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About us

Celtic Music Radio 95FM is an Ofcom Community Radio Licensed station.

Celtic Music Radio 95FM is the UK’s only licensed broadcast radio station dedicated to promoting Celtic and roots music of all genres.

We are based in Glasgow, Scotland and have a mission to be a strong cultural voice for contemporary and traditional Scottish music, arts and culture, pioneering new frontiers in communication and broadcasting by including people that do not have access to mainstream media.

The service is targeted at Glasgow (and Scotland’s) practising creative artists in a broad range of music and cultural endeavour across a range of genres of music and speech.

The radio station began by broadcasting from the Glasgow city based Celtic Connections Festival in January 2006 and January 2007 as a trial and on a Restricted Service Licence basis.

Celtic Music Radio holds a full tme Ofcom Community Radio licence (CR000257) to broadcast on 95FM across Glasgow.

 

Gallery

For pictures of your favourite presenters, our studio guests and special events Celtic Music Radio is involved with, why not visit our Flickr page? Click this link for to visit our gallery page on Flickr. Including exclusive pictures from Celtic Connections 2011, from our resident photographer, Gordon Hotchkiss

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How to Find Us

Celtic Music Radio has our studio base at 54 Admiral Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow, G41 1HU, just beside the Cotton Print Factory Shop. Our studios are only 10 minutes walk from Shields Road or Kinning Park subway stations. There are also a myriad of bus services that stop on Paisley Road West at Paisley Road …

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Testimonials

We thank listeners for their kind comments about Celtic Music Radio. You can add your comment by signing up at our Petition Site Page, via Facebook, or by email through this website. Here are some comments from our listeners: “Out of 20 000 stations from all around the world on my internet radio, the one I …

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The Team

Celtic Music Radio provides a varied programme schedule produced and presented by a large number of dedicated individuals from many backgrounds including performers, singers and songwriters. The team at Celtic Music Radio have a professional approach in a volunteer environment and perform a range of functions both on and off- air. Click on the following …

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Volunteer

There’s more to running a radio station than sitting behind a microphone, blethering away, playing your favourite CDs and drinking coffee! There are lots of jobs that go on ‘behind the scenes’. Perhaps you might want to get involved? We have a large audio library with over 20,000 catalogued tracks and growing daily. This is contained …

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Contact us

To contact the Celtic Music Radio team, send an email to website@celticmusicradio.net and your message will go directly to the presenter in the studio and to the website team. They will either deal with your message personally or forward it to the appropriate person. Direct contact details for the sales, engineering, events and admin teams …

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History

The beginnings The initial seeds of Celtic Music Radio go back  to 2003 when a group of like minded people realised that this genre of music and the culture of Scotland was not getting the exposure it deserved, and that artists were marginalised and perceived a ‘social gain’ need to support emerging new artists and to keep the …

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Mission Statement

Celtic Music Radio’s has a mission to be a strong cultural voice for contemporary and traditional Scottish music, arts and culture, pioneering new frontiers in communication and broadcasting by including people that do not have access to mainstream media. The service is targeted at our ‘community of interest’, namely the Glasgow area’s practising creative artists …

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Funding

Community radio explained Unlike traditional local commercial radio stations, the community radio stations broadcast to smaller areas and they focus on a specific geographic community or a community of interest as Celtic Music Radio does, rather than make a profit. Celtic Music Radio’s aim is to reflect the needs and interests of our audience.  Our goal is …

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Directors & Trustees

Celtic Music Radio has a strong group of individuals with experience and knowledge combined with members from the vibrant Celtic music community in and around Glasgow to lead and strengthen the organisation.  This furthers the advancement of Celtic Music Radio, ensuring that core responsibilities are met and exceeded. This includes good financial planning, community access and involvement …

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Photo gallery

Celtic Music Radio is always out and about at events, concerts, gigs meeting our community of interest who also visit our studio base on Level 14 of Livingston Tower, Richmond Street here in Glasgow. For pictures of your favourite presenters, our studio guests and special events Celtic Music Radio is involved with, why not visit our …

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Training

One of the primary aims of Celtic Music Radio is to provide education and training in radio broadcasting for people of all ages and backgrounds. This is achieved informally with our volunteers with “on the job” training in the use of our studios and OB equipment with plans to create a structured training programme for …

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Terms & Conditions

Celtic Music Radio  –  Terms & Conditions/privacy policy Access to this site is subject to your agreement to the following terms: The Celtic Music Radio website is for information only.  It is not meant to replace professional legal advice on any subject which a professional in that subject may give or have given. Access to …

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Celtic Music Radio 95 FM, 54 Admiral Street, Kinning Park, Glasgow G41 1HU
| Telephone: 0141 237 9205 | Text: 0777 507 9595 | Email: info@celticmusicradio.net |
Celtic Music Radio is a Charity registered in Scotland, number SC041172

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