We hosted an online election of six shortlisted charities, so you can vote for who you want to be Eagle Radio's Charity of the Year.
This Friday (04/11/2016) Eagle Radio is going to do a twelve hour broadcast special ‘Freddie’s Friday.”
Eagle Radio opens nominations for the Local Hero Awards which will take place on the 27th of September.
The makers of Eagle Radio have announced that there will be a further choice for radio listeners in Surrey and Hampshire with the launch of Eagle Oldies in April...
Eagle Radio, the number one local and commercial radio station in Surrey and Hampshire, is launching its fourth annual Local Heroes Awards...
Eagle Radio, the number one commercial radio station in Surrey and Hampshire, has been honouring business success in its community.
Thousands of Easter Eggs are being delivered to less-fortunate children in Surrey and Hampshire, thanks to the generosity of Eagle Radio listeners.
Eagle Radio's 'music in the moment' station, eagle3 - a unique radio station playing new music alongside unsigned artists as mainstream - has today announced a ground breaking deal with The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM)...
Eagle Radio, Surrey and Hampshire’s number one local and commercial radio station, has helped make sure some very special youngsters got a White Christmas by teaming up with fire fighters from Red Watch at Guildford Fire Station.
One of the most anticipated things at this festive time of year is a sprinkling of the white stuff, and although Mother Nature wasn’t able to deliver it, Guildford’s Firefighters stepped in to help!
Eagle Radio, Surrey and Hampshire’s most listened to local and commercial radio station, has helped to bring a smile to the faces of thousands of children this Christmas. The Christmas Toy Appeal saw people all across our two counties donate a gift to a less fortunate child. With 60 local charities requesting help, we had a target of collecting 3,000 toys in four weeks in order to meet demand. The final number donated by our listeners stands at more than 4,000.
Eagle Radio, Surrey and Hampshire’s number one local and commercial radio station, has pressed the button at a Christmas lights switch-on with a difference. Every year we turn the lights on in towns across our area but this year we wanted to do something a bit more personal. On Friday December 5th, Drive-Time presenter Lewis Mason broadcast live from one listener’s house in Farnham and switched-on their impressive outdoor light display.
As Eagle Radio launches its annual Christmas Toy Appeal for 2014, Surrey and Hampshire’s most listened-to commercial radio station is urging everyone to make a difference this year. Now well into its third decade, the appeal sees thousands of less fortunate children given unexpected presents to open on Christmas Day.
Eagle Extra format change approved by Ofcom
The Managing Director of Eagle Radio Ltd , Paul Marcus has confirmed that approval has been received from Ofcom for a `Change of format’ request for the company`s medium wave licence, Eagle Extra. “We are pleased to learn that our request has been approved by Ofcom and look forward to announcing plans for the continuation and growth of our community programming on Eagle Extra in due course.”
Surrey 4x4 Response a charitable organisation made up of volunteer 4x4 owners and Eagle Radio 96.4 Surrey and Hampshire’s leading radio station have decided to join forces and announce their partnership in order to further assist the emergency services in Surrey in times of crisis or adverse weather conditions.
Two of Guildford’s most successful organisations have joined together in the festive spirit to help fling the town’s shopping doors open early for the season of good cheer!
Eagle Radio, Surrey and Hampshire’s most listened-to commercial radio station, made it a birthday to remember for two listeners today. Bibi and Freya were in the station with their friends to mark their 13th birthdays when they were paid a surprise visit by Danny O’Donoghue.
Eagle Radio, which broadcasts on FM, DAB and online to Surrey and North East Hampshire, is making changes to its line-up and continuing its tradition of developing new talent.
Eagle Radio’s Love Tour is doing what it does best spreading its love for Surrey and Hampshire! We will be broadcasting live every day from 12 different locations from Monday 23rd June
Eagle Radio uses local popularity to help further community progress...
Guildford's popular music festival Guilfest is back in 2014 and Eagle Radio is delighted to once again have been chosen as the official radio partner.
Eagle Radio, the commercial radio company which broadcasts to Surrey and Hampshire, has announced two new managerial appointments...
Thousands of less-fortunate children in Surrey & Hampshire are set to receive Easter Eggs thsi year as Eagle Radio's Easter Egg Appeal launches for the 17th year. Peopl across the area are being asked to donate a chocolate egg to the appeal, which will be passed on to local children...
The radio station’s popular ‘Grand Weekends’ promotion has already netted four listeners £1,000 each; with more chances to grab cash in the weeks to come.
Eagle Radio’s Local Heroes Awards are back for a third year, recognising Surrey and Hampshire’s community champions. You can now nominate the people who have made a real difference in your community. There are ten categories* including the ‘Young Person Award’, the ‘Music & Arts Award’ and a ‘Special Award'...
Eagle Radio has launched its annual Christmas Toy Appeal for 2013, and what a difference just one toy can make.
Running for over two decades, the appeal sees people across Surrey and Hampshire donate a brand new gift which is passed on to a less fortunate child to open on Christmas Day.
