Josh & Kally


Josh & Kally are best mates who bring their infectious energy and chemistry to everything they do!
As hosts of Drivetime on Capital South Wales, they can be heard every weekday from 4-7pm, bringing their unique brand of humour and fun to their listeners, as they head home.
They’ve proved themselves to be very popular with young audiences on air and online.

Outside the radio studio, this duo come alive on screen! Their videos have attracted hundreds of thousands of views. Josh & Kally’s ‘Gavin & Stacey’ parody got the seal of approval from Sheridan Smith, they featured on world-wide news when they met Meghan Markle in Cardiff and even Gordon Ramsey had nice things to say, when he shared their video about him.

No strangers to celebs, their work in radio brings them up close with the stars! From introducing Welsh Cakes to Nick Jonas, to kicking a rugby ball with Leigh Halfpenny. Introducing Jonas Blue on stage and discussing Drake lyrics with First Minister, Mark Drakeford. Josh & Kally always get the most out of anyone they’re interviewing.

The guys love getting on stage and hosting events of all sizes! It could be in front of thousands of people like Pride Cymru or Little Mix Live, something glamorous like Polo at The Celtic Manor or a more intimate event, like a Q&A with famous Welsh Rugby stars. Josh & Kally thrive in a live environment.

Josh & Kally are passionate about supporting charities and have given their time for Tŷ Hafan children’s hospice, Kyle’s Goal and the RSPCA to name a few.

Originally from England, Josh is working on becoming an honorary Welsh-man, having moved to the Vale of Glamorgan. Kally is from Wales and is affectionally known as the Queen of Caerphilly – although it’s only Josh that calls her that!

Outside of work, you’ll find Josh walking his beloved sausage dog, Pickle – seriously he’s obsessed.

And Kally will most likely be decorating her house or being the World’s Best Aunty* to her nieces and nephew!

*She told us to say that.

Represented by Leigh-Ann Regan and Geraint Hardy