BBC Essex Presenters
Share your thoughts on the day's issues
Join Etholle every weekday between 12 and 2 as she invites you to share your opinions on the stories that are making the headlines in Essex and elsewhere.
Each weekday between 12 and 2pm, Etholle will be taking your calls, texts and e-mail about the top stories affecting Essex, the country and the world.
All this will be combined with great music, news, sport and weather, plus interviews with the movers and shakers behind the headlines.
Call Etholle on 01245 49 50 50.
Text her on 07786 201035.
Etholle's BIG questions:
What was your first radio memory?
Listening to Bob Holness and Douglas Cameron on LBC when I was very young. I think most of my school friends were watching cartoons at the time and I was listening to news programmes - quite sad really!
How did you first get into radio?
I did hospital radio at Radio Forest, based at St Margarets Hospital in Epping, where I presented a midweek evening show called 'The Wednesday Roundabout'.
Then I came to BBC Essex as a volunteer. My first job was to compile the shopper's car parking report, letting listeners know how full the car parks were on Saturday mornings.
What is your favourite song ever?
Ooh that's a tough one! Given no choice I guess it would have to be a track by a band from Ohio called Blessed Union of Souls called 'Lucky to Be Here' - it's about being thankful for what you have and I want it played at my funeral....
Given a choice I'd throw in Bob Marley's 'Redemption Song' and 'My Destiny' by Lionel Ritchie.
What one thing makes Essex so special?
Its variety of landscape and architecture... just add a few mountains and we'd have everything!
last updated: 22/06/2009 at 11:32