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Revival FM

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Revival FM

Revival FM is a Christian based community radio station in Scotland, operating under a Community Radio Licence.

The station is located in Cumbernauld near Glasgow and commenced broadcasting on 100.8FM across west central Scotland on 3 September 2006. An initial 5 year licence was awarded by Ofcom (Office Of Communications) to permit broadcasts until September 2011. In March 2011 the station announced that this licence had been extended for a further 5 years, thus taking broadcasts through until September 2016.

The station's output can also be heard online by way of its website at Revival FM comes from a history of ten years of part-time broadcasting under the callsign Revival Radio. The station is operated by Revival Radio Ltd which is a recognised Scottish charity.

Broadcasting 24 hours a day - 7 days a week, the station airs a mixture of Christian music (contemporary and traditional), topical debate and discussion, community focus and features, devotional and prayer programmes, news and sport.

External links

Official Website -


Other Associated Websites -

  • Revival FM facebook page

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