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Station M - Pirate Radio from the UK

Welcome to the Station M website. This site is dedicated to the memory of the late Tom Lodge, founder of Station M.

 

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Station M is a pirate radio station which operated on Wirral, Merseyside from late 1981 until early 1985. Broadcasts were made on Sundays only, usually from around 11.00am until 9.00pm. During the station's life, only a handful of Sundays were missed. The station settled on 1413 kHz AM in early 1982, and used this frequency until late 1984. Broadcasts then continued on FM only for a short time. The signal covered Wirral, Liverpool, Chester and much of the North West of England, as well as part of North Wales. free radio, pirate radio, wirral, merseyside, wirral pirate radio, merseyside pirate radio,liverpool pirate radio, wirral free radio, merseysdei pirate radio, liverpool pirate radio, wallasey, wallasey pirate radio, wallasey free radio.