Eagle Radio to launch new multi-platform radio station for young radio listeners and musicians in the South
Local broadcasting pioneers to launch new multi-platform radio station for young radio listeners and musicians in the South
Three lucky listeners to Surrey & Hampshire's Eagle Radio picked up big cash prizes during a month-long game of Hide and Seek around the radio station's broadcast area...
Sharleen Spiteri and her Texas bandmates, who have enjoyed another resurgence this year, were on hand to assist Eagle's Local Heroes evening at Guildford's new venue, G-Live.
Hundreds attended the event, including the award winners themselves, their friends and families, as well as listeners from the radio station's VIP club.
On Wednesday 16th October G Live and Eagle Radio will host Local Showcase Live, a night of music from the best local bands as featured on Eagle Radio. With G Live and Eagle Radio joining together this gig is a bit different and it is completely free to enter.
A new radio show, hosted by young people and focussing on local arts and culture, is being launched in Surrey and Hampshire. The Eagle Extra Arts Show will be put together using contributions from people up to the age of 25 and as young as five...
The birth of the royal baby has brought together over 80 local schools with the creation of a very special quilt....
Eagle Radio, which has more listeners than any other commercial station heard in Guildford, is making a bid to be the official partner for future potential music summer events in the town's Stoke Park...
You will have read many stories in the press recently where people have been arrested or questioned over something they’ve posted online or on social media. With access to new technology, young people face more risk of civil law suits or even criminal prosecution as a result of comments or content they publish online...
Eagle Radio's Love Tour is back again this summer. As the radio station that loves Surrey and Hampshire, presenters will be visiting and broadcasting shows from several towns in its coverage area – including Guildford, Woking, Camberley and Haslemere. The annual event – which lasts for two weeks (149 hours of outside broadcast!) is an exciting opportunity for the listeners to meet the radio station team and see real local radio in action!
Six lucky listeners are jetting off on holiday after winning on Eagle Radio's May Getaway. Throughout May, we gave listeners the chance to win luxurious holidays in the UK and abroad. Several beautiful locations were offered, including Valencia, Jersey, Egypt, Saint Lucia and Antigua.
Eagle Extra, the sister station of Eagle Radio, has reason to celebrate following the latest listener figures. After a rebrand from ‘County Sound Radio’, Eagle Extra has stormed ahead with a huge increase in listenership...
There is still time to submit a nomination for Eagle Radio’s annual Local Heroes awards. Local Heroes was created to celebrate the many hard-working and selfless individuals across Surrey and Hampshire.
Young people across Surrey and Hampshire will be invited to take part in an on-air competition to become a cast member of J. M. Barry’s ‘Peter Pan’ for a live recording at Guildford’s G Live in June.
Eagle Radio is embarking on a project to bring together all the primary and prep school children of Surrey and Hampshire in celebrating the birth of the new Royal baby. Guildford based station Eagle Radio has announced plans to create a patchwork quilt to deliver to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in July.
With the past month of donations, Eagle Radio Trust has provided £5,700 to charities and community projects throughout Surrey and Hampshire. The grand total of grants provided by Eagle Radio Trust has risen to over £52,000, since being established in 2007.
Eagle Radio has been covering and breaking news across Surrey and Hampshire for over 15 years. Through our education courses we share the experience and expertise of our journalists to help local businesses, charities and schools to ‘Use the Media’ effectively.
Eagle Extra celebrates its 1st birthday today (Tuesday 2nd April) by supporting World Autism Awareness day, broadcasting content and features recorded and produced locally by children and young people on the Autistic Spectrum across Surrey & Hampshire.
Eagle Radio is on the hunt for two thousand Easter eggs as part of their annual Easter Egg Appeal...
Eagle Radio has given away a total of £8,000 to listeners across Surrey and Hampshire as part of its ‘Grand Weekends’ competition.
The date for the second annual Eagle Radio Local Heroes celebration is set for the 12th September.
The Eagle Radio Trust is encouraging local community groups to submit an application ahead of the registered charity’s next round of grant reviews due to take place in April 2013.
The Chief Executive of The Sunday Times Best mid-sized Company to work for, William Rogers has spoken exclusively to `Biz’ about the values-based strategy which has brought success to the radio group.
Eagle Radio are celebrating after latest figures showed that the station`s official website has received over one million visits in the past twelve months. The station has also seen a significant rise in page visits during the same period, whilst the average duration per visit is now a staggering thirty-three minutes.
One of the UK`s busiest speakers will be sharing his secrets in a special one-day boot camp be hosted at the Eagle Radio studios in Guildford this January. Richard McCann`s extraordinary story of having to overcome adversity started when at just 5 years old his mother became the first victim of the notorious Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe...(Read More)
The launch of a specialist business radio show and a brand new lifestyle-business club for people working in Surrey & Hampshire are amongst Eagle Radio`s ambitious plans for the year ahead. The Guildford-based radio station will also host a series of exciting new business networking events and unconventional training courses...(Read More)
Teenagers from across Surrey and Hampshire who came together to create a unique radio version of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, say it has helped boost their confidence and skills...(Read More)