If you missed the show you can listen below…00:21. Shaun tells the story of how I sent him my music the moment he was stuck in the airport in Greece. He played “Banned by the Deep” from the “Sleeping World” album.
It was two hours of stunning music from Genesis, Airbag, OH, The Rube Goldberg Machine, Cromwell, Mindgames, Elephant Plaza, Tilt, Marillion, Camel, Erik Norlander, Seconds Before Landing, John The Baptist & The Second Coming and Sequential Dreams.
Host Shaun Geraghty has worked extensively in local radio in the Staffordshire area for stations including Stafford FM, Stone FM, Chase FM, County Show Radio, Smart Radio, and then Stafford Radio which became Windmill Radio.
In late 2011 he presented a progressive rock show at the station broadcast from a 220 year old windmill. The show became “The Prog Mill”. The initial idea of the show was to introduce prog to the local radio audience, not only by playing the obvious Floyd, Genesis and Yes tracks etc but to also introduce many of the newer bands plying their trade in today’s ever expanding progressive music scene. The show quickly gathered a worldwide audience and even though Windmill Radio (which Stafford Radio had become) closed, he brought the show to its new home at Progzilla Radio.
The Prog Mill is very much a listener led show, and concentrates where possible on the melodic and symphonic side or the genre. Listeners are invited to choose the shows playlist each week.
Progzilla Radio is the UK’s first dedicated progressive rock radio network. Known as the “show that never ends” playing 365 days a year 24/7.
The stations houses some of the best progressive music radio programs:
A Certain… Prog Prog
Live From Progzilla Towers
New Music Mornings
Not The American Prog Show
Podcasts From The Yellow Room
Dance On A Volcano
House Of Progression
The Progzilla Files
To Infinity And Beyond
Sounds That Can Be Made
Tales From The Tiger Moth
The Ancient One
The European Perspective
The Francis Dunnery Radio Show
The Prog Mill
The Prog Squad
Tom Slatter’s Sunday Bootleg
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