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Manchester United legend, Alex Stepney and Manchester City hero, Paul Lake will be on-air each day 6pm till 7pm hosting Football Social. Playing records, giving stuff away and chatting to listeners. From Muse to Metallica, from Beatles to Beastie Boys, from Oasis to Ozzy, from AC/DC to Automatic, from Sex Pistols to Smiths and from David Lee Roth to David Bowie.Justin comments on his arrival to the team: “I wanna rock! The only way it could get any better is if they decided to put the word ‘Manchester’ in the name. XS Manchester Launch Station Director Ande Macpherson talks about the music policy for the new station; “For too long radio has boxed rock music into small genre boxes. Our mission is simple, to make sure every time you turn us on we let the good times roll.” XS Manchester is available across Greater Manchester on 106.1FM, and originally launched as Rock Radio in 2008 under the ownership of GMG Radio.In October 2010, changes were made to GMG's digital radio lineup in tandem with the relaunch of Smooth Radio as a national station on the Digital One network.
The then parent company Guardian Media Group owns the local newspaper Manchester Evening News, a series of local newspapers, a city-wide terrestrial and national satellite TV station Channel M and the two regional licences for North West - Real Radio (North West) and Smooth Radio.
Real Radio XS (branded Rock Radio prior to September 2011) is a classic rock independent local radio service broadcast on DAB in various parts of the United Kingdom.
It was formerly one of the Rock Radio brand of stations owned by GMG Radio, and currently carries programming largely sourced from 106.1 Real Radio XS in Manchester.
The station will keep its rock and speech format, but will introduce a new nightly football show and Justin Lee Collins for two weekend programmes.
It also has a new strapline – ‘Let the good times roll’. Playing the music I love, in one of the best cities in the world. ” Breakfast presenter Steve Berry talks about his role at XS Manchester; “I’ve had some good jobs – including one I never talk about – but this is undoubtedly the best.
Real Radio XS from Manchester was also added to Switch Scotland, replacing 105.2 Smooth Radio, which moved from the regional multiplex to replace Jazz FM on the Bauer Glasgow local multiplex.