97.5 Scarlet FM

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97.5 Scarlet FM
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City of license Narberth, Pembrokeshire
Broadcast area Llanelli and South Camarthenshire
Frequency 97.5 MHz
First air date July 14, 2002
Format Adult Contemporary
Transmitter coordinates 51°42′00″N 4°09′26″W / 51.7000°N 4.1573°W / 51.7000; -4.1573Coordinates: 51°42′00″N 4°09′26″W / 51.7000°N 4.1573°W / 51.7000; -4.1573
Owner Town and Country Broadcasting
Website 97.5 Scarlet FM

Scarlet FM is a local radio station covering the Llanelli, Burry Port and Pembrey areas of south Carmarthenshire in west Wales, playing contemporary and classic music.

The station was originally based at The Foothold Centre in the Stebonheath area of Llanelli, but has since moved to Town and Country Broadcasting's West Wales studios in Narberth, Pembrokeshire.

Scarlet FM can also be heard in Ilfracombe, Devon, some 50 miles away on the other side of the Bristol channel, as well as in nearby Swansea, although the stations on-air branding and presentation does not acknowledge either area.

Programmes on Scarlet FM are mainly hosted by presenters who also work on its sister stations Nation Hits (formerly Bay Radio), Radio Carmarthenshire, and Radio Pembrokeshire.

Presenters[edit]

  • David Baker (Weekday daytime, Saturday Brunch)
  • Jeff Collins (Rugby Nation)
  • Jay Curtis (Weekday breakfast, Second Chance Sunday)
  • Carl Hartley (West Wales Sport)
  • Sean Holley (Rugby Nation)
  • Marvin Humes (The Vodafone Big Top 40)
  • Sarah Miller (Farming)
  • Gareth Morgan (Y Rhaglen Gymraeg)
  • Matthew Morrissey (Sunday Brunch)
  • Will Pritchard (Farming)
  • Kat Shoob (The Vodafone Big Top 40)
  • James Southon (Weekday drivetime)

News staff[edit]

Broadcast journalists:

  • Jeff Collins
  • Katie Evans
  • Danny Hayes
  • Simon Kendal-Williams

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