Ian McGuiness

  
Saturday Breakfast Show

Ian McGuiness

 


Every Saturday Morning from 7am Ian McGuiness wakes up Portsmouth and South East Hampshire with ideas for the weekend, a look at the sporting fixtures, TV guide with a twist, a random top 5, the Saturday moan and a bit of banter!!! The music is pretty good as well, 80's till 8 and the best new tunes around!

It’s a great way to start your Portsmouth weekend!

 

 

Email Ian - ianmcguiness@expressfm.com

 

Interviews on 'The Express FM Saturday Breakfast Show'

15th July 2017 - William and Tom from 'OMYO'

14th January 2017 - Liam Grindell from 'Affairs'

30th July 2016 - James Robinson from 'Affairs'

6th January 2016 - Louise Audrie

 

12th December 2015 - Chris from The Clear

 

4th July 2015 - Chris James Marr of 'Esperi'

 

14th March 2015 -  Liam from 'Affairs'

 

 

21st March 2015 - Blair Jollands

 

 

28th March 2015 - Antonio Lulic

 

 

Charity Days

Charity Day 3 - 50 Portsmouth places in one day

On Saturday May 11th 2013, Ian McGuiness from the Express FM Saturday Breakfast Show and a few mates (John and Matt) walked to 50 different locations in Portsmouth (including Fratton Park, Royal Marines Museum, HMS Victory, Charles Dickens Birth Place, Portsdown Hill, Gunwharf Quays, Cascades and QA Hospital) raising funds for ‘The Tom Prince Cancer Trust'. It took nearly 10 hours to complete and with gift aid raised over £600.

 

       

 

 

Charity Day 2 - The Isle of Wight Challenge 2012

In May 2012 - The Express FM Saturday Breakfast Show raised funds for 'The Rowans Hospice', plus some great Isle of Wight competitions! On Saturday May 19th 2012 Ian from ‘The Express FM Saturday Breakfast Show' and his mate John walked from the Express FM studio to The Needles, Isle of Wight raising funds for ‘The Rowans Hospice.' 

 

 

 

Charity Day 1 - Fratton Park to St Mary's Cycle Challenge 2011

In April 2011, Ian from ‘The Express FM Saturday Breakfast Show' and his mate John cycled from Fratton Park to St Mary's Stadium, Southampton raising funds for ‘Cancer Research UK.' (With the help of Portsmouth Football Club and Southampton Football Club)