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Nottingham

1975-1984

Trent, Radio 1976

1984-1986

Trent, Radio 1984

1986-1987

Trent, Radio 1986

1987-1988

RADIO TRENT - Nottinghamshire (1987)

Derby

Radio Trent Derby launched to Derby on March 3rd 1987. It was largely an opt-out service.

1987-1988

Radio Trent - Derbyshire (1987)

GEM

The AM frequencies of Radio Trent in both Nottingham & Derby were relaunched as GEM-AM on October 3rd 1988. The Leicester Sound AM frequency also took this service until 1994 when that frequency became a full-time Asian service.

GEM stood for "Great East Midlands" not "Gold East Midlands" which is what many people thought it stood for.

1988-1994?

GEM AM (Original)

1994?-1997

GWR bought the service in 1994 but all that changed at this point was a slightly revamped logo.

GEM AM (1994)
GEM AM (1994)

CLASSIC GOLD GEM

The inevitable networking under GWR started to creep into the schedule resulting in the Classic Gold tag.

1997-2001

CLASSIC GOLD GEM

2001-2007

CLASSIC GOLD GEM (2001)
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GOLD

2007-Present

GOLD (2007)


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