Radio Sangam 107.9 FM The only Asian Music Station you need

Colourful, vibrant and ALIVE, Radio Sangam is Kirklees only Asian Radio Station broadcasting on FM in Kirklees and the surrounding areas and on DAB in Manchester, Birmingham & Glasgow. Radio Sangam is listened to around the globe through our innovative app, through facebook and through our website.

Radio Sangam is broadcasting 24 hrs a day on 107.9 FM. If you want to get involved contact the team on 01484 549947. If you've ever had a desire to present on a radio show then this is the perfect opportunity for you. Radio Sangam also supports Summer school transitions, schools radio and media projects as well as supporting courses in Further and higher education. Our state of the art digital studios are fully furnished with the latest technology including play out systems. The studios also boast two additional media training rooms for use by the community. Running as a not for profit organisation and supported by volunteers, Radio Sangam boasts the same standards in delivery and performance as any commercially based station. Officially launched in May of 2016 as a permanent station, Sangam has been broadcasting in the region for over a decade on RSL licences.             The launch event was a taste of what Sangam was going to bring to the region with class acts such as Signature from 'Britain's Got Talent, the amazing Tanya Wells and local starts such as Shery Hassan and Aiden Mufti. Even the Lord Mayor of Kirklees had a bash at dancing with Signature.

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  • A19 | North Yorkshire | Both Directions | Vehicle Fire | Road Closed.

    The A19 is closed in both directions between the A174 (Thornaby) and the A67 (Crathorne) in North Yorkshire due to a severe HGV fire on the southbound carriageway..A signed diversion is available for both directions with southbound traffic to follow the hollow black square symbol via the A174 eastbound, B1380 and A1044 road heading southbound to the A67. Proceeding south on the A67 to re-join the A19 at Crathorne. The northbound diversion route is the reverse route following the hollow black triangle route.Road users should allow extra time for their journeys.Last updated on: 21/01/2019 17:35

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    The M6 in Cumbria is closed southbound between J42 (Carlisle South) and J41 (Lazonby), just north of Penrith due to an overturned HGV incident. The incident took place on the southbound carriageway with some of the shed load coming to rest over the northbound carriageway where lanes 2 & 3 (of 3) remain closed to clear extensive amounts of debris. Lane 1 only re-opened on the northbound carriageway just before 17:00 this afternoon.Highways England resources are assisting Cumbria Police in the response to this incident. There are severe delays for M6 southbound traffic from J43 - J42 of at least 90 minutes as traffic merges onto the southbound diversion route.The diversion route for southbound traffic is from J42 to follow the follow A6 and B5305 route, following the solid black square diversion symbol. Wider strategic traffic travelling south from Scotland or intending to join the M6 near Carlisle may wish to consider alternative routes for the south.Road users are advised to allow extra travelling time to complete any journeys through this area.Last updated on: 21/01/2019 18:10

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