From LGBT Archive
He was listed number 29 in the Pink List 2013. The citation said:
- "The fast-growing FM/DAB station for LGBT Communities - first established in Manchester and now also broadcasting in the South East and North West - launched in 2010 after a series of demonstration runs at Manchester Pride events. It took over from Gaydar Radio in 2013, becoming Britain’s main LGBT station."
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