Castle Mead Radio

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Castle Mead Radio
CMR-Logo.jpg
City of license Hinckley, Leicestershire
Broadcast area Hinckley Hospital, Sunnyside Hospital
Branding CMR
Slogan The Station You Feel At Home With
First air date 9 November 1990 (1990-11-09)
Format General Music
Language(s) English
Website www.castlemeadradio.co.uk

Castle Mead Radio is a hospital radio station broadcasting to Hinckley and Sunnyside Hospitals in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England. It provides music, talk and entertainment to staff, patients and visitors. [1] It has been broadcasting since late 1990. Full details of history etc. can be found on the official website. In 2011 to mark it's 21st birthday began broadcasting on the internet. [2]

21st Birthday[edit]

On 9 November 2011 Castle Mead Radio was 21 years old. [3] To celebrate the station held a birthday party. [4]

Live on-air Staff[edit]

Castle Mead Radio's on-air staff include:[5]

  • Jerry Davis - Monday Afternoons
  • Graham Percival - Monday Evenings
  • Mike Leavy - Tuesday Mornings
  • Maddy Langham - Tuesday Mornings
  • Rita McGowan - Tuesday Afternoons
  • Andy Betts - Tuesday Afternoons
  • Callum Denore - Tuesday Afternoons
  • Pete Worthington - Tuesday Evenings
  • James Chase - Tuesday Evening
  • Paul Gardner - Wednesday Mornings
  • Ken Parker - Wednesday Evenings
  • Bernie Adams - Thursday Mornings
  • Mathew Hulbert - Thursday Afternoons
  • Alana Fishburne - Thursday Evenings
  • Dougie Sambora - Thursday Evenings
  • Maddy Langham - Thursday Evenings
  • Craig Adams - Friday Evenings
  • Stephen Brooks - Friday Evenings
  • Ian Smith - Saturday Mornings
  • Steve Blackwell - Saturday Lunchtime
  • Dave Bedford - Sunday Evening


Between these live shows pre-recorded shows are played.

References[edit]

  1. ^ HBA
  2. ^ Hinckley Times
  3. ^ Mitch Ervin. "Party to mark Hinckley hospital radio station's 21st anniversary". Retrieved 1 July 2011. 
  4. ^ Hinckley Times. "Guests in tune to mark Hinckley radio station's 21sty". Retrieved 21 October 2011. 
  5. ^ Castle Mead Radio. "Presenters". Retrieved 23 October 2011. 

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