Phonic FM has had a rave write up on the Times online.
A feature on the national newspaper’s website charts the rise of Phonic FM from its roots as a restricted licence station during the Vibraphonic Festival to today.
Clearly written by a journalist with an appreciation of the station it pays homage to the unique aspects of Phonic FM such as the absence of playlists, no adverts and abundance of great music.
Writing on the website Christian Brook says Phonic FM is: “Providing some of the most inspiring broadcasting in the country.”
Adding: “There is nothing quite like it in the UK.”
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