Tag: the breeze
Celador Radio Broadcasting has hired former Real Radio Northwest breakfast producer Rhidian Jones covering all five breakfast programmes on The Breeze network.
The entire daytime line-up of Celador’s latest radio station to join The Breeze family in Cheltenham all have the same surname.
Former Deputy Programme Director of Heart London and Network Manager for Heart, Rick Simmonds, has joined Celador Radio Broadcasting Network Director of The Breeze.
Former Smooth Radio West Midlands Programme Controller and Heart 100.7 Programme Director Alan Carruthers is joining Celador Radio Broadcasting.
The Breeze network of stations, owned by Celador, has taken delivery of a new package of jingles and imaging from Reelworld.
Up to eight FM radio station transmitters have been off-air Thursday morning following a fire and power cut at a site in Bath.
The two Kestrel FM branded stations, now owned by Celador, are being split up and rebranded as The Breeze this Saturday, December 15th.
’s Spire FM is to bid against Celador Radio for the tiny commercial radio licence for Warminster, being re-advertised by Ofcom.
Celador Radio has appointed James Stodd as Senior Producer for The Breeze network and JACK fm South Coast.
Celador Radio has reached agreement to acquire two Kestrel Radio licenses in Basingstoke and Alton.
Celador Radio, owners of The Breeze network of stations in the south and south-west of England have removed the brand from DAB.
The company says the digital platform just doesn’t work for them in delivering local content.
Ofcom has approved requests from Celador Radio for changes to the formats of its two Midwest Radio licences in Yeovil and Shaftesbury.
It paves the way for the station to be rebranded as The Breeze from next Monday.
Yeovil and Shaftesbury station Midwest Radio has changed its breakfast show ahead of an expected rebrand by owners Celador Radio.
Steve Carpenter has recently left the station, with mid-morning presenter Scott Temple taking over the show.
Celador Radio has bought the FM local radio licence for Swindon from More Radio Ltd, taking the number of licences owned by the group to 14.
The station originally launched as Brunel FM in September 2006 by TLRC and has since been known as TotalStar and More Radio.
A suspected arson attack this morning at a transmitter site in Bristol has meant the BBC local radio station for the city and Jack FM have both been off the air.
Cables connecting transmission equipment to aerials were badly damaged in the blaze at the site on East Dundry Lane in the south of Bristol.
Smooth Radio is to air Donny Osmond’s American radio show in place of Graham Torrington’s Sunday Night Love Songs.
Other changes at the national station include afternoon presenter David ‘Kid’ Jensen taking over drive from Carlos, who will move to Jensen’s old slot from 1-4pm.
Three years on, is anyone actually still missing Plymouth Sound, Fox FM or SGR? After a period of major consolidation in our industry followed by re-positioning by the big boys, we’re entering the next phase for UK radio brands: regional and local ones.
In a special feature, Radio Today Editor Stuart Clarkson takes a look at what Orion,and Celador are doing to keep up with the brands dominating some of their patches.
Celador’s easy listening format The Breeze will add another licence to its coverage area in the South West of England at midday today when it arrives in Frome and West Wiltshire.
The group has acquired the Warminster licence from More FM Ltd, which has been operating since it changed from Total Star earlier this year.
Celador Radio has agreed a deal to take over the Bath local radio licence ahead of the end of the current owners’ licence period.
It means their easy listening Breeze format will be broadcast on the 107.9 frequency in the city from 25th September.
Celador Radio has acquired the much troubled Bridgwater and West Somerset licence from Total Star, and will launch The Breeze on its three frequencies this Sunday at midday.
The licence was cut short by Ofcom last week for serious breaches, meaning it will be re-advertised next month to any interested parties.
Celador Radio’s Breeze brand has won the re-advertised local radio licence for Bath.
The group will take over the 107.9FM frequency currently used by Total Star on or before November 14th 2011.