In line with our overall music policy, we have a varied programme throughout the day, with a news bulletin at the top of each hour, followed by a track from a LOCAL artist. The News Headlines are repeated at roughly half past the hour.
In addition, there are "specialist" programmes throughout the week - with more planned, so keep coming back to this page to find out what's new!
Offering free services for those in the UK who live with sight loss, the charity Infosound produces a weekly 'Briefing' of news, information and items of interest for blind and partially-sighted people, their families, friends and carers
Subject To Availability with Ade Truelove
Two hours of ascerbic comments from The Grey Squirrel himself, with "The Gig Guide", "The Aural Emetic", "Challenge George" and "The Old Grey Squirrel Test", as well as your chance to choose the music that YOU want to hear. As the name implies, this programme is "subject to availability" (Grey Squirrels are *very* busy at this time of year, looking for somewhere to keep their nuts safe)
Fill Your Head With Rock!
An hour of classic rock, featuring artists such as Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Def Leppard - all selected by George O'Dell, our very own "Heavy Metal" computer!
The Silver Fox Sessions with Derek Liddell
Our resident Geriatric brings you his own slant on things, with an eclectic music mix spanning more decades than you can shake a stick at!
Sounds Country with Richard Alen
Dead Air with Cory Mark
The show may be called "Dead Air" but it's likely to be the most lively two hours you'll hear on Radio... A real mash-up of Dance, Hip-Hop, R&B and everything in between from the last couple of decades
- It's all about the music!
Big Ones & New Ones with Andy Henley
This two hour radio show features a selection of classic songs along side the best new contemporary music and album tracks
The Party Zone
Two hours of non-stop Disco and Dance music, lovingly chosen and presented by George, the Eartunes computer
Ask The Naked Scientist
A new programme dedicated to your science questions. If you have something that you've been wondering about for ages, just email us - firstname.lastname@example.org