Here is an interview with Janet Latham from Hope FM in Bournemouth
Graham Talks to Phill Russel on Express Fm in Portsmouth
About Express FM
From their website :
A Pioneering Venture
Express FM is a pioneering venture based in the heart of Portsmouth. We use stereo FM radio to broaden horizons, unleash potential and raise aspirations for the benefits of the whole community. Here’s how …
Programmes that celebrate life in South East Hampshire. A fresh, upbeat musical mix, real local voices upfront and in a constant mission to search out the opportunities in our city for getting the most out of life; music, education, sports, heritage and more besides.
Open access radio for South East Hampshire’s passions; enthusiasts about everything from the environment to jazz music can learn to make their own live radio shows.
A powerful training tool, with workshops to add excitement to learning, and ‘real life’ challenges for employees and students.
Express FM puts experienced professional broadcasters at the service of the people of South East Hampshire. We teach skills that help people communicate.
Express FM is legally prohibited from distributing profits. We don’t have shareholders. We don’t send surplus cash for use outside our area. Every penny we receive is invested in helping people communicate.
In this interview Graham talks to Sally Elkington from Lincs FM
Launched in 1992, Lincs FM is a part of local life for over 313,000* adults every week across Lincolnshire and Newark, including Grimsby, Louth, Horncastle, Gainsborough, Market Rasen, Scunthorpe, Skegness, Boston and Sleaford.
Our daily mix of music, local news, weather, travel, community information and competitions ranging from small time give-a-ways to paid for trips to Berlin all make sure our listeners re-tune to Lincs FM time and time again.
Lincs FM is part of the Lincs FM Group, 8 local commercial radio stations covering Lincolnshire and Yorkshire. Working in partnership with more than one station in the group can help you maximise the amount of people you are talking to – meaning more people hear about your business.
Here is some information about Canalside Radio – taken from their website:
Canalside Community Radio began broadcasting on 102.8fm full time on the 4th of December 2008.
The brainchild of Nick Wright, Canalside Community Radio was founded in April 2004 with the assistance of fellow Bollington residents Chris Heathcote, Eddie and Christine Walmsley, Alan Firth and Gail Wright.
In February 2008 an application was made to OFCOM for a permanent broadcasting licence. To this end a permanent 5 year broadcasting license was issued and the station went live on air Thursday 4th December 2008. A successful application to extend the broadcasting license for another 5 years was granted in August 2013.
In Autumn of 2012, Canalside teamed up with Make It Macclesfield to form Canalside’s The Thread, combining website and fm radio to bring the biggest and best guide to what’s going on in Macclesfield.