Public File

Each local commercial / community radio station in the UK including Radio Midlands has requirements in respect of its music and local content, such as news, speech levels, music choices etc. These requirements are set out in the station “Format”, a document issued by Ofcom and also monitored by PRS & PPL (Our licencing regulator). This Public File contains details of the elements that are regulated, such as music tracks, local news etc. It is intended to give you a better understanding of our output and what we are doing for our local community.


Radio Midlands broadcasts news bulletins hourly between 06:00 & 20:00 7 day’s per week. These bulletins contain a mix of local, national and world news, alongside sport, weather and entertainment news.

Programme Schedule

You can view a copy of the current Radio Midlands schedule by clicking “On-Air at the top of this website, We keep this information updates as and when new presenters join the team.

Licensing Bodies / Regulators

As an United Kingdom based radio station we hold both PRS and PPL licenses.

Comment or complain about the station

If you would like to comment or make a complaint about Radio Midlands please email: manage@radiomidlands.com. We will reply to your email within 1 business day. Please ensure you provide details of your comment or complaint.

In the unlikely event that you do not receive a satisfactory response, you should then contact the broadcast regulator OFCOM by visiting their website at https://www.ofcom.org.uk

Other areas with impact to localness

There are no current issues that impact on the localness of the station.

Events/Charities and/or news highlights

Radio Midlands is proud to be supporting local charities check out our charities page to view who we support we are proud to be supporting these great causes making a real impact to the local community click here to see our current charities.

Automated Programming:

As as station that is ran by volunteers, all of our live and pre-recorded shows are ran remotely, This involves a presenter connecting to our secure network and then using home applications to broadcast their stream.

Local Programming

As a proud local station over 60% of our programs are locally recording or presented live, the remaining shows are produced within the United Kingdom, All pre-recorded shows are checked prior to broadcast with checks in place for live broadcast.

The Station’s Playlist:

A copy of the current playlist can be found by clicking the “Playlist” option.

Important Contacts:

Radio Midlands works on a central mailbox basis, this means if you have any comments, suggestions or other feedback please email: manage@radiomidlands.com We aim to get back to you within 1 business day of your email.


Guidelines on localness have been published by our regulator OFCOM, and are available at: Localness guidelines – Ofcom

Contact the station

To contact the station, please refer to our ‘contact us’ page and we’ll ensure that your message is dealt with by one of our team we will make every effort to reply to any emails with have substantive issues. Should you wish to speak to our programme management, please contact Jamie Wallace, Content Director. You can also contact the studio at studio@radiomidlands.com or alternatively, you can call our office during our normal business hours on 0333 090 5228. Any complaints or comments may also be lodged via the website (Click ‘contact us at the bottom of this page)