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Hallam FM
Hallam FM logo 2015.png
Broadcast areaSouth Yorkshire
97.4 MHz (Sheffield)
102.9 MHz (Barnsley and Rotherham)
103.4 MHz (Doncaster)
DAB: 11C
BrandingYOUR Hallam FM
SloganThe Biggest Hits, The Biggest Throwbacks
NetworkHits Radio
First air date
1 October 1974
WebcastHallam FM Radioplayer
WebsiteHallam FM

Hallam FM is a local radio station owned and operated by Bauer as part of the Hits Radio network. It broadcasts to South Yorkshire.


Hallam FM logo used from 2004 to 2015.
Hallam FM logo used from 2004 to 2015.

The station started broadcasting on 1548 kHz/194m AM, 95.2 and 95.9 MHz FM under the name of Radio Hallam from its studios at Hartshead in Sheffield City Centre on 1 October 1974. The first presenter heard on air was ex-BBC Radio 1 DJ Johnny Moran - the first record he played was I've Got the Music in Me by Kiki Dee, which stuck after a minute and a half.

On 1 October 1985, Radio Hallam's broadcast area significantly increased when it began to broadcast to all of South Yorkshire. In 1987, Radio Hallam merged with neighbouring Yorkshire stations Pennine Radio in Bradford and Viking Radio in Hull to form the now-defunct Yorkshire Radio Network.

The frequencies were changed during the 1980s to 96.1 FM for Rotherham, 97.4 FM for Sheffield, 102.9 FM for Barnsley, and 103.4 for the remainder of South Yorkshire. After a take-over of the parent company YRN by the Metro Radio Group, the AM frequency became Great Yorkshire Gold. As part of Hallam's licence agreement, the Rotherham transmitter ceased to be used by the station in the 1990s and is now used by Rother FM. Hallam also moved its studio facilities to 900 Herries Road, just minutes from Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough ground. The office space at Hartshead was formerly used by the Sheffield Star newspaper.[1]

As the Metro Radio group was bought by EMAP, Hallam FM also became part of the Big City Network in Northern England. In 2011, Bauer Media's Big City Network was replaced by the Place Portfolio, containing the group's local radio stations.

As of October 2019, Hallam FM's Sheffield studios are shared with sister Yorkshire station Viking FM, following the closure of Viking's studios in Hull.[2]


Hallam FM's main competitors are BBC Radio 1, Capital Yorkshire & Heart Yorkshire. Other local competing stations include BBC Radio Sheffield, Greatest Hits Radio (formerly Peak FM) North Derbyshire, Greatest Hits Radio(formerly Rother FM) Rotherham, Dearne FM and Trax FM.

The station broadcasts on analogue frequencies on 97.4 FM (Tapton Hill, Sheffield), 103.4 FM (Clifton, near the M18) and 102.9 FM (Ardsley) in Sheffield, Doncaster and Barnsley respectively. Almost the whole region is covered on 103.4 FM. The station also broadcasts via DAB on the Bauer Radio multiplex, and online and via their app.


Networked programming originates from Bauer’s Manchester studios.[3][4]

Local programming is produced and broadcast from Bauer’s Sheffield studios Big John @ Breakfast weekdays from 6-10am. [5]


Bauer’s Sheffield newsroom broadcasts local news bulletins hourly from 6am-7pm on weekdays, and from 7am-1pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Headlines are broadcast on the half hour during weekday breakfast and drivetime shows, alongside traffic bulletins.

National bulletins from Sky News Radio are carried overnight with bespoke networked bulletins on weekend afternoons, usually originating from Bauer's Leeds newsroom.

Notable past presenters


  1. ^ " - worldwide media contacts and information".
  2. ^ "Viking FM is moving out of Hull to join Hallam FM". Radio Today. 12 August 2019. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  3. ^ Hits Radio Network stations drop local weekend programmes, Radio Today, 30 May 2019
  4. ^ Bauer to network drivetime across 11 licences in North and Midlands, Radio Today, 5 August 2019
  5. ^ Hallam FM - Public File
  6. ^ "Spoof hits funny bone". Sheffield Telegraph. 5 October 2007. Retrieved 22 May 2019.
  7. ^ "Blades to support tragic DJ's worthy cause". Sheffield Telegraph. 27 September 2010. Retrieved 22 May 2019.
  8. ^ "Daryl Denham back at Hallam". RadioToday. 9 December 2005. Retrieved 22 May 2019.

External links

Media related to Hallam FM at Wikimedia Commons

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