Valleys Radio

Valleys Radio

Infobox Radio Station
name = Valleys Radio


city =
area = Heads of South Wales Valleys
branding = For the Heart of South Wales
slogan = You Love It, We Play It
airdate = November 23 1996
frequency = 1116 kHz, 999 kHz
share = 6.3%
share as of = September 2007
share source = [http://www.rajar.co.uk/listening/quarterly_listening.php]
format = Adult Contemporary
power =
erp =
class =
callsign_meaning =
owner = UTV Radio
website = [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/ www.valleysradio.co.uk]

Valleys Radio is a radio station broadcasting to the heads of the South Wales Valleys. The broadcast area is covered by two transmitters, 999kHz from the Aberdare transmitter, and 1116kHz from the Ebbw Vale transmitter, with the Ebbw Vale signal being the comparatively stronger of the two.Fact|date=September 2008

Music

The station plays mainly Adult Contemporary music, featuring a mix of current and classic hits. The station also runs an online 'Music Academy' [http://survey.songpeople.com/communities/default.aspx?p=p2680643&n=(0%3a0-2877033%230%2c+245)] which allows listeners to feedback on the music played by the station via the Valleys Radio website.

Presenters

*Steve Powell [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=80] (Breakfast Show)
*Karen Brown [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=81] (Morning)
*Tony Peters [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=79] (Drive Time)
*Patrick Downes [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=102] (Weekends)
*Patrick Hanson [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=101] (Saturday Afternoon)
*Angharad Davies [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=92] (Welsh programme)
*Mark Powell [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=100]
*Leighton Jones
*Perry Spiller [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=113] (Evenings)
*Andy Martindale [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=109] (Late Show and Sunday afternoon)
*Pete Baker [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=111] (Overnights and Party Classics Friday Evening)
*Paul Fairclough [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=98] (Money on Your Mobile)
*Andy Jones [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk/presenter.php?presenter=110]

External links

* [http://www.valleysradio.co.uk Valleys Radio]
* [http://www.utvplc.com UTV Radio]



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