Heather Bishop

Heather Bishop

Weekdays from 10am-3pm

Hi, I’m Heather Bishop. It’s a dream come true to work on WZID. Being a music nut I still can’t believe I get paid to listen to music all day!

Born and raised in upstate NY, my husband Brian and I moved out to NH  years ago, and we never want to move again. We love it here. We have a son who loves music as much as his mom, and a dog. I commute every day to work, so if you see a crazy woman on 93 singing at the top of her lungs in her car, chances are good you have found me. I am proud to say I have been in radio for 20 years! Yes, I did start when I was a child ;-)

When I’m not driving, working, or hanging out with the boys and dog, I’m on the internet, reading, running, or watching TV. One of my coworkers once said that I am the queen of pop trivia. If you ever need to know the name of a song or the artist, chances are good I can help, just email me at heather@wzid.com.

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