|City of license||Carlisle|
|Broadcast area||Cumbria & South West Scotland|
|Slogan||The Best Mix of Music|
|Frequency||96.4, 102.2, 102.5 and 103.4 MHz, Online|
|First air date||14 April 1993|
|Format||Contemporary Hit Radio|
|Audience share||19.4% (December 2012, Quarterly Listening RAJAR)|
|Webcast||Radio Player (CFM Radio)|
CFM Radio is an Independent Local Radio station broadcasting to Cumbria and South West Scotland, with transmitters in Carlisle, Penrith and West Cumbria. Its musical output is popular hits of all genres, with mostly today's hits being featured. The station is owned & operated by Bauer Radio and forms part of Bauer's Place Network of stations.
The station was launched by its original owners, Border Television at 8am on 14 April 1993 when Managing Director and Breakfast show host John Myers played "The Best" by Tina Turner as its first song.
Originally CFM only broadcast from their Caldbeck mast to Carlisle on 96.4 and Penrith, from the top of Beacon Hill, on 102.5. In September 1995 they also started transmitting to West Cumbria from their transmitters at Broughton Moor and Whitehaven. The frequencies for the West Coast are 102.2 (Workington and Cockermouth) and 103.4 (Whitehaven).
On the 21st May 2013 it was the first radio station to broadcast all day from a nuclear site, Sellafield.
CFM is currently the market leader for commercial radio in Cumbria and Southern Scotland (according to Radio Authority joint audience research data in January 2008).
From its launch in 1993 until 7 April 2010, the station broadcast from premises adjacent to the ITV Border studios in Durranhill, Carlisle. Following the creation of ITV Tyne Tees & Border on 25 February 2009, both the CFM & ITV Border buildings have now been demolished. CFM is now based at studios at Atlantic House in Kingstown, Carlisle.
Previously, CFM has won numerous industry awards including the Radio Academy's North West Station of the Year 2005 and Emap Station of the Year 2006.
Local presenters are based at CFM Radio in Carlisle. Networked presenters are based with sister stations Key 103 in Manchester and Metro Radio in Newcastle. The Vodafone Big Top 40 is syndicated from Global Radio at its Capital studios in London for broadcast on over 130 commercial radio stations across the UK.
Local presenters 
Networked presenters 
Syndicated presenters 
Past presenters 
News & Sport 
CFM Radio broadcasts local and national news on the hour, every hour from 6am to 6pm on weekdays and headlines on the half-hour during breakfast and at 5:30pm. Weekend local bulletins air from 8am to 12pm with headlines at 8:30am and 9:30am on Saturdays. National news bulletins from Sky News Radio are broadcast at all other times.
Management List 
- Regional Managing Director: Sally Aitchison
- Station Director: Pauline Peniche
- Programme Director: Chris Pegg
- Programme Controller: Tom Haynes
- Programme Manager: Pete Moss
- News Editor: Justin Kings
The RDS name is
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- CFM Radio
- History of local radio in Cumbria
- MDS975's coverage map
- Broughton Moor transmitter
- Caldbeck transmitter
- Penrith transmitter
- Whitehaven transmitter