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|Broadcast area||London Borough of Havering|
|First air date||May 18, 1998|
|Audience share||3.9% (June 2009, )|
|Owner||Sunrise Radio Group|
Time 107.5 is an Independent Local Radio station, broadcasting to the London Borough of Havering. The station strapline is "All Time Favourites" and the station is available on FM on 107.5 MHz in the broadcast area and online via their website.
The station launched as Active FM and was bought by UKRD Group who ran the station as Soul City FM. Time FM is the third name used by the station when it was acquired by the London Media Company, a subdivision of the Sunrise Radio Group. In January 2014, Time 107.5 LTD was placed in Administration, along with it's sister stations Time 106.6, Sunrise Radio and Kismat Radio. The 4 stations where acquired LycaMedia, a subdivision of Lycamobile. The station has retained it's branding as 'Time 107.5FM'.
Time 107.5 plays a variety of music from the latest songs to music from the 60s. Regular featured programmes include: Time Tunnel, a daily 'guess the year' chart programme every morning from 9am. Dance Decades, a specialist Dance & Soul programme every weekday evening & Saturdays from 7pm. 1075LIVE, a Saturday afternoon local sport orientated show, featuring reports from local grounds. Plus specialist music shows from guest presenters Eric Hall Sundays 4pm, Paul Hardcastle 6pm Sundays.
News reports are mixed from the Sky News Centre and local in-house bulletins. Travel data is sourced from Inrix Media.
Regular Disc jockeys on the station include:
- Neil Andrews - Breakfast and Solid Gold Sundays
- Mark Dover - Mid morning
- Mathew Watson - Afternoons
- John Leech - Drivetime and Dance Decades
- Paul Travi - Friday Floor Fillers
- Karen Lennon - Saturday Breakfast
- Simon Baldock - Saturday Afternoon
- Kieran Hughes - Saturday and Sunday Early Breakfast
- Time 107.5 official website (dead link - website offline as at 8 March 2014)
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