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We've teamed up with Koast Radio to introduce four weekly shows especially for you!

Tune in to 106.6FM  or find us at
  • Tuesday 6pm till 7pm
  • Wednesday 10am till 11am
  • Friday 9pm till 10pm
  • Sunday 3pm till 4pm


Sharing what's going on in Northumberland, discussing the latest changes to guidance around Covid and inspiring us with all that's new and positive in our world.



Listen to music from the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s.  If you have a request for any of the shows call it in to 01670 432107 or text 07858 429316.


Health and Fitness

Join us for exercises you can complete at home, health advice during lockdown, phone-ins with Dr Mike and new and inventive ways to keep your mind and your body fit.


Hobbies and Interests

Have you picked up a new hobby during lockdown? We've got tonnes of ideas for you to keep busy and out of trouble.


Local Nostalgia

If you've got a story to tell or a place that brings back special memories, get in touch and help us share some blasts from the past call 01670 432107 or text 07858 429316.


About Koast Radio

Koast Radio has been operating since 2010 and is the only community radio station within South East Northumberland with an FM broadcasting licence from OFCOM.

The station has a mixed and varied broadcast schedule with live shows daily from 7am in the morning up to Midnight, 7 days a week on 106.6 MHz on the FM waveband across South East Northumberland.

Koast Radio also simultaneously streams its broadcasts online making them available anywhere through applications such as Tune In app.

Regular schedule includes general and specialist music programmes, business & community shows, local sports and programmes showcasing local talent.

Koast Radio also delivers live outside broadcasts from within the community, supporting local events, businesses and community groups.


This project is kindly supported by