WOULD YOU LIKE TO SPONSOR OUR COVERAGE OF YTFC?
Hi There Three Valleys Radio listeners
Believe it or not it’s over 4 years since we started the station and I’d like to pass on a huge vote of thanks to you all for your continued support.
We couldn’t do it without you, but sadly like everybody increased costs are beginning to take their toll, despite the fact that the station is run totally by volunteers.
So if you enjoy our station we are hoping you may feel you can make a small donation to our JustGiving page.
Three Valleys Radio for the best music and Sport in the South West
We’ve gone Poddy!!!
Since May Three Valleys has switched all our Sports Zone and selected non-music shows programs to podcasts format, with the exception of our regular LIVE football commentaries of Yeovil Town Football Club which will continue as normal.
Podcasts are becoming more and more popular, allowing listeners access to their chosen program at a time that suits them.
We believe this decision will give listeners the opportunity to join the ever increasing band of Three Valleys Radio Podcast followers.
In the two years, since we started using Podcasts for selected programs we have had over 33,140 downloads which we feel rightly proud of.
With a wider choice of programs becoming available in the coming months we feel sure that switching to Podcast will be more than justified.
Three Valleys Radio will continue its usual Music Zone Programs as normal, bringing you its usual varied mix of Retro, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s, Country & Western, Motown and current day favourites.
We are looking for more sports mad volunteers with a desire to break into sports radio. With plans to introduce new programs covering F1, Cricket, Rugby and a magazine program aimed at 16-30 age group and covering fashion, computer games, Films, music and social media we would welcome a chat with anyone who is keen to get involved, male or female.
Come on give us a call. We are a friendly bunch and we are all mad on Community Radio.
So either e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone or txt Adi Hopper on 07768 174005
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