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Peterborough's Only Local Radio Station

Welcome to PCRFM

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PCRFM began broadcasting to Peterborough in 2017 from our studios based at the Herlington Centre in Orton Malborne and we broadcast our programmes to the whole of Peterborough on 103.2 Mhz FM.

You can also find us online too at pcrcfm.co.uk or just ask your smart device to play PCRFM. We are a music-based station playing the greatest hits of all time with a full line of local presenters – sprinkled with the odd national celebrity on the programme schedule. We broadcast local news and community information, we are the go to place to find out what’s happening in and around the city.  Plus we feature interviews with local people and organisations and are happy to help promote any good cause or charity just get in touch – email  studio@pcrfm.co.uk

PCRFM has lots of specialist music shows Monday to Friday from 7pm onwards and more at the weekends too – just check out our programme schedule to see if there something on air you might like. We have everything from the 60’s with the legendary pirate radio DJ Roger “twiggy” Day to Soul music with local DJ Skip Stuart even “Diddy David Hamilton” will play you his Million sellers on Sunday from 4pm.

We love to get involved with local events and where possible broadcast live from them – let us know if you need help spreading the word about something you’re putting on in the area. We also encourage and promote local live music with two dedicated weekly shows featuring local musicians performing in the studios – see our schedule for more details and contact us if you are a local performer as we’d love to hear from you and get you on the air.

Currently, we run two radio services from our Herlington studios – on FM with PCRFM and on the internet, you’ll find our sister station PCRextra. It’s the place you’ll find our up and coming radio stars of the future as we train our own new local talent – could you be next?

We welcome applications from volunteers from across the city- just get in touch if you would like to join the team – see the volunteer page on how you can do this.

 

If you would like to know more about Community Radio then click the link below:

https://www.ofcom.org.uk/tv-radio-and-on-demand/advice-for-consumers/radio/guide-to-community-radio

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