We could tell you how a bunch of volunteers felt inspired by the legacy of the late and much-missed BBC Radio DJ John Peel to create our own Internet radio station, named after Dandelion Records, the label Peel ran from 1969-1973. We could tell you that we're bored with automated and formatted radio, and yearn for the days when DJs made it up as they went along, like we do. Or that we want to serve the needs of the people who create and distribute new and interesting music and provide a unique listening experience, with the spirit of Peel running through all we do. We could also tell you about all the strange, challenging, new, old and different music we play. And the exclusive live recordings and sessions we regularly feature. However, we think our station speaks for itself.
We are FreshAir.org.uk and we are Edinburgh’s student radio station. Active since 1991, we’re one of the university’s biggest societies and one of the city’s most diverse radio stations, broadcasting everything from entertainment and chat shows to debate, new music, local news and arts coverage. With over 300 members and 10,000 listeners per month, FreshAir has something for everyone whether you’re interested in joining us or just want to listen in. Catch us online 24/7, on your smartphone via the TuneIn app, or playing out in some of your favourite unions and local shops, bars and cafes!
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