Joe Casserley

Joe was born in Manchester to Tommie and Margaret and music has always been a big part of family life.

Joe has now been DJing for over 20 years and through this first got involved with the Irish radio in Manchester when Alan Keegan asked him to join the very popular How's the Craic team and went on to present a show on Irish festival radio, in 2000 the very successful All Fm community radio station was born and by 2003 Joe and The Full Irish show took to the air waves.

The show has gone from strength to strength and 2008 was a hugely successful year with the show winning 3 awards due to the commitment and dedication of the volunteers along with the support and generosity of the Irish community in Manchester.



Martin Logan

Martin got involved with The Full Irish in 2004 when Joe asked if he would cover the sports section of the show. With no previous experience Martin took the bull by the horns and through his dedication and commitment has now established the GAA section as a hugely popular part of the show in a short space of time.

Martin says "I have enjoyed my time with the show and we have a great team of presenters who work very well together. I have had the privilege to meet and interview people whom we see on tv or read about, its an exciting job but demands the highest degree of effort".



Annette Carey

Annette Carey hails from Ardagh Co Mayo and from a family of eight.

I came to England in March 1990 and I have lived in Levenshulme since. I've worked in the catering industry for the past 20 years along with doing some part time bar work in the railway pub on Stockport road , this was a great introduction to Manchester 's thriving Irish scene.

I have a son called Dylan

My first introduction to Martin Logan was through Oisin's GAA and it was then he asked if I would be interested in helping on the radio and the rest is history as they say.



Margaret Casserley

Margaret (Mcloughlin) Casserley was born in Lisacul Co Roscommon and learnt to love music from a young age in the familys dance hall.

She joined a band as a singer where she met her husband Tommie and after they got married moved to England to raise their family, Leo, Joe and Lorraine.

Margret has had involvement with the local irish radio for a number of years and realy enjoys her Sundays with the phone.



Henry McGlade

Henry has been involved in the music business for more than 30 years and owns his own music store called the Music Mega store in Market Square Castlebar.

He is Entertainment correspondent with Mayo news and former Radio presenter with Midwest radio and community radio Castlebar, former Director of Castlebar International song contest, Master of Ceremonies for many major concerts and charity events.

Every week I will bring you, the listener, all the latest happenings from the music scene here in Ireland plus the top selling albums each month.



Alo Johnson

Born in Horseleap Co Offaly and came to Manchester in 1963

Married to Imelda and have a daughter called Jennifer

Been involved with the Full Irish for the past 3 years driving the bus




Donal was born in Manchester in 1993 to Collette and Pat Scally
His family hail from County Offaly.

Donal enjoys Playing Irish music, gaelic football and Irish dancing.

He first became involved with the Full Irish through having a good relationship
with the radio team members and gave his time at many Full Irish events

Donal is proud to be part of the Full Irish Radio show and he has been a regular on air for the past two years





Hannah Donlon was born of Irish parents in 1993 in Manchester.

Her mammy hails from Kerry and my Daddy  from Galway. She is extremely proud of my Irish heritage; a culture which I consider to have inspired me greatly throughout my life. Irish music is a big interest of mine and I love singing and playing music in my Irish band.

The Past two years have been a pleasure to  be a part of  the Full Irish as I have always been a  big fan of Joe Casserley’s . I feel honoured to be given such a big opportunity to give something back to the Irish community, a community which has been very influential in my upbringing.