CROSS RHYTHMS CITY RADIO 101.8FM STOKE-ON-TRENT
Cross Rhythm's serious mandate is to be strong and piercing into situations in their locality of North Staffordshire, into the nation and even globally. However, the heart of Cross Rhythms as an organisation is deeper than that. They believe in collaboration and partnership with other organisations whose impact on society is different from their own. Activities and relationships include prayer, festivals, radio, magazine, website and reviewing and showcasing contemporary Christian music... and a whole lot more. Full details on the website.
CROSS RHYTHMS PLYMOUTH 96.3FM
Cross Rhythms Plymouth launched on March 29th 2007, a dedication service and live broadcast were held at St Andrews Church in Plymouth city centre. Around 450 people attended including the Lord Mayor and church leaders from across the denominations. They broadcast to Plymouth and the surrounding areas and very much operate with a community focus.
CROSS RHYTHMS TEESSIDE 107.1FM
Cross Rhythms Teesside operates in the North East within the TEES VALLEY CHRISTIAN MEDIA (TVCM) organisation as one of three dynamic projects. Cross Rhythms Teesside community radio station due to commence broadcasting 24/7 on 107.1 FM to the community of Stockton-on-Tees and into the wider Tees Valley March 2008. The station will exist to engage the community through the medium of radio using local news, discussions and interviews, with the latest contemporary Christian music providing the backbone to the sound and ethos of the station.
HOPE FM 90.1FM
Hope FM is a full-time Community radio station broadcasting uplifting and positive music and chat with a clear Christian ethos to Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch and surrounding areas of Dorset and Hampshire. They also stream their broadcasts live via their website and are rapidly developing an online listener base in many countries around the world. Operating in partnership with Bournemouth YMCA, they are staffed by only a handful of employers and a talented army of volunteers.
REVIVAL RADIO 100.8FM
Revival FM describes itself as a family friendly radio, with a positive message focused on both the people who form the community and the environment which surrounds their communities in Cumbernauld, Scotland. Revival Radio Ltd was incorporated in October 1995 and launched it's first broadcast in March 1996, celebrating Easter, and several times since as an RSL. Maintaining their vision for full time Christian broadcasting in Scotland, Revival Radio continued to broadcast when licence conditions permitted and to explore broadcast possibilities and were rewarded in the summer of 2005 with the news that the station had been awarded a 5-year Community Radio Licence. After months of planning and obtaining permissions, Revival Radio went live at the beginning of September 2006, launching on 100.8 FM, and becoming the first full time Christian radio station to broadcast from Scotland and the first Christian radio station in Scotland to be available on conventional terrestrial radio frequencies.
Alive Christian Radio, formed in 2004, are now beginning preparations towards launching a 24 hour station around Summer 2008 in the Dumfries area. Alive Radio has broadcast on RSLs over the past three years, and were awarded a Community Licence in May 2007. A group of local churches run the station and features a huge variety of radio shows.
SHINE FM 102.4 FM
Shine FM is founded on a Christian ethos serving the local community in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Broadcasting as an RSL since December 1999, they were recently awarded with a Community Licence and are now on air run by volunteers from the district.
Branch FM broadcasts full time on FM in Dewsbury and surrounding area and streaming live on their website. Starting as a weekly religious show on the local hospital radio in the mid 90's, Branch Radio was born in the heart of the community. Over the next 15 years they ran regular RSL's from studios in Dewsbury and the team grew and developed, and eventually gained a Community Licence.
Flame FM has operated RSL's in the Wirral for many years, building and developing their team, material and equipment. Only at the end of last year (2007) did they hear that their hard work has been rewarded by being granted a full-time Community Radio licence, aiming to be on air by autumn 2008. As well as preparing for full time broadcast, they are concurrently developing their website for streaming.