Each local commercial radio station in the UK has obligations with regard to its programmes, including its music and local content. These obligations are set out in the station Format which forms part of this station's Public File. The Public File is available in hard copy by post upon request by any member of the public, and serves as one indicator of each station's output. Comment on the contents of the Public File should be made to the station or to the industry regulator, Ofcom.
News Bulletin Schedule
Local news is produced in-house and is mostly made up of local items but also incorporates the main national/international stories at the time. Some National news bulletins are presented by Sky News in London.
The News Team
News Editor - Lindsey Alder
Journalists - Paul Bradbury, Gemma Davies, David Deakin
You can contact the news team on 01926 485630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can view our latest programme schedule on our website, available here.
Locally produced programming
At other times programming may be shared with other Quidem Midlands Limited stations.
Contacting the station
Our address and registered office is:
Banbury Broadcasting Company Limited T/A 107.6 Banbury Sound
The Ideas Centre
Holly Farm Business Park
Our telephone numbers are:
Office - 01295 661070
Studio - 01295 661076
Our email address is: email@example.com
Registered in England and Wales as No. 6928928
Banbury Sound and its sister stations regularly support the following charities:
NSPCC - Annual Charity Auction
Katherine House Hospice
Macmillan Cancer Support - World's Biggest Coffee Morning
Recent programming and/or news highlights
Information about programming and news highlights, including audio and/or video can be viewed via the website homepage, available here.
The Station Format
Banbury Sound broadcasts in accordance with its station format. You can download this format from the Ofcom website.
Making a complaint
If you have a complaint about any aspect of the on air output, in the first instance you should write to the Content Manager, Simon Alexander:
If you feel that the response is unsatisfactory, you can complain directly to the Government regulator Ofcom. Please see their website for further details on how to complain: http://consumers.ofcom.org.uk/complain/tv-and-radio-complaints/
Last Updated: 19/11/2014