TCR fm is the community radio station in Tamworth, Staffordshire.Our presenters have total choice about what they play and so do the listeners. There's lots of variety from current chart pop, 80's hits, 90's hits, rock and more. Plus specialist rock shows, dance shows and an unsigned show.Total Choice Radio means you say what we play!
We are a purely student led radio station here to provide a real life radio experience to all students at the University of Portsmouth. We aim to provide a free open media outlet for student's opinions to be heard and offer a real range of skills at the same time. It's target audience is for the members of the university community, but can be heard anywhere in the UK via the internet, mobile apps, and dab wifi. Pure FM caters for all types of shows which it encourages and supports.
Total Hits is a new radio station aimed at young people in the UK aged 15 to 30. We aim to become the voice of young people in UK and play a music mix that comprises of chart, dance hip hop, R&B and pop with an emphasis on new music as well as some music from local unsigned bands.
The brand-new Capital Network is the UKâ??s first national commercial pop station, broadcasting from London, Scotland, the North East, Yorkshire, Manchester, Birmingham, East Midlands, South Wales and across the South Coast â?? reaching 6.5 million listeners every week.Capital FM offers the very best Hit Music, the hottest showbiz & artist interviews, massive money-canâ??t-buy competitions, up-to-date local news and traffic & travel throughout the day.Wherever you are and whatever youâ??re doing, 95-106 Capital FM delivers a winning formula of the greatest, freshest tunes from the worldâ??s biggest artists.
The UKs longest running shortwave station. An International 'free' radio station broadcasting around the clock on the internet and also via our Shortwave and FM relays. We are an International 'free' radio station broadcasting around the clock on the internet and also via our Shortwave and FM relay partners. More info: www.facebook.com/laserhothitsFrequencies:6970 KHz 43m Shortwave - 24/74015 Khz 75m ShortwavePart time broadcasts on FM (Stereo)95.2 FM Somerset area87.7 FM LondonBrief station history:Laser went on air Bank Holiday Monday 16th April 1990 on VHF in stereo on 101 MHz to the home counties. Broadcasts continued on most weekends. In 1993 Laser merged with staff from the former Hits FM to emerge the reborn, bigger Laser Hot Hits that we know today, and shortwave broadcasts were added on 6220 KHz.partners.We are an International 'free' radio station broadcasting around the clock on the internet and also via our Shortwave and FM relay partners.Laser went on air Bank Holiday Monday 16th April 1990 on VHF in stereo on 101 MHz to the home counties. Broadcasts continued on most weekends. Frequency moves were made when Classic Fm started but broadcasts were less frequent in 1992.In 1993 Laser merged with staff from the former Hits FM to emerge the bigger Laser as we know today.
BLINK FM was set up in 2002 by young people, through hard work, motivation and with the support of Wycombe Youth Action and Millennium Volunteers. We provide a platform for 13-25 year olds in the Wycombe area to produce and present their own radio shows and take over the airwaves! When there are no presenters on air, we broadcast a stream of back to back popular music. Blink FM is the only youth-run radio station in the South Bucks region.