TalkRADIO launch details announced

New talk radio station TalkRADIO is to launch on 21st March as a late arrival on the new Sound Digital DAB multiplex, which launches three weeks earlier.

Set to shake-up the speech radio category with some bold characters and content, the weekday line-up will feature Paul Ross at breakfast, Sam Delaney at drivetime, Julia Hartley-Brewer with mid-morning talk, Iain Lee on late nights and George Galloway on Friday evenings, who will be on-air to tackle the topics everyone’s talking about with intelligence, wit and humour. From celebrity culture to the big issues in politics, the station will be strongly personality-led and will feature magazine-style shows from a wide range of topics.

Paul Ross, presenter of talkRADIO’s Breakfast Show, said:
“talkRADIO is going to bring something new and fresh to the world of digital radio, and I can’t wait to get into the studio and start talking to our listeners every morning.”

Liam Fisher, National Radio Controller for UTV Media, said: 
“talkRADIO will give listeners something completely different from morning until night with presenters and content guaranteed to get you talking. Our work is still not done, with more fantastic presenters to be announced later this month.”

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