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Boom Radio

Boom Radio

Country: United Kingdom, Leamington Spa
Genre:Oldies, Easy Listening
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Music variety for 60-75 Baby Boomers.

Boom Radio is an independent commercial radio station, run by Baby Boomers for Baby Boomers. Comments on what we do are always welcome.

Boom Radio is run by Boom Radio Ltd a new UK broadcaster, operating on DAB under licence from Ofcom.


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i agree one too many commercials,but to be fair radio stations dont run themselves, the music Boom plays is suburb i relive a memory every day, whether it was music played by my parents, i'm 74, tell me a radio station that plays the like of David Whitfield if wasn't for Boom radio music like that would be lost and never to be played and i also have memories of my own too and relive my teenage years and even my daughters teenage years, Boom Radio keep doing what your doing even if we have to put up with a few adverts our memories of our music is kept alive. proud to be boomer
Love Boom Radio but sometimes the songs are seriously old...My folks use to listen to Judy Garland and Bing Crosby, they were born in the 1920's Not many of those folk around. I appreciated Frank Sinatra only because I was spoon fed his songs as a child. I am a Baby Boomer, 65 years old.
My kind of music but have you upset Amazon ? 7 times out 10 when I ask "Alexa* to play Boom radio it lasts about 30 seconds then I have to ask again. Sometimes 'she' offers some alternative Amazon selection with a cost involved !!
Best to see in NEW YEAR MUSIC! We switched OFF the TV as it was full of repeats & did not have the range of music provided by BOOM. Nice to hear loads of old tracks!
Excellent initially, but it now seems driven by too many commercials & an increasing amount of tracks outside its original remit. Less 1990's + & more 1950's please! It seems that the bigger BOOM gets, the more it becomes commercially driven.
Wonderful, a radio station that plays music from 50s 60s and70s also the the odd current release. So fed up with capitol gold and radio two I have let everyone at our club how to tune in to your station.
No more looooop radio thank u.xxxxx.
The concept is brilliant, using the experience of dj's of the era, but age seems to have taken the edge off. The freshness that was pirate radio does not seem to be there, definitely lacking the jingles. I know times have moved on, but there is still a place for nostalgia, but needs the spark of old. I am not aware of the politics etc., behind the operation, or any licensing restrictions, but with so many experienced staff a bit more life could be injected into the presentation style. I hope that subtle changes can be made without upsetting the listeners too,much. When I saw the article on tv I was really looking forward to recreating my long lost youth with the music I have loved for all these years. Maybe being a mobile dj all this time has spoils me a bit, all I can say is nice try, lot's of love.
This radio station is brilliant.
l have 2 DAB radios and can receive other progs on DAB, but Boom is not listed in stations. Surely E.Sussex is covered. Can anyone else in Brighton get Boom on a DAB radio ?
At last, a station that I can listen to all day. Brings back a lot of memories.
Whats happening to reception from Boom this morning. Keep losing sound? it only lasts for a second or so, But it keeps doing it. Other stations e.g. BBC radio 2 are ok. I'm in Cheshunt Herts by the way
reminds me of the pop pirate set up some crackin 60s nostalgia
Its a breath of fresh air.
Love your station,converted from radio 2 ,I know all the words to the songs you play,makes me feel young again.
Tuned in for first time this morning and loving the tunes! Thank you.
Hi Graham,just noticed your station is for baby boomers 60s to 75s my concern is that I turned 75yrs on May 28th this year and wondered is it ok for me to still listen? Yes I'm bored,I was ment to be hosting my amateur radio clubs Tuesday nett,but 8 Weeks ago I fell over in the garden,next day I went up to hospital had X-Ray,and had a strange gizmo fitted knee to foot fed up with it after couple of weeks and removed it,not an easy job trying to take off the Velcro now I've got a plaster cast fitted,they wernt best pleased with.I would like to say thank you Graham,writing all this down has stopped me feeling bored.Have a good one
Boom Radio is the new Radio 2, The old Radio 2 is Radio 1 and a half.
I'm probably one of your oldest listeners. When I had my two sons, 1959 & 1963, the midwife said pop you transistor radio in their cot or pram sometimes, so I did. They grew up with the music you play and I love it too.
brilliant keep up the good work
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