As part of Lincs FM Group, Lincs FM started broadcasting on 1st March 1992 serving Lincolnshire and Newark as an independent radio station. The station is loved by fans of variety songs that dates back to the 1960s. Lincs FM can be heard in northern Nottinghamshire and eastern South Yorkshire. Lincs FM along with its sister stationsl Compass FM, Dearne FM, Ridings FM, Rother FM, Rutland Radio and Trax FM was bought by the Bauer Media in 2019 and currently operates in hold separate. Lincs FM broadcasts signals from studios in Witham Park in Lincoln.
Lincs FM Programs
Branded based on “Hits and Memories”, Lincs FM playes classic hits and contemporary hits. In the area of news, Lincs FM focused on Weather, Travel and Local news bulletins. Due to the format of programming by Lincs FM, it has the lion share of listenership when compared to other radio stations that has signals in the area.
The quality of service in line with the amount of tracks it plays also is one of the strengths of Lincs FM programming. Mention must be made of news and information service of Lincs FM as extraordinary. The radio station is unlike the bland commercial radio market of today, there are regular competitions, dedications, personality radio and opportunities for requests.
Lincs FM Presenters
The radio station has experienced the best of presenters since 1992. Currently, Lincs FM broadcasts the voices of Joseph Begley, Steve Orchard, Andy Fenton, Ross Carrick, Alex Brown and Gav Roberts. Others includes; Rob Hammond, John Marshall, Andy Marsh and many others.
How to Listen to Lincs FM
While you can listen online to Lincs FM live on its website at https://www.lincsfm.co.uk/on-air/, the station broadcast on 102.2 FM across Lincolnshire and Newark. There’s also the relay on 96.7 FM and 97.6 FM in Grantham and Scunthorpe.
Lincs FM on Social Media
Despite being an old radio station, the FM radio has a good presence on the internet. On Facebook, close to 25,000 people follows the station. While on Twitter, Lincs FM has close to 80,000 followers. Lincs FM also has around 900 subscribers on YouTube.