Classic Gold

Classic Gold was a network of three "Gold" music formatted stations which broadcast on AM in Bradford, Hull and Sheffield. They were the Pennine Radio, Viking Radio and Radio Hallam's medium wave franchises. These stations were part of the Yorkshire Radio Network.

Read more about Classic Gold:  History, Programming, Branding, Former Presenters

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Classic Gold Digital Network - Regional Stations
... These were the 20 stations in the Classic Gold Digital Network on 3 August 2007 Classic Gold 1152, Plymouth Classic Gold 1260, Bristol and Bath Classic Gold 1332, Peterborough Classic Gold 1359 ...
Plymouth Gold - History
... Plymouth Gold was launched on 19 May 1975, as Plymouth Sound, broadcasting on 97.0 FM and 261 metres medium wave (1152 AM) ... On 7 February 2000 Plymouth Sound AM was re-branded Classic Gold 1152 (Plymouth) ... GWR Group had to sell off all of their Classic Gold stations ...
Paul Burnett
... In 1988 Capital split its frequencies and he joined Capital Gold ... did a Sunday afternoon show on Capital Gold (2-5pm) ... He left Capital Gold around 1994, and turned up on Classic Gold firstly in 1996 in an early evening show, when GWR swallowed up the Chiltern Stations ...
Classic Gold Digital Network
... Classic Gold Digital Network was one of the biggest 'gold' formatted radio networks in the United Kingdom, with a potential audience of 47 million ... Classic Gold was broadcast on analogue and DAB digital platforms, as well as Sky channel 0189 ...

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