Channel 103

Number One for Jersey
British radio stations

Listen to Channel 103

You can hear Channel 103 on FM, Radioplayer UK and online

Facts and stats

One of the UK's most successful radio stations in terms of market share, Channel 103 started broadcasting in 1992 in competition with BBC Radio Jersey. It's a radio station with a wide mix of music, aimed at a 25-44 audience; the station also carries local news bulletins.

Editorial areaJersey
Most playedSam Smith & Demi Lovato, Little Mix, Nathan Dawe feat. JaykaeRadiomonitor
Launched25 October 1992
OwnerTindle Radio
National salesFirst Radio Sales
Members ofRadiocentre

Contact Channel 103

Postal address6 Tunnell Street
St Helier
+44 1534 888103
+44 1534 887103
Official website

Social media

Twitter@Channel103 (13,663 followers) compare
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Instagramchannel103fm (3,745 followers) compare

Latest news stories

Channel 103 gets listeners back on the road
RadioToday - published 22 August 2019, 10.20am edt
Podcast: Heart Breakfast changes and special guest James Keen
RadioToday - published 4 May 2019, 12.17pm edt
Watch Idris Elba in Guerrilla on 1Magic tonight
Radiobiz - published 31 January 2018, 8.21am est
The River comes to 1Magic
Radiobiz - published 12 December 2017, 9.35am est

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Alex Watson‏ Operations Manager
Darcy Kelly Presenter
Gary Burgess Presenter
Giulia Heath News Editor
Harry Booth Journalist
James Keen Station Director
Lee Cornick Presenter
Liam Cash Presenter
Lorna Byrne Commercial Manager
Melissa Goguelin Presenter
Peter Mac Presenter
Rob Gallichan Presenter
Sarah Moorhouse Presenter
Spencer Davies Programme Manager
Tony Dibbin Presenter

Other information

Channel 103 logo archive

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