Radio Faza - 97.1 FM Nottingham
Radio Faza is a community radio station targeted at the South Asian and Eastern European Communities living in Nottingham, UK. The station began broadcasting on 25 March 2002 on the frequency 97.1 MHz. Its mission is to celebrate the cultural diversity of the area, create positive change for local people, and develop into a vibrant and sustainable social enterprise. The station aims to provide a platform for local people to express their views, often overlooked due to social issues that impact them. To achieve this, Radio Faza works with statutory authorities and broadcasts public service information such as anti-hate crime and mental health support information.
Radio Faza is owned by the Asian Women's Project and was one of the fifteen original pilot Access Radio stations in the UK, paving the way for the full launch of community radio stations in 2002. The programming is primarily aimed at Asian women, their families, and young people. It features local and community news and information, interviews, discussions, phone-ins, poetry, literature, and a mix of Asian and English music. The station broadcasts in a variety of languages including English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati, Pashto, Farsi, Marathi, Bengali, and some Eastern European languages.
|116B Leslie Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom
|+44 7715 299779