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Welcome to Radio Leyland

Formerly Leyland Festival Radio, Radio Leyland is the brand new name for your local online radio station for:

• Leyland, Moss Side and Farington

• Buckshaw Village and Clayton-le-Woods

• Lostock Hall and Penwortham Kingsfold.

• New Longton and Farington Moss

Following the award by Ofcom in December 2017 of an FM community radio licence, we are now busy planning to get on air in the above areas in the second quarter of 2019.

What programmes are available?

You can hear Breakfast on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 8 till 9am. Breakfast is followed at 9am by the Memory Lane Music Show with Terry Durney (featuring music from the 60s, 50s, 40s). All our shows are presented by volunteers who live in Leyland!

Breakfast  can be heard live by clicking the Listen Live button above. If you miss Breakfast live, you can hear the show via our listen-again facility just click (click Listen Again in the main menu).

What’s special about Radio Leyland?

We’re volunteer-run and operate on a non-profit basis. Our presenters are local and know the area well. We provide radio training opportunities. Volunteers can participate in management and operation of the radio service. We play music from the past nine decades. We broaden your choice in radio. We’re accountable to the community. And best of all, we’re from Leyland, for Leyland.

How can I get involved?

There are all sorts of opportunities. Click on Contact Us in the main menu to send us a quick email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We’ll get back to you to have a chat about how you could fit in. You could be providing backroom tech support, managing the music library, reporting on local events, setting up an outside broadcast, presenting a feature or even preparing to host a programme.