The Voice Public File

The Voice has obligations with regard to its programmes, including its music and local content. These obligations are set out in the station Key Commitments which forms part of this station's Public File. The Public File is also available in hard copy by post upon request by any member of the public, and serves as one indicator of each station's output. Comment on the contents of the Public File should be made to The Voice or to the industry regulator, Ofcom.

The information and links below comprise the Public File for The Voice. As a community radio station, The Voice is not required to maintain a public file, but has decided to do so for the sake of transparency to its community. More information about the Public File obligation can be found at www.ofcom.org.uk

Key Commitments: Key Commitments are regulatory documents issued to Ofcom licence holders, they outline what is required of each radio station's programming. The Key Commitments for The Voice is available on the Ofcom website, and can be viewed by clicking here

Contact Details:

Address:

The Voice Studios, Belle Meadow Court, Albert Lane, Barnstaple, EX32 8RJ.

Registered Office:

The Old Post Office 22 Pilton Street Pilton, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1PJ

Registered in England & Wales: 07374719

Telephone: Main Switchboard:

01271 410106             

Studio/competition Line:

01271 323010               

Managing Director

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Programme Director

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Sales - Commercial Manager

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Operational Information :

Transmission: The Voice broadcasts on 106.1 from Petroc College in Barnstaple and on 107.8 Ilfracombe Holiday Park in Ilfracombe and Holmacott Farm in Holmacott. The Voice is also available on DAB, Digital Radio. 

For coverage map please click here

Automation: The Voice automates some of its programming. On average this amounts to around one hour of daytime output.

Local production: All programming on The Voice is produced and presented locally from our studios in Barnstaple with the exception of The Vinyl Countdown and The Exmoor Radio Show, which are pre-recorded shows that are broadcast on other radio stations around the UK. You can read more about Ofcom's localness guidelines here.

Local Information and Support:

Regular traffic news and weather reports are on air throughout daytime hours. We also provide our What's On Guide as additional services to our listeners.

News Contact Information:

The Voice does not have a dedicated news team. We include local news stories as editorial articles within our regular daytime programmes.

See our latest stories.

During live hours, we carry national and international news on the hour from Sky News and during automated hours, we carry national and international news on the hour from Radio News Hub. Some evening hours do not carry a regular news bulletin.

Ofcom:

Ofcom, the Office of Communications are the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communication industry with responsibilities across television, radio, telecommunications and wireless communications services.

For more info on Ofcom click here. For more information on Ofcom's Localness Guidelines click here.

If you have a complaint about something you have heard on The Voice in the first instance you should contact our Programme Director, Paul Hopper Tel: 01271 410106 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

You may also pass on any complaint to our Managing Director, Paul Crockett - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To complain to Ofcom visit the Complaints Area on the Ofcom website.

Music:

The Voice plays a melodic adult contemporary style of music which allows us to play a big variety of songs. There are categories that represent music from the 70's, 80's, 90's and the 2000 decades, as well as recurrent songs and the latest ‘playlisted' music which highlights the most popular music of today.


An example of a workday hour is as follows:

Phil Collins - You Can't Hurry Love
Dean Lewis - Be Alright
Hot Chocolate - So You Win Again
Gwen Stefani & Akon - Sweet Escape
Tom Grennan - Found What I've Been Looking For
Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - Shallow
Ed Sheeran - Lego House
A1 - Take On Me
Charli XCX & Troye Sivan - 1999
Catatonia - Mulder & Scully
Rebecca Ferguson - Nothing's Real But Love

You can view the current on-air schedule here.

Recently Played

Summer (The First Time)
Bobby Goldsboro
You Ruin Me
Veronicas
Home Again
Michael Kiwanuka
Take it on the run
R.E.O Speedwagon
Wherever You Will Go
Calling
What A Wonderful World
Louis Armstrong

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