BRISTOL PIRATE RADIO RECORDINGS

This blog is intended for me to post my pirate radio recordings. Most of the recordings are from Bristol, most will be pirate but there will be some legal stations and stations from other cities or national stations.

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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Bradley Stoke Radio

Only giving this one a mention because I'm about 10 mins walk from the studio where I live. It's testing right now and will be on 87.7 for the next couple of weeks whilst the BS Fest is on. No idea what we are going to hear, but the music on the test was pretty MOR. BCFM are involved in the training and I expect are helping with the technical side of things too. With any luck some of the local kids will be allowed to play some DnB or something.


http://www.bradleystokeradio.org.uk/

2 comments:

Rich Smith said...

Hi, we were on air 87.7 fm from 4 - 18 June. As you say we are a commuity radio station so the music we play is pretty mainstream during the day, but we have specialty shows in the evening. Check out www.bradleystokeradio.org.uk for listings, but you might like Sunday night 8 - 10pm where we have Dave Rogers presenting Recordheadz Sunday Night Madness a mix of dance, D & B with guest DJs and Producers.

Al said...

Hi Rich. A technical question for you - Where was the 87.7 transmitter and antenna located? The signal was kicking well beyond BS32 and in fact could be heard in Redfield (BS5) on a car radio (car radios being much more sensitive than anything else out there these days). I'm guessing the antenna I saw on the roof of the Willowbrook center was just a link aerial.