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About XS Manchester 106.1

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XS Manchester launched in 2008 as 106.1 Rock Radio, and after a few name changes, finally in 2016 got its current name. XS Manchester is in the ownership of Communicorp UK Ltd., and has 132.000 weekly listeners in the UK.
XS Manchester works as a local radio station serving primarily Manchester and North West England with locally related news, travel-traffic information, and weather updates. XS Manchester is home of the XS Football Social, so XS radio is dedicated to be the number one correspondent of Manchester sports community.
XS Manchester’s playlist brings rock music all day long from every age of the genre.
The daytime’s schedule is filled with talkative shows with presenters through the day, starting with the XS Manchester Breakfast on weekdays from 6am to 10am with Adam Brown, on weekends from 8am to 11am with Shell Zenner.

XS Manchester music genre: rock

XS Manchester slogan: “Music Made in Manchester” “Let The Good Times Roll”

XS Manchester availability: You can tune in your traditional analogue radio on 106.1 FM in Greater Manchester, and XS Manchester is available on the online digital solutions too. We recommend the online radio stream.

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E-mail: To get in touch with XS Manchester radio, You can find your favorite shows and presenters on the official XS Manchester website, and You can send your message to them here: http://www.xsmanchester.co.uk/radio/

Postal address: XS Manchester, XYZ Building, 2 Hardman Boulevard, Manchester, M3 3AQ, United Kingdom

Phone:
Studio: +44 0845 111 7625 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)
Reception: +44 0161 662 4602 (Check your phone provider about actual call costs)

SMS: 87711 (Get informed by your network provider about SMS service costs)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/XSManchester
Twitter: https://twitter.com/xsmanchester
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/RealXSRadio
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/106-1-real-radio-xs
Website: http://www.xsmanchester.co.uk

Frequency: Greater Manchester - 106.1 FM
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News about XS Manchester 106.1

Alex James moves from Hits Radio to XS Manchester
Hits Radio presenter Alex James is joining XS Manchester to host the breakfast show from July 6th. Alex has been on-air in the North West for 15 years, with stints at Key 103, Radio City, Real and Century. He’s also presented on Kerrang! Radio and hosted Bauer’s networked evening show In Demand. He says: “I can’t wait to get started on XS Manchester Breakfast – finding out what’s going on in our listeners’ lives, keeping an eye over everything that’s going on in and around Manchester and of course with loads of the best music to start the day in the world’s greatest city.” ...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 23.06.2020
RAJAR Q1 2020: Regional and local radio facts and figures
XS Manchester has doubled its listening hours year-on-year after the station was saved from closure. The Communicorp station now has 132,000 weekly reach (last year 94,000) and 1.28 million hours (last year 546k), giving it more total hours than Manchester’s heritage station Hits Radio. Also in the north west, Radio City Talk, which will close at the end of this month, leaves with 32,000 weekly listeners, down from 45,000 a year ago. Sticking with Bauer, local stations are mostly on the up. Of the 15 local services for Greatest Hits Radio in Scotland and England, eight are up and seven are down...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 14.05.2020
Ofcom rejects XS Manchester’s request of format change
XS Manchester’s request of format change to rebrand as Capital XTRA has been rejected by Ofcom. The request was made last October by Communicorp (now known as CCUK) to change from a rock and speech service for 35 – 64-year-olds, to an urban contemporary music service featuring music of an Afro-Caribbean origin and was subject to a public consultation. Ofcom originally said it was minded to approve the change, which would have resulted in Global’s Capital XTRA service being broadcast on 106.1FM in Manchester, closing XS. There were over 70 individuals and organisations who responded, with all but two opposed to the proposed changes...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 31.03.2020
Ofcom receives 51 objections to XS Manchester change
The feedback to Ofcom’s consultation about the proposal to change XS Manchester to Capital XTRA sees 51 objections and two in favour. Of the two welcoming the news, one is a local music company whilst the other simply comments “Since the last rebrand it’s been a dreadful station, put it out of its misery, sooner the better.” But over 50 people took the time to write to Ofcom to help block the move. Some of the comments include: ...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 23.02.2020
RAJAR Q4 2019: Regional and local radio facts and figures
The big stories from around the regions this quarter include Capital Scotland shedding 104,000 listeners, whilst Hits Radio and Greatest Hits Radio increased listeners in the North of England. Global brands - The majority of regional and local Capital stations are down – including Capital Scotland which falls from 513,000 to 409,000 weekly reach, Capital South Wales going from 213,000 to 180,000, Manchester down from 493,000 to 437,000 and Yorkshire down to its lowest figure of 849,000. Recently acquired and...More >>
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Whilst the national news is all about new radio stations and breakfast shows, the main headlines in the regions are about one of Bauer’s latest brands. The first results for Greatest Hits Radio in England show a mainly downward trend following the rebrand from City 2 stations last quarter.More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 16.05.2019
Capital’s Adam Brown to host XS Manchester Breakfast
Former Capital Manchester, Key 103 and BBC Radio Manchester presenter Adam Brown is joining XS Manchester to host Breakfast. Adam will replace Steve Berry and Sophie Sveinsson from April 23rd. Steve hosted the breakfast show when the station, previously known as Rock Radio, launched in 2008. He left in 2010 but returned to the programme in 2013. Sophie has been with XS since 2016 and on breakfast since last year. She moves to a new afternoon show, weekdays 1-4pm.More >>
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XS Manchester 106.1's schedule20

08:00 - Shell Zenner
Weekend Breakfast with Shell Zenner
11:00 - Gareth Brooks
Gareth Brooks playing the best tunes from Manchester and beyond
13:00 - Joe McGrath
Joe McGrath soundtracks your weekend
16:00 - Non-Stop XS
19:00 - New Music with Sophie Sveinsson
21:00 - Non-Stop XS