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Peterborough’s Community Radio Station PCR 103.2fm will now have a stronger signal across the city thanks to a recent signal boost.

The station launched from the Herlington Centre in Orton Malborne in April 2017 and now two years on it’s received a transmitter signal boost from the media regulator, OFCOM, which will help it reach not only Peterborough, but also the surrounding towns and villages.

Station director Dave King says, “It was great to get our signal boosted as it make us sound a lot clearer in many parts of the city and beyond.

“This means more people can now enjoy the great programmes and music we play every day across Peterborough and the Fens.”

Dave believes this will give the station an even greater connection to the local community.

“The thing about PCR is that we can be really ‘local’,” says Dave. “We can talk about every single thing in Peterborough and ignore Cambridge or Kettering, because that’s where we’re broadcasting from – Peterborough. We’re going back to where local radio used to be.”

ESP’s Live Music columnist Keith Dalton is just one of the local presenters on the station including Wayne Fitzgerald, Dave King, Craig Bunday, Chris Tibbles and more. The schedule can be found at

If you would like to get involved with PCR-FM, then contact the station via email:


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