Scotland's Only Radio Weekdays from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., listen to the Robin Galloway Breakfast program on 102 and 106.6 FM, DAB digital radio, or by downloading the Pure Radio Scotland app. The Robin Galloway show focuses on music news and interviews with top artists; there are also health tips, jokes, and games.
He has been known to give out free tickets to concerts, festivals, and other events. He also has a series of podcasts called "I'm Your Gossip Girl" where he interviews celebrities about their lives off-screen.
Robin was born in Glasgow on March 18, 1968. He attended St. Mungos School for Boys and then studied English Literature at the University of Edinburgh. After graduation, he moved to London to work as an editor on various newspapers and magazines including The Face, Select, and Emap's Music Express.
In 1995, he returned home to Scotland and started his own weekly radio show on 102.2 FM. The program focused on new music and featured guests such as Noel Gallagher, Paul McGann (John Doe in Batman Forever), and Iggy Pop. It soon became popular and had to be aired twice a week at 6 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Lancashire's BBC radio station. Local radio stations are broadcast across Britain, with several local stations covering each county or city. Lancashire is covered by five different regional stations: BBC Radio Lancashire in Preston, BBC Radio Merseyside in Liverpool, BBC Radio York in York, BBC Radio Sheffield in Sheffield and BBC Radio Stoke in Stoke-on-Trent.
Preston North End's match will be broadcast on BBC Radio Lancashire. The station is available across most of Lancashire, including Preston. There are a number of other sports stations that cover Lancashire football matches so you may want to check them out too.
The radio station for BBC TV channel is called BBC Radio 5 live.
102.5 MHz Clyde 1 is an independent local radio station that broadcasts to Glasgow and the surrounding areas of West Central Scotland. Radio Clyde (part of Bauer Radio) operates the station, which transmits on 102.5 FM with relays covering Rothesay on 102.3 FM, the Firth of Clyde on 103.3 FM, and the Vale of Leven on 97 FM, as well as on DAB and online. The station began broadcasting in August 1989.
Clyde 1 was founded by Jimmy MacBean who still owns and runs the station along with his wife Maggie. It is believed that the name "Clyde" comes from the Scottish Gaelic for "black water", which is how the River Clyde is coloured. Although this is not certain, it is known that before it was polluted by industrial waste, the river was black in color.
The original aim was to provide a voice for the people of Glasgow's west side, but now Radio Clyde covers an area extending into Ayrshire and South Lanarkshire too.
Its main audience are thought to be between 25 and 54 years old, although many younger people listen to some of the popular music shows such as Dead Ringers and Discovering New Music. Older listeners may prefer the more traditional sounds of John MacLean's Breakfast Show or Andy McNab's Afternoon News.
5 o'clock radio (British Broadcasting Corporation) - the only radio station that broadcasts from outside London.
All international cricket is broadcast live by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The BBC covers all Test matches and One-Day Internationals (ODIs) between England and other countries. There are two ways to hear these games: either listen to the radio or watch them on television.
All test matches are sold out, but you can always buy one-day tickets when they go on sale about a year before the match takes place.
The umpire is the referee of a game of cricket. They make decisions on whether balls were bowled, wides called correctly or incorrectly, whether a player has been caught out or not, and end each day's play by declaring a winner between the teams involved.
95.8 FM, BBC Radio Merseyside, Liverpool, UK. The station started in 1947 as the first local commercial radio station in England outside London.
It's a favourite with music fans and contains lots of popular playlists. It also covers major sporting events like football matches and concerts.
The station has six regional offices across Lancashire, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Midlands, Greater Manchester and Derbyshire which each cover an area of the country. Its main office is located in Liverpool at Fort William House on Duke Street. There are also studios in Leeds and Manchester.
Radio Merseyside is part of the British Broadcasting Corporation and is known as "BBC WM" or "Bbc 5". It broadcasts news, sport, music and arts programmes seven days a week from its headquarters at Fort William House on Duke Street in Liverpool's city centre. The station attracts more than 1.5 million listeners every month and its audience is third only to London and Glasgow.
Liverpool is the largest city in the North West region and has been named Europe's most culturally diverse city by the Council for Racial Equality (CREF).