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Welcome to the Power Centre Radio. This radio station is based in the heart of Mitcham, London. We cater for a wide and divers listenership across the globe through up to date news, good music as well as inspiring and motivating messages. The station broadcasts well informed and internationally packed educative programmes which seek to inform, enlighten and engage our listeners in order to make a significant positive impact on their lives. Please visit our website(www.powercentreradio.org) from time to time for more information and updates.
Welcome to the Cat Radioâ??s official website! The station ran by students, for students.The Cat is the radio station for the University of Chester based on the Warrington Campus.It all started about 8 years ago as a simple dream and now it has evolved into what we all know and love today.We are on a 5 year renewable license with Ofcom and we are currently in the third year of a second cycleâ?¦so far so good. We are broadcasting at 1 watt on medium wave 1251am as well as streaming mp3 online. The station is funded and run (well, all the paperwork) by the University.
The Voice of the University of Birmingham, it's Birmingham University Radio Network! Birminghamâ??s biggest and most loved Student radio station. Run by students for students!Throughout the day, our mainstream DJ's bring you a mixture of lively chatter and the biggest hits. By night, Burn's Specialist DJs join the musical dots as they delve into their personal record collections and tip the next hottest acts.Then our News, Arts and Culture and Sports reporters keep you up to date with what's going down on Campus. So for the latest news and gossip, tune in and don't forget to visit www.burnfm.com
Omega FM's vision is to re-establish interest in Afro-Caribbean and other inner London Borough Communities in addressing issues of Social, Economic and Educational Oppression and most of all the ever-growing presence of disease of Gun and Knife crimes within the communities.To address Oppression and Injustice within our communities by combating these ever-growing issues which have a major effect on the African and other communities and the future generations of young children. To encourage a Positive Development of children, young people and families within the communities of inner London Boroughs by actively supporting the development of and within our communities.