Fantastic blues music and the history behind it from classic artists such as BB King, John Lee Hooker, Buddy Guy and Muddy Waters.
Paul Smailes and Jay T bring you the best in underground dance music, new skool and old skool - features include a record label of the week, a 30-minute guest mix and the latest club listings.
Another afternoon of great easy listening music, featuring music from the shows, classics and much much more.
Your chance to control the airwaves on Link FM. If you would like to present the show, playing your favourite pop rock music and talking about your life, your experiences and things that you're passionate about, contact the studio.
Into the afternoon with great music you'll love to hear from yesteryear as well as the latest releases.
The big pop rock sounds on the playlist for the week ahead, and premieres of the new record and album of the week.
Step back in time and remember music from back in the day. Reminisce the songs and the sounds of pirate radio, such as Radio Caroline and Radio London, the Big L of its day.
It's officially here! Get your weekend off to a kicking start. Feel good music, disco and dance from Link FM.
Remembering the offshore pirates with affection and enlightening younger listeners with great sounds from the heyday of British radio.
Our magazine programme with news, views & interviews, and solid Gold sets from the 70s, 80s & 90s. There's local school children phoning in with their weather reports during term time.
Go-faster music and chat to make your journey home that little bit nicer! There'll be songs from local bands,latest releases,golden oldies. All the latest national, international and local news. Travel, showbiz and business news. Fun, frolicks and...
Join Jason McCrossan every Thursday evening for 3 hours of music, news and interviews. Each week on the show he plays 4 songs back to back from his featured artist, brings you his websites of the week, the review of his favourite current film, fun...
Songs you never knew you wanted to hear. A mixed eclectic bag of the music that the rest of the world let pass them by. Come on in; the wireless is wonderful!