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|Broadcast area||Lake District|
|Slogan||The Sound of the Lake District|
|Frequency||FM: 100.1, 100.8, 101.4 MHz|
|First air date||27 October 2001|
|Sister stations||The Bay|
Originally licensed to serve the South Lakes, the station's coverage area extended northwards on 23 April 2013 when it began broadcasting to Keswick and surrounding villages. Part of the service area overlaps with that of its Lancaster-based sister station The Bay.
The majority of the station's programming is produced and broadcast from its Kendal studios, with the exceptions of the weekly syndicated country and 1980s music shows. Evening and overnight programming is generally voicetracked and automated.
The station's presenters include Simon Yaxley (Yakkers at Breakfast), John Pye (weekday daytime), Tim Littlechild (The Home Run) and Suzie Pye (weekday evenings). Weekend presenters are Paul Jordan (Saturday breakfast), Jonathan Hughes (Sunday breakfast) and Marc Anthony (Sunday afternoons). 
Local news bulletins air every hour from 7am to 6pm on weekdays and from 8am to 1pm at weekends with hourly national bulletins from Sky News Radio carried at all other times.
- mb21 - The Transmission Gallery - Kendal
- mb21 - The Transmission Gallery - Windermere
- mb21 - The Transmission Gallery - Keswick Forest
- Lakeland Radio broadcasting to Keswick area, News & Star, 23 April 2013
- Lakeland Radio adds third FM frequency, Radio Today, 25 April 2013
- Lakeland Radio public file
- Lakeland Radio - On Air