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Two Lochs Radio
is live online!
You can listen in to
Two Lochs Radio on the Internet. All you need to do is come here to our home
page, and click on Listen Live to get your very own live feed of
Two Lochs Radio direct to your computer, wherever you are. We also have the quick listen player right here on the page - just click the round red and white play button above.
Online listening is great if you live in a reception blackspot
or are travelling away from home and want to stay in touch with everything that's
happening in the local area.
You can also listen to us on any of the
great dedicated 'wi-fi radios' on sale now, which let you use your broadband
wireless router to listen to radio stations worldwide anywhere in your house
without even turning on your computer.
Are you buying gifts, insurance, subscriptions?
If so, you can support Two Lochs Radio without it costing you a penny!
You can save time and money by visiting your favourite online retailers and services via our Easy Fundraising portal. We get a small commission (or a big one in some cases), and you get the same great online prices as if you had visited them directly. But to support us you must sign up with Easy Fundraising and go to the retailers via our portal.
You can shop with many of the most popular online suppliers,
and support our non-profit community radio station at the same time.
Now we are Five for only £10
BUY THE FABULOUS COIG! CD
STORY 106 — now the book!
Way back in 2011 a competition was devised, based on the number
106: entrants had to write a short story containing exactly
106 words. We were overwhelmed by the response, receiving over 200 entries.
Prizes were awarded to the three stories judged to be best in each
Adult, 12-17 years, 11 years & under.
The competition was such a success, we decided to celebrate by printing a collection of 106 of the stories. The book is now in print and available to buy.
This beautifully presented little volume is on sale locally at Cornerstone, The Shop at the Pier, Hillbillies Bookstore, Gairloch Post Office, Loch Ewe Visitor Information Centre, Poolewe Stores and several other outlets.
The entertaining and sometimes thought-provoking stories, with excellent illustrations by local artists, come at a bargain price of just £3.80. Any profit from the book sales will be used to fund future competitions.
CD STILL AVAILABLE
The great new Tapadh Leibh CD featuring
a wide range of local performers, songs
and tunes is now available from the Loch
Ewe Area Group. It's packed full with over
70 minutes of great music from Wester
Ross and costs just £12. The proceeds
from sale are being split between the
Highland Hospice and Two Lochs Radio,
so as well as getting great music, you'll
be supporting two good causes. The CD
is available now in many local shops in
Two Lochs area, or you can email
tapadhleibh@2LR.co.uk for more details.
Support your community radio
Two Lochs Radio is a not-for-profit community operation. You can best show your support for us by becoming a member. It doesn't oblige you to do anything or make any further payments, but is a valuable demonstration of your support for our work.
If you'd like to print your own form to fill in and send it in with payment, or with a Standing Order (which offers a discount rate), then download the forms here:
MEMBERSHIP FORM (PDF only)
STANDING ORDER FORM (DOC|PDF)
Another key source of support for us is donations from members of the community and other well-wishers.
You can also support Two Lochs Radio while saving yourself money by using our online referral shop at buy.at/twolochsradio
THE PEOPLE'S POSTCODE LOTTERY STREET PRIZE TEAM VISITS
Congratulations to the lucky Aultbea residents who recently shared the Postcode Lottery street prize. When the team arrived to make the surprise awards they also dropped in on TLR!
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Two Lochs Radio
Tel: 01445 712106
Fax: 01445 712857
What's on 2LR
Two Lochs Radio's programme schedule
includes daily breakfast and afternoon shows, plus a range of individual music
and local interest programmes, including Gaelic broadcasts and recordings from
local events. For almost 40 hours per week the station broadcasts programmes
produced by volunteers, with the remaining
airtime occupied by a mix of other services including Magic FM and Smooth Radio
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