Radio Reverb

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RadioReverb 97.2FM
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Broadcast areaBrighton and Hove
SloganThe sound of your city!
FormatCommunity radio, Radio Art
Transmitter coordinates50°49′45″N 0°06′46″W / 50.8292°N 0.1128°W / 50.8292; -0.1128Coordinates: 50°49′45″N 0°06′46″W / 50.8292°N 0.1128°W / 50.8292; -0.1128

RadioReverb 97.2FM is a Brighton based non-profit community radio station. The station is based in Marshalls Row inside the Open Market.

Station ethos[edit]

The station describes itself as "Brighton’s radio alternative, a community radio station that is working to create access to the airwaves and make a real difference for the people living here".[1]


Scheduling includes programmes for the local migrant community, such as Refugee Radio, At Home this Morning, the UK's only regular radio programme by and for elderly people and programmes as well as HIV Hour, for people with HIV.[2][3]


RadioReverb ran a radio-based training course which included; presenting, programme planning, interviewing skills and using a studio and self-operating a mixing desk while presenters were live on air.[4]


  1. ^ RadioReverbFM
  2. ^ Moss, Rachel (23 September 2015). "First HIV Radio Show Set To Launch In Britain To 'Challenge Stigma'". Huffington Post. Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  3. ^ Dean, Eastmond (23 September 2015). "Britain is about to get its first radio show about HIV". Gay Times. Retrieved 25 November 2015.
  4. ^ Delany, Scott (19 May 2015). "Get into spirit of radio with brand new courses". The Argus.