Phonic FM - A Sound Alternative

Phonic FM
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Gandy Street
Exeter
EX4 3LS

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NewCare Devon are proud sponsors of cutting-edge Eye Life Show. The show is presented using a special eye controlled computer by DJ Eye Tech who has locked-in syndrome and can only move his eyes.

 
 
Phonic FM is Exeter’s sound alternative — a community radio station for the city and beyond, broadcasting on 106.8FM and online, 24 hours a day.
Linton Kwesi Johnson live, 28 September

Linton Kwesi Johnson live, 28 September

Phonic FM presents a spoken word performance by the legendary dub poet Linton Kwesi Johnson, including readings of his famous work and incisive reflections on Black British experience.

Phonic FM workshops at the Lost Weekend festival, 6–7 October

Phonic FM workshops at the Lost Weekend festival, 6–7 October

Phonic FM is delighted to support Exeter’s new Lost Weekend festival, taking place from 6–8 October 2017. Over the weekend, Phonic FM will host two workshops for college-aged radio and sound arts enthusiasts.

The Magic Band live, 21 November

The Magic Band live, 21 November

Phonic FM presents one of the last chances to see the music of Captain Beefheart played by his official backing band.

Dementia Friendly Awards: Last year’s winner, one year on

Dementia Friendly Awards: Last year’s winner, one year on

2016 Dementia Friendly award-winner Gina Awad, of Phonic FM, explains how her work continues in Exeter.

Phonic FM welcomes two new directors

Phonic FM welcomes two new directors

Exeter Community Radio, which broadcasts as Phonic FM, has appointed two new directors to its board.

Phonic FM joins UK Radioplayer

Phonic FM joins UK Radioplayer

Radioplayer’s aim is to keep radio listening simple, particularly on things which are connected to the internet, like computers, smartphones, and tablets.

Live: Broadcasts from the Edge of the Horizon – The Beacon, 13/14 May

Live: Broadcasts from the Edge of the Horizon – The Beacon, 13/14 May

Artists Volkhardt Müller and Dawn Scarfe are taking to the hills around Exeter to produce a 24-hour performance broadcast with the city and its residents. Phonic FM will broadcast part of this live, overnight on 13/14 May.

Exeter is uniting for Dementia

Exeter is uniting for Dementia

This Dementia Awareness Week, 14-20 May, the Alzheimer’s Society is asking everyone across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to unite against dementia. Phonic FM’s Gina Awad is involved.


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