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Stoke-on-Trent Community Radio

Welcome to 6 Towns Radio

Community Radio for Stoke-on -Trent and the surrounding area 

Bringing you the best shows and music, with the latest local community news, citywide information, sports coverage, events and neighbourhood knowledge.

6 Towns Radio is funded by sponsors, advertisements and public donations.  

All the great people working at 6 Towns Radio are volunteers and happily donate their time to ensure 6 Towns Radio continues to produce excellent quality shows.

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Listen again to our interviews with Kellie Maloney and Gino D'Acampo.http://youtu.be/amaHdX3ze3Qhttp://youtu.be/cTBs7yYiC40
26/07/15 | News
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Have you heard our new 80s show, A Kick Up The Eighties? Terry Bossons plays a selection of pure 80's classics, selected by the listeners and a few famous faces, and they're not your run of the mill, Reflex Bar 80's songs, but the ones that will transport you back in time to the era of the Sinclair C5. Every Wednesday 9-10pm on 6 Towns Radio.
25/07/15 | News
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We are now just two weeks away from the opening weekend of the Premier League season and clubs are making their final adjustments ahead of the big kick off. Stoke defeated Wrexham 6-0 in midweek and that win will have boosted their hopes, but it seems boss Mark Hughes still has some shopping to do. Here are the people Stoke have been linked with this week. Adam Traore 
25/07/15 | News
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Pixies - Here Comes Your ManR.E.M - Radio SongThe Pumpkin Fairies - JesusDropkick Murphys  - I'm Shipping Up To BostonTurnover - HummingNirvana - Serve The ServantsThe Dreaming Spires - Dusty In MemphisJeff Buckley - Lilac WineJohn Moreland - I Need You To Tell Me Who I Am*Jason Isbell - Children of ChildrenFleetwood Mac - Go Your Own WayFreddie Scott - You Got What I NeedNorah Jones - Don't Know WhyCamper Van Beethoven - Take The Skinheads Bowling
22/07/15 | News
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Article by Dan Maddox
22/07/15 | News
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Determined not to miss the Hoard Festival at the New Vic Theatre in Newcastle under Lyme, I decided to see five performances in a day, plus observe the various table plays and related events all in the space of 8 hours!  It was a mammoth task but one well worth experiencing.  I was totally bowled over by the creativity and quality of this immensely special and innovative festival.  I am just so glad that I had the chance to immerse myself in a ‘treasure trove’ of Staffordshire’s ancient and modern story
20/07/15 | News
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Have you heard our new 80s show, A Kick Up The Eighties? Terry Bossons plays a selection of pure 80's classics, selected by the listeners and a few famous faces, and they're not your run of the mill, Reflex Bar 80's songs, but the ones that will transport you back in time to the era of the Sinclair C5. Every Wednesday 9-10pm on 6 Towns Radio.
18/07/15 | News
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Battleground is merely days away and we are set to see one of the biggest World Heavyweight Championship matches in WWE history as Brock Lesnar cashes in his rematch clause for the championship he was never pinned for. There is also the third collision of John Cena and Kevin Owens but this time the United States Championship is on the line, who will walk out of St Louis as champion?
17/07/15 | News
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After seeing the very sad news that The Place Night Club one of Stoke-on-Trent’s most iconic nightclubs is set to be demolished it made us all think.  Its time to wake up the spirit of the place night club.For all of you that used to be regular clubber and dance to the sounds of 70's 90's Soul & Funk, and Electro/Hip-hop.  We thought it would be great to bring together a host of original Dj's for a very special one of unique reunion party,
16/07/15 | News
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ROBBIE WILLIAMS BRINGS DOWN 
15/07/15 | News
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Stoke Speedway - Stoke now off the bottom of the National League

STOKE Easy Rider Potters moved off the foot of the table with a comfortable 56-36 victory over the Kent Kings in the City Gearboxes National League at Loomer Road on Saturday night completing their first league double of the season.

 

Three Potters riders hit double figures with only Ben Morley and to a lesser extent Danny Ayres and James Shanes putting up any real resistance against a Potters side that was firing on all cylinders.

 

Reserves Paul Burnett and Shaun Tedham gained maximum points in heat two with Tedham and Danny Phillips combining in heat three with the Potters second 5-1 on the bounce over Jamie Couzins after Ryan Terry-Daley had been disqualified for touching the tapes and Kent’s Ayres had been disqualified for bringing down Phillips at the first attempt of the race. Stoke continued to pile on the pressure as skipper Jon Armstrong and Chris Widman added the Potters third 5-1 in six races as they defeated James Shanes and this was followed up with a further 5-1 in heat seven from Lee Payne and Burnett over Couzins after Danny Ayres had been disqualified for falling to give the Potters a 29-13 lead at the midway point of the meeting.

 

The Kings stemmed the tied with a couple of race winner in the next few races as Ayres and Shanes took the chequered flag before Stoke extended their lead further with Armstrong taking the flag ahead of Ayres with Widman third for a Potters 4-2.

 

Kent nominated skipper Ben Morley as a tactical ride in heat eleven, Payne then touched the tapes at the start resulting in him going off 15 metres. Morley was comfortably leading when Payne got into trouble and fell after passing Ben Basford resulting in the race being stopped. Payne was disqualified and since Basford had retired from the race the heat was awarded with Morley taking the 6 points with Burnett second for the Potters 2 points.

 

Stoke finished the meeting with three successive 4-2 heat advantages with Payne taking victory over Morley in two of the final three races for a solid Potters display.

 

Potters team manager Malcolm Vasey said “It was a comfortable win tonight, but it was a meeting we also had to win tonight. Kent had to make a couple of changes which obviously didn’t help them and it was our job to get a victory here. We’ve moved off the bottom this evening and that does give us all a feel good factor around the place and I’m really pleased about that and we will now be going for it for the remainder of the season. There are times this year when we’ve been desperately unlucky and we’ve said that all along, we’ve proved over the last few weeks what we are capable of, even the draw against Eastbourne last week was a good result so let’s go for it.”

 

STOKE 56: Lee Payne 12, Paul Burnett 10+1, Jon Armstrong 10, Shaun Tedham 7+3, Danny Phillips 7+1, Chris Widman 6+2, Ryan Terry-Daley 4+2.


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