Why did you get into radio?
Ami: I was that kid who used to make radio shows with a two deck type player. I would sit and listen to the chart and try and record Destiny's Child.I think it's a deeply personal medium. It interacts with people in a way that TV can't because the presenter has to narrate in a way that paints a picture for the audience. I grew up listening to like Sara Cox and Zoe Ball and amazing female broadcasters and I always felt like they were my mates. (Radio) has a really special place in my heart because when I was when I was at school we would listen to Radio 1 in our Design & Technology class. I always thought it would be well cool to work in radio. In the exact same breath I thought I would never be able to do that and for somehow I've managed to do it. I ended up producing shows with Zoe Ball and Sara Cox. I still adore the people that gave me my first legs up in radio and I want to do that for as many other young women as we possibly can.
Frankie: I love storytelling. I love stories and listening to people's experiences and I think radio is such a nice, intimate and special way of doing that. It keeps growing and it's so exciting because we get to make those changes. I think loads of people thought that Spotify would kill the radio off but people want that human connection.
Ami: A human taste maker having conversation around the music, you can't compare that to an algorithm.
Frankie: I genuinely think I've gotten cooler since listening to Foundation FM because I know so much about music.
Ami: Everyone at my work thinks I'm secretly cool. I'm like the least cool person here.
Frankie: No I take the biscuit on that! I'm so uncool it hurts.
Ami: This morning I listened to the Beach Boys.
Frankie: The Beach Boys are my favourite band! I want God Only Knows to be my funeral song.