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About Scala Radio

Listen online to the internet radio of Scala Radio live here, on Radio2You!
Scala Radio launched in 2019 as Bauer Radio Ltd.'s nationally broadcasted and digitally distributed classical music station.
The presenters of Scala Radio are Simon Mayo, Angellica Bell, Goldie, Mark Kermode and Chris Rogers.
Scala Radio is in the ownership of Bauer Radio Ltd., and part of the Planet Radio station group.

Scala Radio music genre: classic

Scala Radio slogan: "Classical Music for Modern Life"

Scala Radio availability: Scala Radio is not available on the traditional analogue way, but by the digital solutions nationally available by DAB Digital Radio and by the online distributions, we recommend the online radio stream.

DAB Digital Radio: Scala Radio (UK)

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News about Scala Radio

Simon Mayo to speak at 2019 Radio Festival
The first speaker for this year’s Radio Festival, taking place in London next month, has been announced as Simon Mayo. The event on Monday 13th May at the British Library is organised by the Radio Academy and is part of a cross-industry ‘Radio Audio Week’. This year’s festival theme is ‘The New Age of Audio’. Mayo launched Scala Radio last month, after leaving Radio 2 at the end of 2018 following a 37-year career with the BBC...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 03.04.2019
Bauer boss calls for collaboration and respect in radio
Bauer Media UK’s CEO Paul Keenan has called for the whole radio industry to unite so that the sector can continue to prosper, saying there’s never been a better time in commercial radio. He was speaking in the opening session at this year’s RadioDays Europe event in Lausanne, Switzerland – where he also revealed that 40% of Bauer’s streaming of radio in the UK comes from smart speakers.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 01.04.2019
Major national marketing plan starts for Scala Radio
Simon Mayo, Angellica Bell and Mark Kermode are the stars of a new national marketing plan for Scala Radio. The creative will be focused upon ‘Classical Music for Modern Life’ targeting the station’s core audience of ‘cultural explorers’ passion for music. The campaign has several creative executions inspired by the Scala filter of 70% familiar and 30% surprise.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 27.03.2019
Bauer launches Scala Singles Chart on Scala Radio
A new classical music chart has launched on Scala Radio – the Scala Singles Chart countdown – each Saturday at 10am. The Top 20, compiled by the Official Charts Company, reveals the most streamed classically inspired songs from the past week. The Official Scala Singles Chart is based on classically influenced tracks, including music from the classical genre, plus orchestral versions of popular music.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 18.03.2019
Simon Mayo launches Scala Radio on DAB digital radio
Bauer’s latest radio service, Scala Radio, launched as planned at 10am on Monday 4th March 2019. After a three minute history of the world in audio form, Simon Mayo welcomed listeners to the exciting new sound of Scala Radio, and quoted Alan Fluff Freeman by saying “Greetings music lovers”. The first music to be played was Prelude to Act 1 from the opera Carmen by Bizet, followed by Dvorak and a string quartet version of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 04.03.2019
Disney to sponsor Simon Mayo’s Scala Radio show
Simon Mayos mid-morning show on Scala Radio will be sponsored by Disney for the first six months. Other sponsors getting involved with the digital station from launch include AJ Bell, Bensons for Beds, Davidstow Cheddar, Emerald Waterways, Kilimanjaro Live Ltd promoting Andrea Bocelli & Hans Zimmer, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Salisbury International Arts Festival, Sandals Resorts, and Royal Historic Palaces.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 01.03.2019
KISS and Hits Radio join up for BRIT Awards show
KISS and Hits Radio will be broadcasting live from the BRITs this year with presenters from both networking joining together for a special show. ‘Live at the BRITs’ returns as a three hour show broadcast from 7-10pm on Wednesday evening. Hits Radio’s Sarah Jane Crawford and KISS’ new signing Tyler West will join to host the programme that will feature interviews with some of the event’s performers and nominees, as well as the biggest tracks from this year’s BRIT nominees.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 19.02.2019
Anthea Turner joins Scala Radio weekend line-up
Bauer has confirmed the full presenting line-up for its new classical music station Scala Radio, with Anthea Turner, Alexis Ffrench, Luci Holland, Faye Treacy and Hannah Cox added to the schedule. They join names previously announced including Charles Nove at breakfast, Simon Mayo on mid-mornings, Sam Hughes on afternoons and Mark Forrest on drive.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 18.02.2019
Opinion: Classical Music for Modern Life
Jack Pepper, one of the new presenters on Bauer’s Scala Radio, recently spoke about classical music at the European Radio Show conference in Paris. Here’s what he had to say. “Ludwig van Beethoven. Hearing that name, many people are likely to think of the famous painting of the composer, with his wild grey hair and red cravat. But the name could mean so much more; a man who suffered at home with an abusive alcoholic father, who left school at eleven, and who grappled with physical ailments and used music as an outlet for his emotions"...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 01.02.2019