Alice’s Restaurant – London

Alice’s Restaurant are named after the song and album by singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie, and played rock music to London at the weekend. They were first heard in 1981, but many of their members have been rockin’ the airwaves on various stations since the 1960’s. Once described as a “rock giant” in national newspaper columns, Alice’s…

London Music Radio

The original London Music Radio (LMR) started life during 1974, with the first official broadcast taking place on Christmas day on 385 metres. They were helped a lot by Radio Invicta in the early days, so they repaid the favour by relaying the Radio Invicta FM broadcasts on AM on a few occasions. Originally they…

Wulfrun Sound – Wolverhampton

Mike Johns was born in Portsmouth, but had been living in Bradford for 10 years before starting a degree course at Wolverhampton Polytechnic in 1979. During his first year there he joined a group of people who tried to get a student radio station started. This motley crew were collectively known as the WPRS (Wolverhampton…

Mix FM – Birmingham

Mix FM’s story starts in 1992, due to the closure of Hardcore FM. After this Mix Fm could be heard broadcasting on 106.3 FM at weekends to the East Midlands and surrounding areas. In 1996 Mix FM moved frequency to 107.7 FM, however the weekend broadcasts became few and far between by the end of…

Fantasy FM – Wolverhampton

Fantasy FM was first heard playing dance music at weekends during late 1991. They broadcast from Wolverhampton, firstly on 98.6, then 99.3 before settling on 100.7 FM by 1993. They played mostly house and rave music and also featured adverts for various businesses in Wolverhampton, such as Quest nightclub and Ruby Red Records. Some of…

North West Misc Station Audio

To download, right click and ‘Save Target As’ Please Note Downloads May Take A Few Seconds To Start After Clicking ABC Radio – 105.5 – Test – 1988 22 mins Anglesey Community Radio – 1530kHz – Mr T – 21/10/84 46 mins Buzz FM – 88.0 – Manchester – DJ Impact – 1999 46 mins…

Ragga FM – Bristol

By April 1993, Wile-up’s Magnum Radio had come to an end. Move on a year, around Easter 1994 and a powerful signal hit 105 MHz as Wile-up returned to the airwaves with Ragga FM. The audio was never great on Ragga FM but you couldn’t fault Wile-up’s enthusiasm for radio. The station enjoyed popularity in…

Passion FM – Bristol

Passion FM first appeared on 106.2FM across Bristol at the end of 1994. At first it catered greatly for Jungle, as well as Reggae and Soul. Over the first Christmas period, it featured an overnight marathon show from Easygroove who hadn’t been on radio since BAD Radio closed in 1989. This was a journey through…