Every Train needs a conductor. Ours is Lee Marshall.
Lee Marshall is the heart and soul of The Train. With a lifetime in the broadcasting business, Lee is the architect behind the evolving sound of 103.1 FM. Get us back on your pre-set and wake up with Marshall In The Morning from 6AM-10AM.
After nearly 50 years (but who’s counting) in the radio and TV industry including lengthy stints in Winnipeg and Toronto, Lee much prefers the quality of life that’s found in the smaller, more tightly-knit communities which conveniently make up the heart and soul of the District of Temiskaming.
A long time member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Lee has always loved music – that’s the main reason why he decided at the age of 10 to make radio his chosen profession. He golfs, curls and enjoys most sports, boating and the great outdoors. A self-described “analog man” Lee looks forward to spending some radio time with you each and every day, as your conductor on The Train.
Bill Cole is quite simply one of the best in his field.
Known for his news writing and one of a kind delivery, Bill is looking forward to his latest adventure to the north alongside former co-worker Lee Marshall.
Bill is a huge sports fan and is enamored (and frustrated) by the world of politics.
Bill will keep you up to speed with all you need to know in the local area and then some.
Catch Bill Cole weekdays at 7AM, 8AM, 12PM and 6PM / weekends at 8AM, 12PM and 6PM!
Greg has worked in local radio for more than 30 years. After a substantial career in local radio, Greg was given the opportunity to branch out and open up a new station in Wallaceburg, taking to the air in October of 2009.
Greg is married to a woman (Kelly) that loves radio, loves meeting people, and is the backbone of this radio venture. “When I asked her if she wanted to move to Wallaceburg and be a part of the community, Kelly jumped in feet first. It says a lot about who she is. We love Wallaceburg. Love the downtown, and most importantly, love the people. There are so many good people in this area.