After being told he couldn't use the name Forever FM, Steve Penk is promising the same kind of sound from Eternity Radio - and has launched a crowdfunding appeal to raise £30,000 to pay for it.
Radio Manchester's afternoon show will play the songs inspired by the fictional radio station for three hours.
Forever FM hasn't quite managed to live up to its name - it has closed down within a few days of opening.
The radio station featured in BBC 1 comedy Car Share has been brought to life by Steve Penk.
Rob Charles, Debbie Ousbey and Alex Brooke have recorded special links for the station, Forever FM.