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Pulse 2
Pulse 2 logo 2016.png
CityBradford
Broadcast areaBradford, Kirklees and Calderdale
Slogan"Good Times Great Music/ The Greatest Hits of the 60s 70s & 80s"/ The Greatest Hits of All Time"
FrequencyMW: 1278, 1530 kHz
DAB: 11B
First air date1 May 1989
FormatClassic hits
OwnerWireless Group
Sister stationsPulse 1
Websitewww.pulse2.co.uk

Pulse 2 is a British radio station owned by Wireless Group. It is the AM sister station of Pulse 1.

Background

Pulse 2 logo used from 2009 to 2016.
Pulse 2 logo used from 2009 to 2016.

The station was previously known as Pennine Radio, Classic Gold, Great Yorkshire Gold, Great Yorkshire Radio, 1278 and 1530 AM West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire's Big AM, Pennine's Big AM, West Yorkshire's Classic Gold and Pulse Classic Gold and under previous ownership was part of the Yorkshire Radio Network.

When, in 1989, Pennine Radio was split into Pennine FM and Classic Gold, the AM service became part of a network, initially with sister stations in Hull and Sheffield. In 1997, bosses decided to buy in the former GWR Classic Gold service and produced local programming at breakfast. A couple of years later, Classic Gold was dropped in favour of becoming part of the BIG AM network with sister stations in Stoke and Manchester. Shortly after, Gold reappeared, simulcasting the GWR/UBC Classic Gold and latterly GCap Gold network. However, on 1 December 2008 the station was re-launched as a fully local service for West Yorkshire and is one of the very few legacy ILR AM stations in England to broadcast local programming.

Programming

The majority of Pulse 2's programming is produced and presented from its Bradford studios. The nightly late show and a Sunday afternoon show, Flashback 40, originates from sister AM station Signal 2 in Stoke-on-Trent. A syndicated show from Chris Country Radio also airs on Sunday evenings.

News

Pulse 2 broadcasts local news bulletins hourly from 6 am to 6 pm on weekdays and from 8 am to 12 pm on weekends. Headlines are broadcast on the half-hour during weekday breakfast and drivetime shows, alongside thrice daily showbiz bulletins.[1]

The station also simulcasts hourly Sky News Radio bulletins at all other times.

References

External links

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