COVID-19 Emergency Broadcast Service
Community radio stations.
During covd-19 VCSE organisations may want to signpost their beneficiaries to details of local community radios that are providing public information broadcasts.
This list of radio stations may be used in an emergency to broadcast essential messages in a timely manner.
If anyone requires any further information or if any authorities wish to broadcast using the Leicestershire and Rutland Emergency Broadcast Service scheme then please email email@example.com
Leicester Community Radio – 1449AM
The radio station improves social cohesion in Leicester in the over 35’s by providing a station that covers any Leicester resident over 35 irrespective of race, religion or any other demographic. Provides specific programming generated by the African and Caribbean community that raises awareness of Afro-Caribbean cultures within Leicester.
Primary Reception – Leicester City Centre
Takeover Radio -103.2FM
Takeover Radio provides a service for children and young people in Leicester, characterised by the involvement of the target community.
Primary Reception – Leicester City Northwest
Audible Area – Mowmacre Hill, New Parks, Braunstone Park, Spinney Hill.
Kohinoor FM – 97.3FM
The main types of music broadcast over the course of each week are: Bhangra, Dharmic, folk ballads, Punjabi R&B, classical, Dhaddi Var and Shain (poetry). Programming is broadcast in Punjabi and English
Primary Reception – Leicester East.
Audible Area – Thurmaston, Glenfield, Oadby, Thurnby
Radio Seerah – 1575AM
The main types of music broadcast over the course of each week are Asian music from India and Pakistan, including Nasheeds and Naats. The main types of speech output broadcast over the course of each week are national news, local and community news, interviews and discussions.
Primary Reception – Leicester City
Fosse 107 – 107. 0FM and 107.9FM
They describe themselves as Local Radio Station for Hinckley, Nuneaton on 107.9, Loughborough on 107 and everywhere in-between.
103 The Eye – 103.0FM
They describe themselves as an award-winning community radio station serving Melton Mowbray and the towns and villages within the Vale of Belvoir. Their name comes from the River Eye which flows through Melton.
They broadcast hit music from the past six decades and today, plus specialist programmes, news and local community information, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Harborough FM – 102.3FM
They describe themselves as proud to be local and in touch with what’s going on across Market Harborough, South Leicestershire and North Northamptonshire. 24 hours a day, with live programmes from 7am until midnight daily, playing everything from country to rock music.