GTFM 107.9 FM

Ian Edwards

Host of ‘The Little Monday Night Show’ – Mondays 7-8pm (except first Monday of the month) & Drivers Seat (First Thursday of the Month)

Inspired by Community Link (10am-1pm), the show features topical interviews with individuals, charities, clubs, groups, schools, colleges, churches and non-profit organisations, that are based and work within the community of RCT (…and sometimes beyond).

The show is topped off with a sprinkling of music plucked from across several decades.

Other (occasional) features include

  • The Car “Torque” Spot: Keeping car enthusiasts up-to-date with motoring events happening locally (and not so locally) with the occasional topical motoring related interview
  • The Running Round-Up: On the last show of every month, this feature provides information on local and national running events, plus interviews with local (and not so local) running groups and clubs.

The show is all about engaging, entertaining and informing YOU! Covering a wide and diverse variety of subjects, issues and interests. Through the guests: to inspire, encourage and engage with clubs and charities etc from within the community of RCT.

The show provides a platform for clubs and charities alike to share their aims, hopes and ambitions with you, thus helping to raise their profile and gain wider support.

So … if you’re part of a charity, a group, a club, a school, a church, a college or non-profit organisation that you (or someone you may know) are involved with and would like to be featured on an upcoming show, or have a fund raising or charity event that you would like to promote – get in touch: 
To listen again to Ian in conversation with 2016/17 RCT Mayor (Councillor) Rhys Lewis on his time (so far) as Mayor, his passion for his nominated charities and his Three Peaks Challenge, then simply click on the link below…

This interview was broadcast live on THE little MONDAY NIGHT SHOW on Monday 20th of February 2017.

Here is a list of just some of the other guests who have “appeared” on

The Little Monday Night Show

 James Thie (4 times winner of Nos Galan and Nos Galan commentator)


Gareph Boxley (Chairman of the Coleford Carnival of Transport)


Judge Philip Price QC (Chairman of LATCH the Welsh children’s cancer charity)


Alun Davies of Pontypridd Christian Youth (PCY)


Robert James (Local charity Dewi’s Dreams)

Jane Lewis of Pontypridd Street Pastors 


Kevin Mochrie (Head of Communications of The Silver Line)


Marie Adams & Ian Thomas of the South Wales Classic Car Club


Vanessa Waddon (Founder & Chair of Trustees of Dogs Charity, Hope Rescue)


Patrick Lawlor a member of traditional Irish band Henry Marten’s Ghost


Jo-Anne Howells Youth Leader of Pontypridd Division of St John’s Ambulance


Laura Watkins the Youth Pastor of Coedpenmaen Community Church


Iwan Matthews (Pontypridd Theatre Company)


Craig Jones (Pontypridd Theatre Company & WACS Society)


Vivian Thomas of Temple Baptist Church

talking about an event being held regarding dementia


  Geoff Lancaster the Communications Director of the FBHVC

(The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs)

Maggie Hughes of Temple Baptist Church talking about the charity PONT   


Gavin Owen and Nathaniel Freeman both of Hope Church

talking about the Rhondda Food Bank

Jayne Brencher (Pontypridd Town Council Mayor 2014-15)

on her year as Mayor and forthcoming events being organised by the Council 


Tracey Lippett the Organiser of the National Metro & Mini Show

at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon


Shaun England CEO of local recycling charity, Too Good To Waste


Mark Dorey of Temple Baptist Church talking about the kids

holiday club organised by the church over the summer holidays

Neil Samuel of the Swansea Motor Club talking

about the Lewis Motorsport Llys-y-Fran Hill climb

Ted Basterfield of the Glamorgan Classic Car Club 


Pontypridd AFC’s Press Officer and the club’s secretary/multi-media manager


Derek Smith the Chairman of the Aberaman Motorcycle Club

and organiser of the Aberdare Park Road Races John McGuinness

John McGuinness – 23 times Isle of Man TT winner

Mary Harvey (Leader of Pontypridd Town Council)

talking about the Pontypridd Vintage Transport Day


Paul Maunder a volunteer with the local housing charity Adref


Craig, Liam, Delyth and Clare of LD Productions talking about the company’s production of the musical “I love you, your perfect, now change”

Zack Franks member of the Cardiff Mini Club


James Walshe the Assistant Editor of Practical Classics


Dan Curtis of Wales Air Ambulance

Community Co-ordinator for South East Wales 


Mark Dorey (local author of children’s books) 


Amy Goddard who is a singer/song writer originally from Trelewis who

has written a song to raise money for the Aberfan Memorial Charity


Nick Pounder and Karl Johnson of the Pontypridd Roadents Running Club 



Daniel Hopkins the editor of Practical Classics Magazine


Glyn Hicks of the Roberttown Road Runners (a local running group) 


Matt Tomkins the Project Manager at Practical Classics Magazine

Jack Grover the Deputy Editor of Classic Car Buyer


Tanya Field (Took part in the Italian Job Charity Run to Turin in her Mini

and part of the team that organises The Pride of Longbridge Event)   


Dave Reed (Beginners co-ordinator) & Ann Hurley of the Rhondda Valley Runners


Cerian Rolls of The Glam (A non-profit organisation

that supports youth music across South Wales)


Alex & Justin Hopkins, Phil Edmunds & Naomi Excell

of Christian “bluegrass” band Good Job 42:10 


Chris Foot (Game On Co-ordinator and part of

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust team) responsible for

the development and delivery of Walking Football across Wales


Wayne Adams and Colin Sparkes (Elders of Temple Baptist Church)