After leaving the UK to live in Europe, I would listen to Gaydio via the web when it broadcast during Pride. This helped me feel closer to my home city though I was far away.
A good blend of presenters and a great breakfast show, a great gay station… Manchester should be proud.
Though I am even further away now, I will be listening on Friday 18th of June.
Congratulations on your full-time licence Gaydio!
I wonder if they will release an iPhone App so I can listen to them when out & about, the same way gaydar and many other radio stations have. Living well outside their FM broadcasting range (plus analogue radio is coming to an end in a few short years anyway), its the only way I can currently listen to gay radio stations when not at the computer.
‘a brand-new’? Who reports this rubbish? Gaydio has been running for years!
Will it be available on-line? as more than just Manchester would like to listen to it as I live in Scotland (UK) and would like to listen to it.
Gadio has done temporary transmitions around (two weeks long I think), now it’s launching propper on a perminant community licence (first of it’s kind).
probably worth asking. If there’s folk involved with the know how I’m sure they’ll see what they can do.
they will be available online, through different media channels as well as their website when it launches and in the coming months an iphone app i believe, keep listing out. It will prove some of the stereotype comments on other websites wrong.
Pride Radio North East UK is also launching on FM from 21 June. A webfeed is currently available at prideradio.co.uk, and the feed can be picked up on iphone app radiobox by searching the shoutcast stream