|Slogan||Act local, think Gobal|
|First air date||1 September 2007|
The station is non-commercial - it is not obligated to sell advertisements in order to remain operational. This gives autonomy with format, allowing a variety of tastes and musical genres to be accommodated in programming. For example, Hughie Dixon plays indie rock 9-11 p.m. on Tuesday and Pete Dicks presents Beatles and Beyond - Europe's longest running Beatles-themed radio show - from 11 p.m. on Sunday evenings.
Andrew Stevens Saturday Talk Show between 2pm -4pm visit www.asmediauk.com for more information and the yesterYear Chart from 6pm every Sunday.
Hayes FM was launched out of an initiative between Sutish Sharma, who at that time was working for the BBC, and local MP John McDonnell. The initiative's aim was to contribute towards engaging the three West London boroughs' different communities.
In 2003, Hayes FM undertook a Restricted Service Licence for one month. In 2004, the station developed accredited training courses, and in November of that year submitted an application to Ofcom for a local radio licence. Hayes FM was awarded a radio operators licence in 2006; it started broadcasting on 1 September 2007.
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