Robin Nixon
Robin Nixon has a track record in Internet radio, having created Cyberville Radio, the first fully licensed UK Internet radio station in the late '90s. He also created and ran Chat Room Radio (especially for chatters in chat rooms) when he was based in Los Angeles.

More recently Robin has been writing poetry and songs, and per­forming throughout Kent and South-east London, fre­quently rep­orting on the events he attends for BBC Radio Kent.

Noticing how much unsigned talent there is, and also how many people are working amazingly creatively, or on exceptionally helpful com­munity projects, Robin has expanded the remit of his Radio output. Below are a few segments created by Robin for BBC Radio Kent.

Robin on the BBC Radio Kent Dominic King show in 2018

Poggy Hatton

Poggy is a musician and inspirational speaker on achieving our full potential.

Emily Peasgood

BASCA award winning composer Emily talks about her sonic art and compositions.

Dean Atta

Poet Dean Atta speaking after headlining at the 2018 Margate Bookie slam.

Britain's Got Talent

Robin joins Nathan the Singing Barber on a journey to audition for BGT.

The Iron Horse

An evening with Tom Monks and guests at one of his regular open mic nights in Sidcup.

The SEN­sational Choir

Teacher and musician CJ and helpers rehearsing with her SEN choir.

Remembrance Day 2018

Dominic King and I made a joint report for Remem­brance Day.

Laura Brady

Laura runs the Wonky Parsnip market garden serving restaurants from 1 acre of land.

Laura Brady

Laura's report was also edited and reused by Radio Kent's Sunday gardening show.

Keiron Rushton

Street artist Keiron's journey to his first ever session outside the Tate Modern.

Pam Jones

Twice a week Pam clothes and feeds the homeless living rough on Folke­stone's streets.

Arthena

Laura Kestrel's yearly showcase for female poets, at the Foundry Brew­Pub, Canterbury.

YARP Unplugged

Colin O'Reilly regularly hosts competition music nights at the Grand in Folkestone.

Bookie Slam

Connor Sansby's Poetry slam contest held at the Quarter­deck Brew­house in Margate.

Folkestone Pride

Alice Gretton organised a fringe open mic to support Folkestone Pride. (Just Alice talking)

Touch Base Care

A day centre in the heart of Folkestone offering creative facilities to disabled people.

Jack Frame

Jack is a fantastic artist who creates his works in Folkestone's Creative Quarter.

Simon Letham

Simon, along with Rachel Gerrard, has recorded a wonderful CD of original music.

Big Trouble at Little Roc

David Dykes' monthly poetic gathering in Rochester.

Inspirational Nights

Lisa Vigour's fifth birthday celebration of her Rochester open mics.

Tongue Punch

Based in the tiny Tom Thumb theatre, Margate, this is a regular poetry open mic.

Your Bard

Poet Alex Vellis hosts Canterbury's poetry slam where the winner features next time.

Landing Place

Landing Place is a regular invitation-only poetry open mic at the Turner Contemporary.