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A timeline of notable events relating to Classic FM, a British national radio station which began broadcasting in September 1992.
BBC Radio 1 is a British national radio station owned and operated by the BBC. It specialises in modern popular music and current chart hits throughout the day. The station provides alternative genres at night, including electronica, dance, hip hop and indie, while its sister station 1Xtra plays black contemporary music, including hip hop and R&B. Radio 1 also runs two online streams, Radio 1 Dance, dedicated to dance music, and Radio 1 Relax, dedicated to chill-out music; both are available to listen only on BBC Sounds.
Free Radio Herefordshire & Worcestershire is an Independent Local Radio station owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Hits Radio network. It broadcasts to Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
Heart Kent was an Independent Local Radio station owned and operated by Global Radio as part of the Heart network. It broadcast to Kent from studios at John Wilson Business Park in Whitstable.
Simon Philip Bates is an English disc jockey and radio presenter. Between 1976 and 1993 he worked at BBC Radio 1, presenting the station's weekday mid-morning show for most of this period. He later became a regular presenter on Classic FM. He hosted the breakfast show on Smooth Radio from January 2011 until March 2014, and took on the same role at BBC Radio Devon from January 2015 until January 2017. He was the first presenter of BBC Two's Food and Drink programme in 1982.
Radio X is a British national commercial radio station focused on alternative music, primarily indie rock, and owned by Global. The station launched in 1989 as a pirate radio station named Q102, before being renamed Xfm in 1992. The station became a legally licensed London-wide station in 1997, and in 2015 began national broadcasting under the name Radio X.
Richard Skinner is a British radio and television presenter.
Free Radio Black Country & Shropshire is an Independent Local Radio station based in Birmingham, England, owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Hits Radio network. It broadcasts to Shropshire, Wolverhampton and the Black Country.
TFM is an Independent Local Radio station for Teesside, England, based in Newcastle upon Tyne. The station is owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Hits Radio network. It broadcasts to areas of County Durham and North Yorkshire.
This is a list of events in British radio during 2012.
This is a list of events in British radio during 2013.
The presenter history of Smooth Radio includes many well-known British radio personalities who made their names on networks such as Radio 1, Radio 2, and other stations. The Smooth Radio brand began life in 2004 with the Manchester-based 100.4 Smooth FM, and gradually expanded to encompass a number of regional stations; these were subsumed into a UK-wide station in 2010. The regional stations were reintroduced in 2014.
This is a timeline of notable events relating to BBC Radio 1, a British national radio station which began in September 1967.
A timeline of notable events relating to BBC Radio 2, a British national radio station which began broadcasting in September 1967.
This is a list of events taking place in 2018 relating to radio in the United Kingdom.
A timeline of notable events relating to BBC Radio 5 Live, and its predecessor BBC Radio 5.
A timeline of notable events relating to Absolute Radio and its spin-off stations, and its predecessor Virgin 1215/Virgin Radio.
This is a timeline of Capital London, from its initial period as an Independent Local Radio station for Greater London to the present day CHR network serving most of the UK.
A timeline of notable events relating to BBC Radio 3, a British national radio station which began broadcasting in September 1967.
This is a timeline of BBC Radio London, a BBC Local Radio station broadcasting to London.
This is a timeline of the history of the broadcasting of breakfast radio programmes on national stations in the United Kingdom.
This new run follows the success of the first series of High Score, broadcast in April and May 2017, which has become the most popular programme on 'Listen Again' in Classic FM's 25-year history.