Radio moments on 1 January
|102.5 The Bridge||Born 2008: 5 years old|
|New Style Radio||Born 2006: 7 years old|
|Queen's Radio||Born 2003: 10 years old|
|GU2 Radio||Born 2000: 13 years old|
|KIC FM||Born 2000: 13 years old|
|102.2 Capital FM||Born 1995: 18 years old|
|BBC Radio Ulster||Born 1975: 38 years old|
|Hospital Radio Bedside||Born 1972: 41 years old|
|Hospital Radio Medway||Born 1970: 43 years old|
|Radio Bronglais||Born 1968: 45 years old|
|Crush Radio 1278AM||Born 1960: 53 years old|
2011: Gem 106 born in the Great East Midlands. A funny old night.
1998: GWR’s sales operation, Opus, launches. Airtime on GWR's 40 stations had been sold by Capital's MS & M
1995: Gemini Radio launched by Orchard Media, replacing Devonair which was one of few to lose licence
1995: Choice FM (Birmingham) launched. Became Galaxy, now Capital
1988: Radio Tees becomes TFM. Those were the days! 'FM' in; 'radio' out. @tfmradio
1987: Radio 210 switched on new frequency to serve Berks/North Hampshire. Chairman on tests!:
1973: Top 20 on @bbcradio1 started being carried on @BBCRadio2 FM transmitters. First time chart heard in stereo!
1927: The British Broadcasting Corporation takes over the activities of the former British Broadcasting Company
1924: The first forecast ('Weather Shipping'), broadcast from the Air Ministry, London.
...as remembered by David Lloyd