After successfully taking over mornings in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirlingshire, Pure Radio Scotland’s Robin Galloway Breakfast is set to take to the Tayside airwaves.
From July 6, the station will expand its reach to be available to listeners on FM in Dundee, Perth and the surrounding area.
Windup king Robin, alongside producers Rory and Alannah, will bring the free-wheeling breakfast show to FM channels 102 and 106.6, with listeners treated to limited ad breaks and locally focused weather and travel updates.
There’ll also be the chance to win £5000 in Robin’s Five Grand Snap competition.
And rather than the traditional hourly news bulletins that other stations churn out, Pure only talk about news if they know it’s of interest to listeners, with the mantra of no news is good news.
Pure Radio Scotland is taking over from Wave FM, entertaining listeners with a collection of shows dedicated to music, laughter and a very different take on radio.
Unlike other radio stations broadcasting in Scotland, Pure are Scottish focused with presenters focusing on Scottish listeners, unlike nationally syndicated stations.
Robin, who began his radio career at Northsound in Aberdeen, and has stopped at Scots FM, Radio Clyde and Heart, said: “After more years on air than I care to remember, I can honestly say I’ve never had more fun than on Pure Radio.
“Scotland’s Best Music – wind up phone calls and proper chat from presenters not afraid to engage in a Scottish banter.
“That’s why I’m so excited to bring this uniquely different radio brand to glorious Tayside.
“Pure Radio is making Scottish radio great again.”
Pure Radio’s schedule also features Paul Harper and Wave FM’s Lynne Hoggan.
Drivetime is presented by Amber Zoe every weekday from 4pm.
Catch the Robin Galloway Breakfast show weekdays from 6 am – 10 am on 102 & 106.6 FM, on DAB digital radio or by downloading the Pure Radio Scotland app.
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