No one-hit wonder
A NEW online radio station reaching audiences as far as Canada and America has been set up in Godmanchester. Paul Turner established UK City Radio on April 10 from his home in Ferndown Drive and in just two weeks his website has had 6,000 hits and more t
A NEW online radio station reaching audiences as far as Canada and America has been set up in Godmanchester.
Paul Turner established UK City Radio on April 10 from his home in Ferndown Drive and in just two weeks his website has had 6,000 hits and more than 100 people have signed the online guest book.
He puts the immediate success down to the variety of music the station plays.
Mr Turner said: "We play all kinds of music from the 1950s through to today. One minute we could be playing Abba and the next we could be playing Bryan Adams. We offer listeners something different as we do not play the same songs over and over again."
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Also featured on the show, which boasts 30 DJs worldwide, are world news, features, DVD and CD giveaways and interviews. Once a month, the show is intending to include tips on how to be happy and avoid stress from John Rushton.
Paul started his radio career on hospital radio at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in 1980 and can now be heard on UK City Radio from 10pm to midnight on Tuesdays and Sundays and from 10pm to 1am on Saturdays.
- 1 Woman jailed for knife-point robbery
- 2 'Savage' attack left man without spleen
- 3 Delicious dessert shop 'Snik Snax' opens
- 4 Threatening domestic abuser tracked and assaulted ex partner of 10 years
- 5 7 of the most expensive houses on the market in Cambridgeshire right now
- 6 Huntingdon dealer who stole from vulnerable man is jailed
- 7 Warning to Huntingdon residents about the legal use of e-scooters
- 8 Royal Oak in Hail Weston named as the best pub in Cambridgeshire
- 9 Life sentence for Huntingdon paedophile who abused seven girls
- 10 Man with rare heart condition shares how free location app saved his life
The show recently supported a karaoke competition held at the Market Inn in Huntingdon.
Mr Turner added: "As well as reaching audiences worldwide, we have a good fan base here in Huntingdonshire and that's why we are going to try and support events taking place in this area."
INFORMATION: To listen to Paul and the other DJs on UK City Radio visit www.ukcityradio.co.uk