Radio Scarborough prides itself on being at the heart of Scarborough's community, and engaging with it. We produce shows that entertain, without the constant interruption from advertising. We cover differing genres of music, interviews, drama and comedy, so you’ll find something for you.
Many of our presenters are locals too, enabling us to understand what people in Scarborough and across the Yorkshire coast want. We strive to be the number one 'go to' radio station for locals, or just people who are interested in our town. As an Internet radio station you can listen wherever you are in the world.
For the Radio Scarborough team community is a two-way street, and we have been actively involved in outreach work in the community, as well as offering opportunities at the station for you to get involved in what we do. From radio play submissions, to our new 'So You Think You Can Sing?' open auditions. We are grateful to local businesses for their financial support in helping us provide a social hub for our local community and for our wider community, across the Yorkshire coast, and across the globe.
With our expansion into the newly refurbished Market Hall looming, we’re excited at the prospect of obtaining our FM licence in 2017.
Have a look at our programme schedule to get a good idea of the diverse shows we have to offer.
Find previous shows online at our MixCloud page. For catch-up shows of individual presenters, go to the presenters page where we have links directly to their shows.
I worked in network radio and TV, before sloping off into semi-retirement. Then I was rudely awakened by being handed the job of Radio Scarborough Station Manager.
Ricky is the presenter of the weekly (Almost) Acoustic Show, and a former resident of Robin Hood's Bay and Whitby.
Rick has loved music since he was around 8 years old when he was bed-ridden for a week with just an old Dansette record player and a pile of rock 'n roll 78s to keep him company.
Dave was born in Scarborough, a long time ago, and has played in local bands since he was 13. A member of Coasters, Panthers, Purple Mist and many others over the years. He recently had a long playing session with Dave Bagnall and Ron Daniels in a band called Alf.
Honey Boy is a soul survivor. He started what is generally acknowledged as London's first ever dedicated Jazz Funk night, in the basement bar of The Albany on Great Portland Street back in 1976 and went on to work with some of the biggest names in Soul Music.
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