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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  • M53 J2 northbound exit | Northbound | Accident

    Location : The M53 northbound exit slip at junction J2 . Lane Closures : The hard shoulder and lane 1 are closed. Reason : Road traffic collision. Status : Currently Active. Time To Clear : The event is expected to clear between 13:15 and 13:30 on 16 July 2019. Return To Normal : Normal traffic conditions are expected between 13:15 and 13:30 on 16 July 2019. Lanes Closed : There is one of two lanes closed.

  • M66 southbound exit for M60 | Southbound | Congestion

    Location : The M66 southbound exit slip at junction J4 for M60. Reason : Congestion. Status : Currently Active. Return To Normal : Normal traffic conditions are expected between 11:45 and 12:00 on 16 July 2019. Delay : There are currently delays of 10 minutes against expected traffic.

  • connector at M57 J7/M58/A5036 | Southbound | Congestion

    Location : The A5036 southbound at the junction with the M57 . Reason : Congestion. Status : Currently Active. Return To Normal : Normal traffic conditions are expected between 11:45 and 12:00 on 16 July 2019. Delay : There are currently delays of 10 minutes against expected traffic.

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  • A19 | County Durham | Both Directions | Incident | Road Closed

    The A19 in County Durham is closed in both directions, between the A689 (Wolviston) and A1027 (Billingham) junctions, due to an incident. Durham Police are on scene, and our Service Provider in the region will also attend to assist with carriageway closures.  Closures are expected to remain in place for several hours.Southbound traffic exiting the A19 at the A689 junction should follow the 'Hollow (Yellow) Circle' diversion route.-Travel eastbound on the A689 to the junction with Wolviston Road-Take the fourth exit onto Wolviston Road, travelling southbound for approx. 2 miles, to the junction with the A1027.-Take the third exit onto the A1027, travelling westbound for approx. 0.2 miles, then rejoining the A19 southbound.Northbound traffic exiting the A19 at the A1027 junction should follow the 'Black (Solid) Square' diversion symbol, which is the reverse of the southbound diversion (A1027, Wolviston Road, A689).Further incident information is available from Highways England by visiting our www.trafficengland.com website and travel apps, or via our @HighwaysEAST regional Twitter feed. Our 24/7 Customer Contact Centre is also available to provide up to the minute information on 03001235000.Last updated on: 16/07/2019 11:21

  • A1 | Bedfordshire | Southbound | Burst Water Main | Road Closed

    The A1 in Bedfordshire is closed southbound between the A421 (Black Cat Roundabout) and the A603 (near Sandy) due to a burst water main in the central reservation. Highways England contractors are in attendance alongside Anglian Water who are working to repair the damaged pipe and clear the water which has flooded a significant part of the carriageway.Traffic is being diverted via the 'Hollow (Yellow) Diamond' diversion symbol. Exit the A1 at Black Cat Roundabout and join the A421 southbound (Great Barford Bypass). Continue until the roundabout with the A603 (Cardington Cross Roundabout) and take the first exit onto the A603. Continue on the A603 through Willington and Moggerhanger and rejoin the A1 southbound at Sandy.Closures are expected to remain in place throughout the afternoon, and possibly overnight. while Anglian Water carry out their work.Please allow extra time for your journey if your route requires you to travel through the area.Further incident information is available from Highways England by visiting our www.trafficengland.com website and travel apps, or via our @HighwaysEAST regional Twitter feed. Our 24/7 Customer Contact Centre is also available to provide up to the minute information on 03001235000.Last updated on: 16/07/2019 11:49

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