AOR added to the music system today

Today at KLR we’ve added AOR to our categories of music.   AOR stands for Adult Oriented Rock, and according to Wikipedia, AOR is:  “Soft rock, also known as light rock and adult-oriented rock, is a derivative form of pop-rock that originated in the late 1960s in the U.S. region of Southern California and in the United Kingdom. The style … Read more

Programmes Update

New Features On The Way! At KLR we’re busy getting ready for some new features on-air. We’ve been busy organising our music collection in preparation for some great new features to keep you entertained. We’re trialling these starting Bank Holiday Monday (UK Holiday). TWIN SPIN/MEMORY MIX  Bank Holiday Monday, every hour from 10 am to … Read more

KLR/FSN news schedule change

KLR/FSN news schedule change. We have created a new schedule for news at weekends. This is because FSN only do a ‘week in review’ at weekends, and KLR considers that this becomes too repetitive when played every hour. We’ve taken an editorial decision to have the ‘Week in Review’ feature play at 6 am, 12 … Read more

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