Welcome to The Journal’s guide to the local media in Bradley Stoke – a round up of the newspapers, websites, TV and Radio services in our area.
Bradley Stoke Journal
Bradley Stoke’s only monthly news magazine (print run: 10,000 copies) and the town’s most popular online newspaper and online advertising platform.
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Bradley Stoke Community Radio
Inaugural FM broadcast on 87.7 FM took place from Saturday 4th June to Saturday 18th June 2011.
Currently streaming on the internet (mostly live Monday to Friday 6pm to 10pm).
Most recent FM broadcast: Saturday 3rd December to Saturday 17th December 2011.
Began broadcasting on a full-time FM licence on Friday 13th September 2013.
Live studio video feed on USTREAM.
Audio clips from Bradley Stoke Radio on SoundCloud.
Latest news from Bradley Stoke Radio
Bradley Stoke Examiner
An early online newspaper for Bradley Stoke. Now in hibernation, but still a useful reference.
Bradley Stoke Town Council
Press releases from your local Council
Bradley Stoke Matters
Quarterly advertising booklet delivered through your letterbox. No longer edited in Bradley Stoke, despite claiming to be “In the community, for the community”.
94.9 FM | 104.6 FM | DAB | Live
Latest news headlines from BBC Bristol
96.3 FM | DAB | Live
Jack fm Bristol
106.5 FM | DAB | Online
Website: Jack fm Bristol
107.2 FM | DAB | Live
Easy listening station for Bristol and Bath.
Website: The Breeze 107 South West
Bristol Post (formerly Bristol Evening Post)
Bristol-based daily (Mon-Fri) newspaper. Visit our News Feeds page to see what they’ve been reporting about in Bradley Stoke.
Website: Bristol Post
Bristol Observer – South Gloustershire Edition
Free newspaper delivered weekly to some (but far from all) homes in Bradley Stoke. In the same ownership as the Bristol Post – recycles stories already seen in that paper.
Your guide to arts, culture and going out in Bristol and Bath.
Now published monthly within the free Folio magazine. Available from Bradley Stoke Library.
87.7 FM | Live
Community radio for South Gloucestershire including towns such as Yate, Thornbury, Wickwar, Bradley Stoke and Chipping Sodbury.
Broadcasts 24×7 365 days a year online and twice a year on FM.
Website: GLOSS FM
Bristol Community FM (BCfm)
93.2 FM | Live
The first community radio station in Bristol.
1449 AM | Live: Windows Media Player
The University of the West of England’s (UWE) radio station.
Sister publication of the Bradley Stoke Journal, bringing you all the news from Patchway and the new neighbourhood of Charlton Hayes.
Website: Patchway Journal
Stoke Gifford Journal
Sister publication of the Bradley Stoke Journal, bringing you all the news from Little Stoke, Stoke Gifford and the new neighbourhood of Cheswick Village.
Website: Stoke Gifford Journal
Sister publication of the Bradley Stoke Journal, bringing you all the news from Filton, together with business news from local companies such as Airbus and GKN Aerospace.
Website: Filton Journal
South Glos Post
News website offering a comprehensive round up of stories sourced from the police, local councils, political groups and community organisations in South Gloucestershire.
Website: South Glos Post
Radio Industry News
Latest radio industry news from Radio Today:
- Ofcom to licence larger community radio stations
Friday, 28 April 2017, 10:20 am
The regulator is updating its technical policy meaning it will consider proposals for community radio stations to cover larger areas.
- Change of ownership for KMFM parent company
Friday, 28 April 2017, 9:52 am
KMFM's parent company KM Media Group has been sold to Iliffe Media.
- Nicola Thomson to consult at Radio Academy
Friday, 28 April 2017, 8:53 am
Nicola Thomson, former Group Director of Marketing at Global has joined the Radio Academy as an independent consultant.
- Royalty pays a visit to BBC Surrey studios
Thursday, 27 April 2017, 12:29 pm
HRH Prince Michael of Kent joins travel presenter Sylvie Blackmore at the Highways England HQ.
- Spence Macdonald swaps Heart for Wireless Group
Thursday, 27 April 2017, 10:21 am
Spence Macdonald has left Communicorp to host networked lates for the Wireless Group.