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Join the Scary Little Girls for an hour of music and spoken word around a chosen person. To be broadcast on Thursday 11th January at 4pm and on Saturday 13th January at 7pm.
In a spectacular countdown to the stroke of midnight, Janice Rose and Mark Davison, the dynamic duo of SourceFM, ushered in the new year with an unforgettable 5-hour radio marathon.
SourceFM are proud to announce that highlights from the Carols For Christmas concert are being played on BBC Radio Cornwall
SourceFm is delighted that Media Regulator OFCOM has awarded a 5 year licence extension which authorises us to broadcast on FM until 27th February 2029.
The Grand Switch-on event for the Falmouth Christmas Tree Festival featured a tree decorated by the SourceFM team!
Following the success of the initial Jazz Train Live event held in March 2023 a second live concert took place in November with a different selection of guests from the extensive pool of local jazz musicians.
SourceFM are back once again, with our third annual Carols for Christmas at Princess Pavilion, find out how to purchase tickets for this event.
SourceFM are proud to announce that we collected 2 Gold and 1 Bronze award at this years Community Radio Awards.
Come and join us tonight at 8 pm (30th October) and on Sunday 5th November for 2 hours focused on just one great man.
Source FM presenter Chloé Eathorne, host of The Wildflower Hour recently spoke with bee advocate, wildlife gardener and naturalist Brigit Strawbridge Howard in Falmouth's Victorian Cemetery.
Regular listeners to SourceFM will know that we are very keen on supporting local musicians, and especially young emerging musicians. This is done in many mays, most notably the Carols For Christmas concert we do every year. Inside Local Music recently had the opportunity to work with Qube Records to record the work of young musician Angelina Foey for broadcast.
Show 3 has been edited and is ready for transmission on CAI in Cape Cod and Source FM in Falmouth. It will be broadcast on SourceFM at 4pm next Wednesday 20th September. Show 1 is schedule for 4pm today (13th September). Show 2 will be scheduled over the weekend - watch this space.
Congratulations to Steve Junker and his team at CAI in Cape Cod, MA on winning three prestigious National Edward R Murrow Awards awards including “Excellence in Innovation” for our collaboration with them ‘Falmouth to Falmouth’.
Parklive is on Sunday. Do come and join us in Kimberley Park, Falmouth from 11am.
SourceFM - Reporting from the Falmouth Tall Ships Race
We will be at County Wharf on Falmouth Docks and broad casting live between 1pm and 6pm on Tuesday 15th, Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th. Pop by and say hello, we may play you a tune.