Your Hosts
Get to know the voices of the Nicola Valley!

roger1Roger White
Program Director / Morning Host
Weekdays 6a - Noon

An East-coaster who has coasted West to join us at Q101! Roger brings more than an delightful accent; listeners are treated to a sharp wit, a strong dedication to being involved in what matters in the community, and making sure Q Up Your Day listeners are up to date with the important information to make it through the morning.

With over 25 years in broadcast radio, Q101 listeners can enjoy the spoils of Roger’s experiences.
A story teller, a listener, a deep passion for the music and making sure you know what’s going on… a morning spent with Roger is a good investment for anyone who wants more out of their day!


Michael Reeve
News Director / Morning Co-Host

Raised in Victoria, Merritt provides Michael an opportunity to continue to grow as a reporter, closer to home. Before joining the Q101 family in early 2019, Michael worked for Roger’s Sportsnet in Toronto as an Associate Producer on programs like Blue Jays Central and the Premier League on Sportsnet. 
Michael joins Roger in the morning for Q Up Your Day, providing news updates every half-hour and chipping in with the odd witty comment to keep Roger on his toes.

tyler2Tyler Cronsilver
Afternoon Host
Weekdays Noon - 6p

A grad of BCIT Broadcasting, Tyler is putting his knowledge and learned skills to the test.  With a strong passion for music, radio and all it has to offer, Tyler brings energy and enthusiasm to every afternoon from 12 to 6pm, and the "Q101 Hot 25 Countdown" every Sunday at 10am.  
Tyler loves talking to listeners and getting you involved and engaged in games and contests any way he can. New to the Merritt area, he is eager to take part in the community and always likes to experience new things.  Join Tyler for a lively, energetic show; with a different point of view.

Jared Thomas

Jared Thomas is the voice of the Merritt Centennials play-by-play for Q101.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Jared grew up in the small suburb of Ladner (if you’ve ever taken a ferry to Victoria, you’ve driven past his house).  Although he is the hockey broadcaster, his horse IQ is through the hoof.