Lakeland Radio

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Lakeland Radio
Lakelandbanner.png
City of license Kendal
Broadcast area South Lake District
Frequency 100.1 MHz, 100.8 MHz, 101.4 MHz
First air date October 27, 2001
Format Contemporary
Audience share 12.6% (September 2013, [1])
Owner CN Group
Sister stations The Bay
Website www.lakelandradio.co.uk

Lakeland Radio is a radio station based in Kendal, Cumbria in the United Kingdom. It is owned by the CN Group and broadcasts a mix of local news, weather & travel for the South Lakeland area. Lakeland Radio transmits on 100.1, 100.8 FM & 101.4FM.

Transmission[edit]

The station broadcasts from Plumgarths at the north end roundabout of the Kendal A591 bypass, on Crook Road, in South Lakeland, Cumbria. Signals come from the Kendal transmitter next to the A684 on 100.1 MHz and from the Windermere transmitter at the side of Windermere Lake on 100.8 MHz and from Keswick Forest on 101.4 MHz The RDS name is LAKELAND.

Branding[edit]

The station has a green version of the company logo. On air idents are produced by the Steve England jingle company. The imaging contains the slogan "The Sound of the Lake District".

News staff[edit]

News Editor
Peter Storry

Presenting staff[edit]

Head of Presentation

Dan Beale

Engineering

Robin Duff

Presenters

Simon Yaxley

Dan Beale

Milli

JB

Mark Leigh

John Pye

Bekah Fowler

Mark Gale

Station Director

Tony Johnson

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References[edit]


Coordinates: 54°20′43″N 2°46′37″W / 54.3453°N 2.7769°W / 54.3453; -2.7769