Each local community radio station in the UK has requirements to deliver social gain and benefit the local community it serves. These requirements are set out by the government regulator Ofcom by whom we are and will be regulated.
News Bulletin Schedule
Corby Radio provides news bulletins 24 hours a day; during daytime weekday hours we aim to provide hourly local news bulletins along side mixed National and World news bulletins from Sky News Radio/IRN. We aim to provide a re-cap of local stories featured on-air in the previous week in bulletins broadcast on Sundays.
Recent News Stories Covered On Air
Details of stories we have covered recently are available from the news pages of corby.radio
The News Team
Stewart McNeill is Corby Radio’s News Editor, you can contact him by emailing [email protected] or by calling 01536 265 666.
Details of Corby Radio’s programmes can be found on the schedule.
We sometimes use computer technology to automate certain programmes, such as overnights. We are proud to say that all of our daytime programming (7am – 6pm) is live from our studios in Corby. Our evening schedule (6pm – midnight) is a mix of live and automated programmes. At weekends the vast majority of our programming is live from 7am until 10pm.
Amount of Local Programming
The vast majority of our programming is produced and presented from our studios in Corby Town Centre, unless of course we are out and about on our Roadshow Bus. Some shows, such as The Jukebox Drive-in are produced at other studios.
Station Contact Details
Tel: 01536 265 666
Events & Charities Coverage
Corby Radio support as many local events as we can, from Corby Carnival to Weldonfest.
How to Complain to the Station or to Ofcom
If you have a complaint to make about Corby Radio, in the first instance please submit your complaint using the one of the following methods:
Online: Contact Us
Post: Corby Radio, Caldan House, Dale Street, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 2BQ
Tel: 01536 265 666
If you are unhappy with the response you receive, you can complain directly to the regulator, Ofcom. Their website has full details about how to do this: http://www.ofcom.org.uk/complain