Stu Haycock, Stafford FM's breakfast presenter has been released from the station's studios after being 'locked in' to raise money for the station.
This presenter didn't stop movin' still he got an interview with S Club 7.
Stafford FM's Stu Haycock took himself and the station's camper van out on the roads during his show to get closer to his listeners.
The turn around is one of the quickest in community radio from licence award to on-air
Stafford FM has appointed former Signal 1 & Rock FM presenter Stu Haycock as their new Station Manager.
Ofcom has awarded three new community radio licences in Stoke-on-Trent and Stafford, and turned down four more.
Community radio station Stafford FM has been re-structured after a team of people there set up a new station called XL-FM. (more…)
Stafford FM gets RSL licence , 8 years after last temporary FM broadcast.
RSL team from a decade ago to return with online community station.