhood in Scotland, music that defines his Scottish heritage and he hopes all fans of Scotland enjoy all the great things about his show, the bag pipes, Robbie Burns, Whiskey, Haggis and grand singalong Scottish entertainment.
Barbara started on air at Radio Dunedin in 1996 and enjoyed hosting a 6-9pm evening show before moving on to
weekend breakfast, as well as assisting on the Sunday Request Show semi-regularly.
Barbara now steers the ship on Sunday Nights talking you on a journey down memory lane, with Diedre Kirkman for the Irish Show and Ron Macintosh for "Calling all Scots"
Barbara loves the fantastic range of music Radio Dunedin plays and the live and local contribution to the city, and further afield. Distance is irrelevant over the radio waves!
Originally from Auckland, Richard made the move to Otago in 2000. Originally Queenstown until relocating to Dunedin in 2015.
Day to day he works in real estate and is an owner and director of Harcourts Otago. But outside of this he has had always had a passion for music and entertaining. He’s a musician in a blues and soul band, playing keyboards and singing, and tours regularly to festival work around New Zealand and overseas.
He’s also an auctioneer and MC, so radio announcing seemed like a logical extension and another ‘string to the bow’.
Richard can be heard every second Wednesday from 6pm-9pm
After twenty one years away from the Radio Dunedin microphone I've decided that I'd love to be part of the Radio Dunedin family so I'm new host on a Wednesday night from 9 to Midnight playing all the music that you and I love.