Phonic FM - A Sound Alternative

Phonic FM
Bradninch Place
Gandy Street

Call or text 01392 690 450



Phonic FM is staffed by volunteers and funded by grants, events and donations.

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Phonic FM is Exeter’s sound alternative — a community radio station for the city and beyond, broadcasting on 106.8FM and online since 2008.
Exeter Talking

Exeter Talking

With Dr David Treharne. Exeter Talking highlights the extraordinary range of arts talent that exists in and around Exeter. It aims to support theatre, film, spoken word and music, but that barely covers the diverse range of topics that the show has covered since its inception.

What brought you to Phonic FM?

Curiosity and a bicycle.

What does Phonic FM mean to you?

More than I can explain in a few words.

What do you do when you’re not on Phonic FM?

Support Exeter City FC, write a lot and read unfeasibly testing books.

How do radio presenters do it?

Rob Bryden says: “I’ve always felt that, if the worst came to the worst in my career, I could always fall back to doing voices on the radio.”

I agree.

Photo by Venetia Norrington.

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