A new online community radio station is looking for people to don their DJ headphones and get involved by hosting their own radio show.

Love Your DoorStep Radio was set up two months ago as part of an organisation to promote businesses in Enfield and is now appealing for volunteers to increase their programming.

Emma Rigby, the founder of Love Your DoorStep, said the station has been doing well but in order for it to grow more people need to get involved.

She said: “I think community radio has been a bit dead and we are trying to bring it back because there is clearly a demand for it.

“We have been really successful so far and we have listeners from Australia, New Zealand, Canada – all over the world.

“Right now we are looking to grow that station and anyone with an idea for a radio show should get in touch.”

The community station was the brain child of Lucy Hall, the company’s website designer, and it is being run by James Crowther, who has more than 25 years radio experience.

It has a breakfast show, a rock show, a jazz show and also secured the last interview with Ray Manzarek, the keyboardist from The Doors, before he died earlier this month.

Mrs Rigby said she would like station to become part of the borough’s regeneration.

She said: “The station is completely non-political but we want to use it as a platform to make Enfield better.

“We want to get more interviews with councillors, MP’s and people who are trying to make a difference in the area.”

Love Your DoorStep is currently trying to secure funding to develop a proper training programme for aspiring radio presenters and producers.

For more information and to get in touch with the community station visit www.loveyourdoorstep.co.uk