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Mike Warwick

  Mike has been involved in radio in some degree for over 40 years, and has been playing rock and roll music since his school teachers told him not to. Rock and Roll Saturday Mike celebrates the 1950’s and the 1960’s music during the Glasgow dance hall era a mix of the best of rock and roll  including a few gems from more recent decades, plus some Motown and early soul classics. If it has what it takes, it will be in there! Rock & Roll knows no boundaries!    

 Mike is a full time lawyer, escaping to rock and roll at the weekends. Inspired by the pirate stations of the 60s, and the talents of Rosko and Wolfman Jack, Mike started his radio days in the late 60s presenting a weekly show to a Canadian University radio station. In the UK, he first presented “The Rock & Roll Revival Show” on Glasgow’s Q96 in the 90s, continuing his rock and roll days in the last decade on SAGA and then Smooth Radio in Glasgow Rock & Roll Saturday is designed to make sure you start the Saturday night in a party mood. The likes of Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee, plus Beatles and Stones – just a few of the artists keeping you in the party mode on Saturday nights from 6.00pm.  You can also hear Mike  10.00am- 12.00noon Sunday morning

Mikes voice was the first voice heard on DCR  as he voiced the early test transmission information adverts and introduced the very fist Broadcast 1st December 2009


  1. HI MIke,
    Its such a pleasure to hear a Presenter who is both knowledgeable and
    passionate about his music on air. The 2 hours fly bye on a Sat nite and
    I have alerted many of my rock n roll friends to the programme. Your
    choice is always impeccable …and youve introduced me – as a fan and
    collector -to a few cuts ( esp Doo-wop …not my strong suit)) I had not
    heard before.

    I agree with you that Jackie Brenston’s Rocket 88 is a contender for the
    “1st Rock n Roll REcord”..

    though it could be argued that this from the Texas R&B artist Goree
    Carter ( recd 1949) could also be a contender? and of course the
    classin ‘The Fat Man’ from Fats Domino ( also ’49).
    Keep on rockin’ the airwaves,
    pj curtsi


    Hi Mike,

    Just wanted you to know I enjoy your show. I started to listening to my Dads show about a year ago and over the last couple of months yours too. Some of the songs you play I remember my Dad singing when I was a kid. I didn’t really appreciate it at the time. Times change!

    I particularly like Link Wray, Hank Marvin, Johnny & hurricanes etc.

    Steve d, California USA.

  3. Hi Mike

    Thanks for keeping Rock and Roll alive and well. Keep the faith.



    Tomorrow (4th August) On the Weekend features a short interview at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with one Johnnie Walker…..not to be missed! And for lovers of Rock & Roll, and pirate radio, next weekend’s Rock & Roll Saturday could be interesting too! We are after all approaching August 14th……. Johnnie Walker MBE is a popular British veteran radio disc jockey and broadcaster. He is noted for his knowledge and love of music, his championing of new artists. :

  5. Thanks Mike from June says:

    Hi Mike thank you so very much for playing a request for my friends, what a great show you have, I been a listener from the start, the music keeps getting better and it’s all our type of music Keep up the good work and have a great New Year xxx

  6. Great Christmas Programme -thanks for the mention says:

    Thanks Mike for the Christmas programmes and for passing on our good wishes to every one at Dunoon Radio.
    Looking forward to tuning in at the weekends for your programmes and OK we will be listening during the week as well
    have a Very HAPPY New Year Sandy and Avril

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