Presenters Wanted

djHastings Radio always looking people to help to bring local news to our listeners. So, if you have an interest in the local community and would like to become part of our team this could be for you. Get in touch if you would like to get involved with this exciting new opportunity. CONTACT US NOW!

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     Volunteers Required..................... Hastings Radio intends to be one of the key building blocks of our local community, providing information and entertainment for all and fighting the loneliness felt by many in our area. If you would like to help bring Genuinely Local Radio to the people of the Hastings area, Hastings Radio needs you now! To find out more go to our jobs on our Volunteer page....................................

NEW SHOW

Every Wednesday 4 pm – 7 pm UK Country Roads with presenter Big Al Weekley, Bluegrass Music, Interview and more!

Are you looking to get into radio in 2022? Great because we are looking for radio presenters to join Hastings Radio.

Hastings Radio is a local radio station for Hastings and 1066 country covering culture and lifestyle with a focus on new music, art, food & drink, tech and fashion.

We promote what is going on in Hastings and the surrounding area inviting guests into the studio to talk about their work, sharing their stories and journeys feeding our listeners with wholesome insights into the this part of East Sussex.

You’ll have creative reign to expand on your presenting skills while learning new techniques, playing amazing music and broadcasting to the coolest part of the South East.

Hastings Radio plays rock and contemporary sounds from the 60’s to current: Indie, Alternative, House, Disco, Funk, Punk, 80’s, 90’s, 000’s, 20’s.

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Regret test stream is down, so will be silent for a few days..

Hastings in a 3hr power cut due to storm Eunice with winds of over 70 miles an hour. Power went off around 10am and has now been restored at the moment around 1.30pm. Bexhill has not been effected, just electric flickering.