The Matt Wilkins Fanclub

Now 29, Matt Wilkins has worked in professional radio for twelve years.

Matt Wilkins


An early love of radio led Matt to hospital and community radio when he was just 13, and from there to Hallam FM in Sheffield and Radio Aire in Leeds. He remained in Leeds for a few years before a spell at BRMB in Birmingham during 2002 and 2003, then back to Yorkshire working for the Galaxy network. Matt is currently to be found nipping around various stations, as well as his popular club nights.

One of Matt's passions is theme parks - and the bigger and scarier the rides, the better! He is also quite the movie buff. Matt's tip for a trip to the cinema with a date? Choose a really scary movie, so you'll have an excuse to grab hold of each other!

Photo Copyright Dan Thubron.


Listen to Matt at Radio City
or Trent fm.

For calendar and info on gigs,
check out Matt's site.

Listen online at:
Radio City

Trent fm
(look for Matt Marsden!)


In August 2006 Matt took part in a sponsored cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats, in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy. The ride took 12 days and raised an impressive sum of money.

For more information or to make a donation, please see


Hear Matt in action at brmb
or on Galaxy 105:
new word,
not singing,
Kev and the travel or
speed rating club

(Right click - "Save Target As...")

Matt Wilkins wallpaper for your computer desktop!
Click the size appropriate for your display settings; when the image has loaded, right click on it and select "Set as Background"

Matt Wilkins desktop wallpaper









Fan page

Fanclub news


You are vistor number

View Guestbook

Sign Guestbook


Please note: unless otherwise stated, all content of this site is copyright of the site owner. Please do not reproduce it elsewhere without permission. If any content has inadvertantly not been credited, please email us and we'll correct/remove it.

External links are supplied in good faith but we cannot be held responsible for the content of such pages. All links are regularly checked, but if you find anything inappropriate, please let us know!