Touch 96.2 FM
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Touch 96.2 FM

& Category: UK | Genres: Adult Contemporary, Classic, Coventry, Hits,

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Touch 96.2 FM

Touch 96.2 FM live broadcasting from UK. 96.2 Touch FM is a independent local radio station broadcasting from Coventry and Warwickshire, UK. The station broadcasts from studios at Honiley near Kenilworth on 96.2 FM, DAB and online. The station initially started as Radio Harmony on 28 August 1990 on 102.6 Mhz Fm. In 1995, it rebranded as Kix 96 and changed recurrence to 96.2 Mhz Fm. Under the administration of Muff Murfin, Kix earned a notoriety as a preparation ground for a percentage of the Uk radio industry’s exceptional abilities incorporating Chris Brooks, Dave Kelly and Perry Spillar.

The station originally launched as Radio Harmony on 28 August 1990 on 102.6 MHz FM. In 1995, it rebranded as Kix 96 and changed frequency to 96.2 MHz FM. Under the management of Muff Murfin, Kix earned a reputation as a training ground for some of the UK radio industry’s up-and-coming talents including Chris Brooks, Dave Kelly and Perry Spillar. Nic Tuff was the station’s launch programme controller and breakfast presenter, who is probably best remembered for a 1998 April Fools’ joke in which he called Nelson Mandela at home, pretending to be Tony Blair. The stunt attracted some attention from the international press.

Radio Information:

Location: UK

Language: English

Genres: Coventry, Classic, Hits, Adult Contemporary

Web Site: www.962touchfm.co.uk

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