Manx Radio (Manx: Radio Vannin) is the national commercial radio station for the Isle of Man.

The station began broadcasting on 29 June 1964 on 89 FM, almost ten years before commercial radio was licensed in the United Kingdom.

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Manx Radio (1960s)


Manx Radio 1965


Manx Radio


Manx Radio 1978


MANX RADIO (1970s)






MANX RADIO (early 1990s)

Not sure when this logo was in use except that it was in the early part of the 1990s.


MANX RADIO (1990s)

Again, not sure when this logo was in use except that it was in use sometime in the 1990's.


MANX RADIO (2000s)
This logo was in use sometime in the 2000's.



50th Anniversary (2014)

Manx Radio (50th Anniversary)

Manx Radio TT 365 (2012-2013)

MANX RADIO has been providing world-class coverage of the Isle of Man TT since it launched in 1964. For many years, the station would provide blanket coverage of the TT fortnight on its AM frequency.

The station experimented with providing a new 24/7 service on AM featuring not only live coverage of the 2012 competition, but also played archive coverage to fill the schedule. This service was called Manx Radio TT 365 and commenced broadcasting on May 14th 2012. However, the service ceased broadcasting on February 26th 2013, although Manx Radio does occasionally provide AM split programming.

MANX Radio TT 365 (2012)