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Heart London
The Heart Network logo.svg
Frequency106.2 MHz
RDS: Heart___
CE Digital (London),
Block 12C, 128kbit/s (DAB)
Sky: 0111
TalkTalk TV: 612
Virgin Media: 918
Freeview 728
Freesat 733
BrandingLondon's Heart
SloganTurn up the Feel Good!
Programming
FormatHot AC
Ownership
OwnerGlobal
Capital London
LBC
LBC News
Smooth London
Radio X
History
First air date
5 September 1995; 25 years ago (1995-09-05)
Links
Websitewww.heart.co.uk/london

Heart London is a regional radio station owned and operated by Global Radio as part of the Heart network.

On 25 June 2007, it was announced that Heart along with its sister stations The Arrow, Sky News Radio, LBC and Galaxy were to be sold for £170 million to Global Radio from Chrysalis Radio.[1]

The station broadcasts from studios at Leicester Square in London.

Availability

In addition to FM, the station is available on DAB digital radio in London, and across the UK on Freesat, Sky, Freeview, TalkTalk TV and Virgin Media. The station is also available on MXR regional DAB multiplexes in the North West, North East, the Severn Estuary and Yorkshire, as well as on Switch Digital in central Scotland, having replaced Heart Digital. Until April 2006, the station could also be listened to worldwide through its Internet stream. However, according to the website, the station has withdrawn this facility outside the UK due to licensing laws.[2]

Programming

All regional and networked programming originates from Global's London headquarters, including the national Heart Breakfast from 6.30am - 10am with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden and Heart Drivetime for London with Jason King and Kelly Brook from 4-7pm on weekdays.[3]

News

Global's London headquarters broadcasts hourly news bulletins 24 hours a day, including local news bulletins from 6am-7pm on weekdays and 6am-12pm at weekends. During off peak hours, the hourly bulletins are networked, except during The Official Big Top 40.[3]

See also

References

External links

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