In September 2000, show host Iain Stables paid a fine for impersonating a Liverpool detective as part of an elaborate practical joke on his co-workers. In November 2004, the co-host of the station’s award winning show, Morning Madhouse, took an indefinite leave from his job after and apparent falling out with his co-hosts.  In the summer of 2014 the station launched a companion station called Edge TV which featured pop culture programming on television. The new TV station broadcast on the Sky Channel 114 and the Freeview channel 11. The TV channel featured "traditional music TV" programming that consisted mainly of music videos and host commentary.