Radio X is here!

This morning brand new station Radio X launched on national DAB digital radio with the Chris Moyles Breakfast Show.  This marks Chris’s return to the airwaves since leaving BBC Radio 1 in 2012.  Radio X will play fresh rock and guitar based music across the UK.

Other presenters on the new station include Vernon Kay, Johnny Vaughan and Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson. Kay will present the weekday mid-morning show, Vaughan will be on-air at drivetime and Wilson will be on-air at weekends.

The weekday schedule:

Chris Moyles 6.30am–10am
Vernon Kay 10am–1pm 
Dan O’Connell 1pm–4pm 
Johnny Vaughan 4pm–7pm
Phil Clifton 7pm–10pm
John Kennedy 10pm–1am Monday to Thursday
Lliana Bird 10pm–1am Friday
Hattie Pearson overnights
Rich Walters early breakfast 0400-0630

The weekend schedule:

SATURDAY
Ross Buchanan 1am-4am
Jack Saunders 4am-6.30am
Jon Holmes 6.30am-10am
Elis and John 10am-1pm
Ian Camfield 1pm-4pm
Jo Good 4pm-7pm
Dan O’Connell 7pm-11pm
Lliana Bird 11pm-1am

SUNDAY
Ross Buchanan 1am-4am
Jack Saunders 4am-6.30am
Jon Holmes 6.30am-10am
Ricky Wilson 10am-1pm
Ian Camfield 1pm-4pm
Jo Good 4pm-7pm
Clint Boon X List 7pm-11pm
Communion with Maz 11pm-1am

Ashley Tabor, founder of Radio X owner Global, said: 

"Chris is a broadcasting genius and as Global makes a multi-million pound investment in launching Radio X on a national scale, I couldn't think of anyone better to host the station's breakfast show. Along with Vernon Kay, Johnny Vaughan and Ricky Wilson, the UK has never had a radio station like Radio X before."

Ford Ennals, CEO, Digital Radio UK, said:

“Today is a big day for radio. Chris Moyles making his return to radio on the new national digital station Radio X is hugely exciting news for listeners and digital radio. The new all-star line-up of Chris at breakfast, Vernon Kay for mid-mornings, Johnny Vaughan at drive and Ricky Wilson at weekends will ensure that Radio X is unmissable, and the only way to listen to Chris and the other great personalities on Radio X across the UK is on digital radio.”

To listen to Radio X you may need to retune your radio and then search for Radio X in the station list. For more instructions on how to retune your radio please click here.

To find out how to retune and to check if you can listen to Radio X in your area please click here.

The station is also available online via Radiox.co.uk, via Sky Channel 0113, Freesat Channel 723 and Virgin Media Channel 960.

You can also download the Radioplayer app from here and listen on your smartphone.

21.09.2015 | Stations

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