In loving memory of our friends and colleagues.

In loving memory of our friends and colleagues that have left us too early, friends that helped shape Phuket Island Radio into what it has become today, friends that many of you will know and remember for their radio presenter style, personality and others that worked tirelessly in the background, creating and working with the team, designing and delivering and keeping everyone in check. In Loving Memory of Tony Kelsey Stead, Paul Norris aka ‘The Doris’ and Steve Jordan, RIP.

Phuket Island Radio Presenter Paul Norris aka DJ Doris

Paul Norris aka DJ Doris / The Doris was sadly the victim of a tragic road traffic accident on Sunday 12th January 2014 in Phuket, Thailand.

Paul was with 91.5 FM Phuket Island Radio from its inception and is considered one of the family here at the station. 91.5 & 102.5 FM would not be what it is today without Paul’s amazing entertainment talent, dedication and pure charm.

There is Remembrance Service for Paul on Monday 27th January at 11.30 am at Falkirk Crematorium. All Relatives and Friends of Paul are very welcome to attend.

91.5 FM will play a special DJ Doris show on Monday the 27th January from noon to 4pm Thai time.

We are planning a Celebration of Paul’s Life to be held at the Irish Times on Wednesday 5th February from 7:30pm.

Paul is truly missed and will never be forgotten.

In loving memory of

Tony Kelsey Stead,

Mr Timewarp, Mr Andaman Player, Mr Status Quo

RIP 1952 – 2010

Tony Kelsey Stead host of “Timewarp”

ONE OF Phuket’s most popular expats, Tony Kelsey-Stead, died in London on Tuesday 20th April 2010, aged 58, after losing a battle with acute adult myeloid leukemia.

Tony was a retired science teacher who came to Phuket and became a popular DJ and rock musician, singing at the Blues Festival. He was also founder of the Andaman Players.

The Phuket-based acting ensemble is due to perform on Friday night at Mom Tri’s Kitchen at Villa Royale. Tributes are expected to pour in for a man wth many attributes.
Phil Teese, a former managing editor at the Phuket Post newspaper, said: ”Tony went back to Britain for treatment last month. He was a DJ on 91.5FM, he was the founder of the Andaman Players acting ensemble, and he was loved by everyone who met him.”

Paul Norris sent a message to 91.5 FM members on Facebook: ”Dear friends, it is with great sadness that a good friend to many and one of the presenters of the ‘Sunday Timewarp’ show on 91.5 FM has sadly passed away.