About Us

Park Radio is local radio for Diss, Harleston and Eye, covering much of South Norfolk and Mid Suffolk in the Waveney Valley.

Park Radio broadcasts 24 hours a day from its studios in the Diss Youth & Community Centre.
Tune in on 107.6 FM in the Diss and Eye areas and on 105.2 FM around Harleston.
You can also listen to the station on our website via the LISTEN LIVE button or by using the Tune-in app.

Park Radio’s aim is to provide a truly local service for the area it serves on the Norfolk and Suffolk border, by filling a local radio void, with stations in the regional centres of Norwich and Ipswich, offering little or no coverage and involvement.

Park Radio offers a new voice allowing local people to contact, inform and involve the community. It is owned and run by local people on a not-for-profit basis and is operated by volunteers from the coverage area. It will supported by advertising, grants and fund raising.

The Park Radio group was originally formed in 2010 with the aim of applying for a broadcast licence. The station has since run four one-month test broadcasts, before finally being awarded a Community Radio licence for five years with the station launching on-air full-time on November 26th 2017.

Park Radio’s focus is on being local, with information, news, features, interviews and discussions about people, issues, and events around the area. The station also features a sustaining service of great good-listening, popular music from the last 40 years – and more.

You can hear a wide range of favourite hits from the 1960s right up to the present day, some you won’t hear anywhere else these days! And there’s a variety of specialist music shows in the evenings and at weekends.

Park Radio wants to hear from you!

If you have any information, news or want to tell the area about an event you are involved with, then let us know.

If if you would like to become involved with Park Radio as a volunteer, contact us for more information. Part of our remit as a community radio station is to offer training for our volunteer broadcast and support team, so we are always looking for dedicated local people to help us in a number of areas, including administration, community engagement and programme producing, presenting and support.
Telephone us, send an email, or fill in the contact form on our website.

Park Radio is at the centre of the community. Members of the station team continue to go out and about to raise awareness, support and funds. We have attended or organised a wide range of events locally over the years…and continue to do so. Contact us for more details if you would like us to attend your event.

Park Radio

Your Station, Your Music

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