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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  • M11 | Essex | Southbound | Traffic Collision | Road Closed

    The M11 in Essex is currently closed southbound between J6 (M25) and J4 (A406 North Circular) due to a traffic collision. Essex Police are on scene.
    Traffic is being diverted via the Solid Black Circle symbol. 
    - From J6, leave the M11 and join the M25 anti-clockwise.
    - Exit the M25 anti-clockwise at J26, taking the third exit onto the A121 (Honey Lane)
    - Continue on the A121 for 1.5 miles, to the junction with the A104 (Epping New Road)
    - At the roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the A104
    - Continue on the A104 for 6 miles, to the junction with the A406 (Waterworks interchange)
    - Take the first exit and travel on the A406 North Circular clockwise to the M11 (Redbridge) interchange.
    Further incident information is available from Highways England by visiting our website and travel apps, or via our @HighwaysEAST regional Twitter feed. Our 24/7 Customer Contact Centre is able to provide up to the minute information on 03001235000.
    Last updated on: 17/11/2019 23:28

  • A30 | Devon | Eastbound | Collision | Road Closed

    The A30 is currently closed eastbound from its junctions with A382 (Widdon Down) to the A377 (Exeter). This closure is due to a road traffic collision involving multiple vehicles which occurred shortly after 19:00 this evening at Pathfinder Village.Devon and Cornwall Police are on scene and managing the response. Highways England contractors are on scene assisting with clean-up of oil and barrier repairs. Lane 1 of (2) is also closed on the westbound carriageway.   A local diversion route has been installed by Police. For traffic approaching the closure locally, you are advised to expect disruption with extra journey time and may potentially have to re-route your journey. If travelling towards this area from much farther afield, you may wish to change your strategic route, allow extra travel time and follow guidance from our on-road variable message signs and media. 
    Last updated on: 17/11/2019 22:33

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