RADIO CITY 2 presenter Simon Ross (Rossie) has praised the station for their commitment to Liverpool.He said: “It’s fantastic to be a part of the station which is very much ‘Made in Liverpool’. This is a wonderful city with so much character and charisma and we are channelling that through the airwaves with so much variety. “Radio City 2 has received a lot of attention in recent months with its recent move to the FM frequency. Now on 105.9FM the station is building its reputation further for Liverpool listeners. Rossie’s breakfast show airs from 6am – 10am every day and is committed to playing music from all eras plugging a ‘Greatest Hits for the Greatest City’ message. He added: “It’s been so well received and is an absolute pleasure to present. I get to play songs which I’ve loved all my life and our listeners really enjoy the show. “Rossie is well known in Liverpool after being heard on radio for years. “This has always been my favourite city, there’s nowhere like Liverpool. “Radio has always intrigued me, I remember being a boy and wondering when I was very young how the person got inside that little box and was speaking out of it.”Rossie’s tips for budding DJs and presenters is to just keep on trying; “It’s a fantastic industry to be in – but also very competitive. My advice to any emerging talent would be to keep making demos, keep sending them off and let every rejection spur you on to work harder – one will come through for you.”And Rossie’s favourite thing about the city he loves so much? “I love how Liverpool is laid out – particularly the green spaces. We have some of the most amazing parks – it’s easy to overlook that when you’re around it every day but I spend a lot of time out with my wife (Emma) and daughter (Nancy, 9) in our parks. We have more nights in than nights out these days, but when we do go out I enjoy the Sir Thomas Hotel for a few drinks then the Hilton Hotel for more drinks and dancing. It’s just a great atmosphere.Tune in to Rossie’s Radio City 2 show, weekdays 6am ’til 10am on 105.9FM and DAB Digital Radio.