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Chris Country
Broadcast areaManchester, Liverpool,Cambridge, Portsmouth, Norwich, Suffolk, Glasgow,Greater London
BrandingThe UK's country station
Formatcountry music
OwnerChris Country Broadcasting
First air date
27 April 2013

Chris Country is a UK-based radio station playing country music. Founded by Chris Stevens, it launched on 27 April 2013.[1] The station is now owned by CountryLine, having purchased the station from Chris Stevens and Nation Broadcasting in March 2020.[2]

DAB Availability

Chris Country is currently available in several areas of the UK. The station's first carriage agreements were on three of Ofcom's trial of small-scale DAB multiplexes - Manchester, Portsmouth and Cambridge. On 11 March 2016 the station launched on the London 2 DAB multiplex.[3] A month later the station launched on the North East Wales DAB multiplex[4] Today Chris Country can now also be heard on the Suffolk multiplex, and the small-scale Norwich multiplex and in 2019 it launched on the small-scale Glasgow multiplex.


Much of the station's output is automated although recently the station introduced more presenter-led shows. Chris Stevens, the station founder, hosts the breakfast show and John Collins presents drivetime. Other presenters include Miles Myers-Cough Harris. The station also broadcasts country countdown programmes from America, including Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40, and other syndicated shows Nashville Access and Tim Rogers Classic Country. Chris Country also broadcasts hourly news summaries from Radio News Hub.

Chris Country Weekly

The station produces a weekly 3 hour syndicated show for commercial & community radio stations. It’s presented by the station manager Chris Stevens and distributed via his company Devaweb. It plays the very best in current and classic country music, the same as that of the 24/7 radio station. Occasionally, there are special star guests from the country music scene that appear on the program and sometimes even perform acoustic live sessions.

The show airs on various local radio stations including Minster FM, Signal 2 and Swansea Sound.

See also


  1. ^ "New country music radio station launches". Radio Today. 24 April 2013. Retrieved 25 April 2013.
  2. ^ Chris Country Radio sold to country brand CountryLine
  3. ^ Chris Country arrives in London on DAB
  4. ^ Chris Country arrives in NW England and NE Wales

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