|Born||21 October 1979|
|🏡 Residence||Falkirk, Scotland|
Dave Mac (born 1979 in Falkirk, Stirlingshire) is a Scottish radio broadcaster and producer who currently presents the Weekend Breakfast show for RockSport Radio in Central Scotland, and the syndicated Retro Chart Show which is broadcast on radio stations worldwide. Primarily to British Ex-Pat communities in Europe and Asia. He is also a freelance voice over artist and sports announcer.
Dave Mac began his career in 1995 as a DJ before moving into radio in 2002 as a weekend evening presenter on Fife's Kingdom FM. He moved on to daytime programming on Kingdom FM's sister stations Clan FM, 107 The Edge and River FM where he became Programme Controller. In 2006, Dave joined Central 103.1FM to present the stations Breakfast Show and held the role of Head of Music. Dave has also hosted prime time programmes for Wave 102 in Dundee and YOUR Radio FM in Dumbarton before his current role at RockSport Radio.
The Retro Chart Show
In 2015, Dave resurrected a format he presented at Radio Royal Hospital Radio in Falkirk in the late 1990's. A two-hour classic UK chart programme which he thought would be popular with British ex-pats looking for a reminder of home. This weekly show is now broadcast on FM stations in countries such as Spain, Gibraltar, Malta, USA and Hong Kong as well as across the UK.
Sports & Event Work
In 2004, Dave took up the position of Stadium Announcer at Falkirk FC, a position he still holds today. He is also a regular Stadium Announcer for the Scottish Football Association and Scottish Women's Football, hosting international tournaments, matches and cup final events across Scotland.
Dave is also on the Scottish entertainment circuit as a freelance Event Host.
- RockSport Radio - Dave Mac
- Zetland FM - Retro Chart Show
- Mearns FM - Retro Chart Show
- Big FM, Costa Blanca - Retro Chart Show
- Gibraltar Gold Radio - Retro Chart Show
- Ocean Radio, Tenerife - Retro Chart Show
- Galaxy 105FM, Malta - Retro Chart Show
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