Dance FM – Grimsby

Many towns and cities across the UK have had a station called Dance FM. One of them was Grimsby. They broadcast at weekends during the late 90s and into the early 2000s. More information is available on their Facebook page: Dance FM – Grimsby – Facebook Downloads To save any item from this list then…

Premier 107 FM – Birmingham

There has been a number of radio stations in the West Midlands called Premier through the years, mostly having nothing to do with each other… So…..which version of Premier is this one then? This is the station that operated around the turn of the millennium on 107 FM. It is believed to have been run…

Liverpool Broadcasting Company

The Liverpool Broadcasting Company, or LBC as it was usually called on air, was another station in which Bert Williams was involved. The station was heard in late 1982 into early 1983. They could usually be heard on 1170 kHz (announced 259 metres), but sometimes also used 459 metres. DJs included Paul Jay, Paul Kaye,…

Sweet 106.8 FM – Birmingham

Justin Steele had been running Kool FM in London, and between 1996 and 2002 Kool FM in Birmingham. As if this wasn’t enough, in 2001 and 2002 he was also running Sweet 106.8 FM with Timothy St. Prix. Sweet 106.8 FM broadcast from the very same room as Kool FM using different equipment and transmitter.…

Castle Radio – Salisbury

Castle Radio broadcast from Salisbury during the early 1980s. If anyone has any more information on this station please contact The Pirate Archive. Downloads To save any item from this list then Right Click and ‘Save Target As…’ Audio Castle Radio – 94.2 – Salisbury – Barry Jacobs – 5/4/81 60 mins Castle Radio –…

Moonraker Radio Corporation – Corsham

The Moonraker Radio Corporation broadcast from Corsham during the mid 1980s. If anyone has any more information on this station please contact The Pirate Archive. Downloads To save any item from this list then Right Click and ‘Save Target As…’ Audio Moonraker Radio Corp – 94.4 – Corsham – Tony Phillips – Test – 8/5/83…

UK Test

UK Radio was the West Midlands longest running pirate station, operating from 1978 to 2003. The station would probably still be going today had it not been for the sad death of the stations founder, Paul Johnson, in 2003. As well as their own 25 years on air, UK Radio were involved in, and helped,…

Mix FM – Station History

Freedom FM, Hardcore FM and Mix FM were pirate radio stations based in South West Leicestershire during the early 1990’s, their histories intertwined by the involvement of several young DJ’s. It was Desford College radio that inspired a student there to have a crack at transmitter building during 1990, which led to the birth of…