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About Clyde 1

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Clyde 1 radio started in 31 december 1973 as regional broadcaster in Scotland. On the analogue way, the broadcast is restricted to Glasgow and West Central Scotland, but on the digital ways there are no area restrictions in its availability, so the weekly listeners number is 593.000 in the UK. Clyde radio is in the ownership of Bauer Radio Ltd., part of Bauer's Hits Radio Network, and member of the Planet Radio group.
Clyde 1’s priority is to fill up the whole day with the last 15 years’ biggest hits, primarily from the more dynamical music-line for keeping up the good mood and the increased energy level in our daily routine. The obligatory news bulletins with the important, locally relevant news with weather reports, and travel-traffic information remind the listeners about the world outside the music. Clyde 1's daily schedule is partly filled with networked programming from Manchester, the headquarters of Bauer’s Hits Radio Network.
On Sundays "The UK Chart Show" is broadcasted from 4pm to 7pm, which is Bauer's own, brand-new chart show led by Sarah-Jane Crawford, with the hottest 30 songs.
Clyde 1’s morning show is led by George Bowie for more than 20 years, the “Bowie at Breakfast” takes the warm-up procedure of Glasgow and the West on weekdays from 6am to 10am.

Below the player You can select and listen to Clyde 2, which is Clyde 1's greatest hits specialized sister station.

Clyde 1 music genre: pop

Cyde 1 slogan: “All the Biggest Hits”

Clyde 1 availability: You can follow the Clyde radio on the traditional analogue radio way, on 102.5 FM in Rothesay, 103.3 FM in the Firth of Clyde, and on 97.0 FM in the Vale of the Leven. Moreover the digital solutions are also available, for example the online radio stream.

DAB Digital Radio: Clyde 1

Contacts

E-mail: reception[kukac]radioclyde.com

Postal address: Radio Clyde, 3 South Avenue, Clydebank Business Park, Glasgow, G81 2RX, Scotland, United Kingdom

Phone:
Studio: +44 0141 951 1025 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
Reception: +44 0141 565 2200 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)

SMS: 61025 - Please start your message with “Clyde 1”
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YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/1025Clyde1
Website: https://planetradio.co.uk/clyde

Clyde 1 frequencies

Firth of Clyde - 103.3 FMRothesay - 102.5 FMVale of the Leven - 97.0 FM
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News about Clyde 1

Garry Spence to leave Capital Scotland for Clyde 1
Capital Scotland drivetime presenter Garry Spence is leaving the station after more than a decade to join commercial rival Clyde 1. Garry has been on drive on the Capital Scotland frequencies since the station rebranded from Xfm to Galaxy in November 2008. He’d previously been on Xfm Scotland’s weekend schedule, and had 3 years at Vibe in East Anglia after starting his career at MFR in his hometown of Inverness. Bauer says Garry will take over Clyde 1’s 4-6pm Home Run show from early 2020. He’s currently the only...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 08.08.2019
Meg McHugh to Chill on Hits Radio Scotland Network
Northsound Radio presenter Meg McHugh is to host the Hits Chilled show across the Hits Radio Network in Scotland. From Sunday 4th August, Meg will take over the Hits Chilled segment every Sunday to Thursday from 10pm to 1am across Clyde 1, Forth 1, Tay FM, Northsound 1, MFR, West FM and Radio Borders, replacing Ryan Borthwick. Joining the station in 2017, Meg began her career as a travel reporter on Northsound before covering a variety of shows across the station.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 03.07.2019
Bauer design agency reveals Hits Radio national roll-out
One of Bauer’s design agencies has offered an insight into the future of the Hits Radio brand after writing about its recent work on its website. Thinkfarm, which works with Bauer designing and promoting some of its radio stations, created the brand identity and marketing campaign for Hits Radio. It appears to confirm that Hits Radio will replace regional brands to create one national station.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 11.04.2019
Hits Radio to launch own UK Chart Show
Bauer is to broadcast its own chart show each Sunday afternoon following its decision to drop the Official Big Top 40 from Global. The UK Chart Show will broadcast every Sunday 4pm till 7pm with Sarah Jane Crawford across the Hits Radio Network from this Sunday, 6th January 2019. The programme will play “the hottest 30 tracks in the UK, airing what audiences are listening to, streaming, watching and downloading that week...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 04.01.2019
RAJAR Q3 2018: Regional and local radio round-up
Manchester is once again our focus on the local radio round-up, where the station previously known as Key 103 has lost more listeners. Hits Radio (Manchester) is reporting 325,000 weekly reach, compared with 374,000 last quarter. This is half the amount of listeners it had four years ago. Newly rebranded Key Radio (previously Key 2) has 53,000 listeners compared with 81,000 three months ago. Hits Radio’s Market Share has dropped from 5.2% to 3.9% and hours are down by 561,000 in three months.More >>
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