Radio City – London

Radio City operated on Sundays from 12 – 4pm between 1978 and 1983, and was the UK’s only 1950’s Rock and Roll Radio Station. There were a few radio stations in London at the time, but Radio City was very different. It was rockin’, playing only the best of 1950’s Rock and Roll, Rockabilly, Blues…

Jamm FM – Portsmouth

Jamm FM started broadcasting in April 1992 on 105.5 FM. The station was originally started as a way to get soul music on the airwaves in Portsmouth. There were only two of us Djing on it originally, Myself – DJ Tee and The B-Man. Initially we just broadcast using pre-recorded shows only on Sundays, but after…

Pulse FM – Portsmouth

Pulse FM used to broadcast mainly at the weekends to the Portsmouth and Southsea areas from the late summer of 1993 until autumn of 1995 on 107.4 FM. It was founded and run by two people, The Radioman & Mars. The station used various tower blocks and high locations in the area to broadcast from.…

Fresh FM – Leicester

Fresh FM started life on a Sunday in June 1991 testing on 101.2. Original founders of Fresh FM were Utty and Tappy. After test transmissions they started running full weekends from a flat on the edge of the city. Most of the Fresh FM DJs were visitors to Sneakers Records in the silver arcade which…

103.5 FM – Bristol

103.5 FM – A Personal Recollection by Terry Starr. The mid-1980s were an exciting time to be a young radio enthusiast growing up. The second wave of ILR stations was getting established, with mergers and acquisitions being a hint of the future landscape of commercial broadcasting. The BBC was reforming their services and began installing…

Storeton Community Radio

Storeton Community Radio (SCR) began life on in 1982 on 1296 kHz Medium wave. Their policy was to provide a public service and running costs of the station were shared by the presenters. The station later moved to 1026 kHz, and continued to broadcast over a large area of the North West and North Wales. At…

Kiss 100 – North West

No, not the famous London dance station this time! Kiss 100 broadcast to Liverpool in the 1990s. More information to come soon… Photos Audio Mark Wright & Tony Scott – December 1991 44 mins Mike Stand – December 1991 38 mins Tony Scott – December 1991 17 mins

Concept Radio

Concept Radio broadcast from Liverpool from the 1970s, through to the 2000s. More on Concept Radio can be found on these sites: Concept Radio Official Site Concept News Concept Wiki Download To save any item from this list then Right Click and ‘Save Target As…’ Photos Audio Jingle 1 n/a Jingle 2 n/a Tom Webb – 1977…

Kool FM – Birmingham

Kool FM started broadcasting to the West Midlands from its Birmingham base in early 1996 on a frequency of 105.6 later moving to 92.4FM. The team behind the station were inspired by Kool FM in London, or Kool London as it is known today. Kool FM’s broadcasts were weekends, starting on a Friday and ending on a…