High Peak Radio

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High Peak Radio
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Broadcast area The Peak District and the Derbyshire Dales, including Ashbourne, Buxton, Glossop, New Mills, Furness Vale, Whaley Bridge, Uttoxeter, Chapel-en-le-Frith, & Hope Valley
Slogan Greatest Hits, Latest News
Frequency 96.7 MHz, 101.8 MHz, 103.3 MHz, 106.4 MHz, 106.6 MHz
First air date April 4, 2004
Format Contemporary
Owner Independent
Website www.highpeakradio.co.uk and www.ashbourneradio.co.uk

High Peak Radio is a commercial radio station broadcasting to the Peak District. The studios are in Chapel-en-le-Frith in Derbyshire. It broadcasts on 106.4 (Buxton & Glossop), 103.3 (Buxworth & Hope Valley), and 106.6 FM (Chapel-en-le-Frith). Its sister station, Ashbourne Radio, broadcasts from Ashbourne on 96.7 FM (Ashbourne) and 101.8 FM (Wirksworth & Uttoxeter).

High Peak Radio presenters[edit]

  • Craig Pattison (Easy Sunday)
  • Barry Jarvis (High Peak Breakfast Show and Weekend Wake Up - Sunday)
  • Paul Jenner (The Vinyl Years)
  • Steve Jenner (The Afternoon Show)
  • Rebecca Cassidy (Drive)
  • Chris Carnegy (Love Town)
  • Damian Senar (The Morning Show and Weekend Wake Up - Saturday)
  • Barry Jarvis (summer) / Mark Atherton (rest of year) (Action Afternoon)

Ashbourne Radio presenters[edit]

  • Mark Atherton (The Morning Show)
  • Steve Jenner (The Afternoon Programme)
  • Rebecca Cassidy (Dales Drive)
  • Chris Carnegy (Love Town)
  • Barry Jarvis (Weekend Wake Up - Saturday)
  • John Dolby (Soul Show)
  • Dave Taylor (Ashbourne Saturday Night)
  • Dave Clark (Night Ride - Saturday)
  • Craig Pattison (Weekend Wake Up - Sunday)
  • Paul Jenner (Lazy Sunday)

News staff[edit]

Senior Journalist
Rebecca Cassidy

Sales staff[edit]

Paul Jenner (High Peak Radio)
James Ellis (High Peak Radio)
Lucy Teal (High Peak Radio)
Gary Teal (High Peak Radio)
Bob Staveley (Ashbourne Radio)

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 53°19′28″N 1°54′31″W / 53.32458°N 1.90868°W / 53.32458; -1.90868