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Capital London

London's No.1 Hit Music Station

Capital London is a regional radio station in the United Kingdom that is part of the Capital radio network. This station is owned and operated by Global Radio and it claim's itself "London's No.1 Hit Music Station". Radio Capital, that later became Capital Radio, was formed in early 1970 by David Maule-ffinch. It was awarded by the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) the "London General Entertainment" service and the station was aired for the first time on 16 October 1973. This station started its regular transmissions with the British national anthem "God Save the Queen", that was followed by a message from director Richard Attenborough and the jingle of the station. Capital London can be listened at the 95.8 frequency and features a Top 40 music format.

Programs and Announcers

Will Manning, Aimee Vivian, Capital Breakfast - With Roman Kemp, The Bassman, The Capital Late Show - With Marvin Humes, Sarah Story, JJ, Will Cozens, The Capital Weekender - With Ministry of Sound, Ant Payne, Rob Howard, Niall Gray, The Official Vodafone Big Top 40 - With Marvin Humes, Jimmy Hill, The Capital Weekender - With JJ

Frequencies FM

  • London : 95.8 FM



Address: 30 Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7LA

Telephone: 020 7054 8000