Welcome to our schedule page, where you can see when your favourite programme airs. Scroll down and you can view profiles of our presenters and DJs.


Interested in finding out about our presenters? Well you've come to the right place!

Nile 'Big Daddy' Peaytt

Pull up a chair, sit back and enjoy a full hour of 90s Country, on the 90s Country Flashback with Big Daddy each Tuesday and Sunday at 6pm. Big Daddy provides the best in 90s Country from the Katmandid studios in downtown Nashville, Tennessee.

Bill Green

Bill presents the CD TEX Radio show from San Antonio, Texas each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons at 2pm. This two hour show features current singles from the CD TEX download delivery service as well as popular Texas and Red-Dirt classics and re-currents. 

Bill is a veteran producer, engineer and musician who has been playing music since age seven. He established the BGM Studios in 1980 and his experiences in the music business as a musician, studio owner, publisher and producer has helped his company achieve numerous major and independent production, publishing and promotion credits.

Gerry Callan

Originally from Co. Monaghan, Gerry Callan worked in pirate radio from 1983 to 1998, moved to the US and worked on country radio there, but returned to Ireland and became involved in telecoms. After a broadcasting hiatus of 20 years, the love of Country Music has led him back to radio. Catch Gerry on his show 'This Is Country Music' on Wednesday at 1pm and Sunday at 7pm. 

Finbar Barrett

Finbar presents the Raggle Taggle Celtic Folk Show each Tuesday and Friday night at 7pm and again on Saturday at 8pm. The show features mainly folk and trad and is a golden oldies hour of Irish music from a bygone era. 

Finbar was born and bred right here in Inchicore, Dublin however he now makes Northern Colorado is home. From a very young age he was drawn to the magic of collecting vinyl records, especially Irish Folk music, which even throughout all the years remains his favorite form of music. Each programme he shares his picks of the week from his studio in the Centennial State.

Ben Atkinson

Ben Atkinson has been presenting on UK radio for over ten years. His presenting career began on 103 The Eye in Melton Mowbray, the first community radio station to be awarded a five-year licence by the UK government. Ben learnt his craft at the University of Lincoln, graduating with a first class BA(Hons) in Media Production, an MA in Digital Media and has been awarded by the institution for his Outstanding Contribution to the Lincoln School of Film and Media.

His training and experience within the creative industries is widespread and includes being an alumnus of the prestigious BBC Production Talent Pool, a six-month sabbatical studying and teaching at the Minnesota State University Moorhead in the USA, founding and managing a student radio station, Brayford Radio, and several years at the helm of his own company, Tall Lime Limited.

Ben’s interest in country music began as a child, discovering the music collection of his parents and grandparents. Over the years he has written extensively about the genre, focusing his research on the changing British attitude to country between the 1960’s and the present day. In March 2020, Ben set out on the next stage of his journey into the history of country music, by embarking a PhD study on the subject of gender bias issues in modern American country music.

Ben has been a member of the Country Music Association of America (CMA) since 2014.

Shannon McCombs

Shannon McCombs is the creator, producer and host of CDX Country News. She is an award winning air personality based in Nashville and hosts, writes, and produces programming for radio, television and internet. She worked mid-days and afternoons at 103-KDF Rock in the 80s and 90s before segueing into the country music industry. She has also worked on air at The Legend - 650 AM WSM.

Shannon has hosted television shows for CMT, GAC and TNN and for 13 years produced all the interviews for the Opry's syndicated radio show. You can hear Shannon's weekly news and interviews from the legends as well as today's country chart stars each day on Total Country Inchicore.

Ralph McGarry

Ralph was one of the first radio presenters on Ireland's first licensed community of interest radio stations, Anna Livia FM in November, 1991. He then spent some time on FM105 NSR Music Radio and Kiss 103FM before being brought in to help run Freedom 92FM in March 1995 where he presented a Sunday night Ambient and Electronica show until 1997. He left to undertake some work experience with Dublin's 98FM and Radio Jerusalem in Israel and was station manager of shortwave station Emerald Radio.

He was on the steering committee of Tallaght Community Radio Cooperative Society Ltd which secured a community radio licence for Tallaght before setting up a number of temporary licensed youth based radio stations in west Wicklow (Blessington FM), Kildare (PLAY) and south west Dublin (Radio Tallaght, Future FM) during the noughties. He consulted on the set up of a temporary arts based station in Cork in 2007 (Radio ON), and rounded off the decade with helping to establish The 90s Network, a temporary licensed station focusing on the music of the 90s.

He worked as a sound recordist for a radio documentary for Newstalk on the topic of FGM in the Rift Valley in Kenya in 2014 and then set about presenting the drivetime programme 'Route 110' on Total Country Inchicore. Ralph continues to present pop music and dance music programmes on the online version of Freedom 92FM.

Bob Krebs

 In 1980, Bob Krebs entered college studying Radio, Television & Film. He took an on air radio position at a station in San Antonio, Texas. His career path changed when he applied for and was accepted into a major city police department. Bob retired after 30 years in 2017 as a Vice Detective and moved to Angel Fire, New Mexico.


During his time as an officer, he pursued his interest in audio/video production and began filming and editing short films, documentaries and movie trailers. In 2014, he began on online radio station, which was heard in over 35 countries a week. After much success, Bob decided to produce a syndicated version of his station, which is now the Young Country Stampede Weekly Radio Show. At the current time, Bob is planning an Autumn 2021 move to Colorado Springs, CO, where this new recording studio will be located.

The Young Country Stampede Weekly Radio Show is an hour long syndicated program covering today’s best country music. Each week, Bob highlights the biggest hits from the superstars down to the rising stars with the YCS Spotlight Single of the Week. The Young Country Stampede invites you to tune every week at 1pm on Monday and Friday, and 7pm on Sunday.

Ferry De Wolf

I started making my first live radio show on July 1, 1981 at a local radio station. In those days there was no internet, no computer screen to stare at, and mp3 files weren't even born.
Hell no, It was all down to speed and being handy with sounds. Soon I found out that I really liked two musical directions in this earthly existence: disco-funk and country music.

After a break of nearly 25 years without being on air the music bug bit me again in 2014. And the bug whispered that I should make radio shows again, music radio shows.

That's when the WOLF Country HOT 20 was born, the weekly fast paced countdown of the 20 HOTTEST country songs on the planet at this moment.

And here I am.
You can listen to the HOT 20 on Total Country FM every Tuesday and Sunday at 1 pm. See y'all there!